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Rethinking Aboriginal ‘Resistance’: The Community Development Employment (CEPD) Program

  • Author: Tim Rowse
  • Published: 1993

In this paper I wish to contribute to an understanding of ‘Aboriginal resistance’ by a study of the politics of remote Aborigines' ‘employment’. I begin by highlighting some themes in…

Convention on Biological Diversity

  • Author: UN-Convention on Biological Diversity
  • Publisher: United Nations
  • Published: 1992

PREAMBLE The Contracting Parties, Conscious of the intrinsic value of biological diversity and of the ecological, genetic, social, economic, scientific, educational, cultural, recreational and aesthetic values of biological diversity and…

Aborigines, tourism and sustainable development

  • Authors: Altman, J.C., Finlayson, J.
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, The Australian National University
  • Published: 1992

An issues paper on 'Aborigines and Tourism' was commissioned by the Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD) Tourism Working Group on 3 June 1991. It followed a verbal presentation on Aboriginal issues…

Geographic location and Aboriginal economic status: a census-based analysis of outstations in the Northern Territory

  • Author: John Taylor
  • Published: 1992

The demographic and economic characteristics of Aboriginal people in Australia's remotest locations are examined from 1986 Census data. There are three objectives: first to argue the case for examining Aboriginal…

Remote Possibilities: the Aboriginal Domain and the Administrative Imagination

  • Author: Rowse, T
  • Publisher: Australian National Universty North Australia Research Unit
  • Published: 1992

Aboriginal self-determination is a praiseworthy objective of government policy, but do we know how to implement this? Remote possibilities discusses this question by bringing together two traditions of work relevant…

Food and nutrition policy issues in remote aboriginal communities: lessons from Arnhem Land

  • Author: McMillan, S.J.
  • Published: 1991

There is a high incidence of nutrition-related diseases amongst Aborigines living in remote areas. An outline of the corporate food and nutrition policy of the Arnhemland Progress Association is given…

Stand and deliver: Technology and teacher education in remote communities

  • Authors: Judyth Sachs, Lloyd Logan
  • Publisher: Australian Association for Research in Education
  • Published: 1991

There has been a proliferation in the use of technology in people's lives, both for professional and leisure purposes. However, educational institutions have made limited use of technology for delivering…

The housing need of indigenous Australians, 1991

  • Author: Jones, R.
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australia National University
  • Published: 1991

This monograph presents a rigorous quantitative assessment, against normative criteria, of the housing requirements of Indigenous people, and in doing so makes an important contribution to knowledge about the interrelationship…

Sharing the park: Anangu initiatives in Ayers Rock Tourism: a tourism impact study

  • Authors: Central Land Council, Pitjantjatjara Council, Mutitjulu Community
  • Publisher: Institute of Aboriginal Development
  • Published: 1991

Anangu perceptions of tourism in Uluru (Ayers Rock - Mount Olga) National Park; demographic, social and economic survey of the Mutitjulu community, 1985-1986; historical background - Anangu contact assimilation policy,…

Sustainable tourism in remote Australia: strategies for physical planning and infrastructure

  • Author: Bull, Catherin Jane
  • Publisher: Harvard University
  • Published: 1991

Sustainable tourism in remote Australia: strategies for physical planning and infrastructure

Home range of the red kangaroo Macropus rufus

  • Author: Croft, David B.
  • Published: 1991

The home range of red kangaroos, Macropus rufus, and euros, M. robustus erubescens, was studied by radio-tracking in contiguous sites in semi-arid northwestern New South Wales, Australia. This paper reports…

Spatial mobility of working age Aborigines in settled and remote Australia: A preliminary analysis

  • Author: Taylor, J.
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University
  • Published: 1991

Despite the potential for government employment policies to influence the rate and incidence of migration among the Aboriginal workforce, little is known about the extent to which such policy impacts…

Regional Well-Being in Australia Revisited

  • Authors: Sorensen, A. D., Weinand, H.
  • Published: 1991

There have been many studies of regional well-being in Australia, but few match the range of variables and spatial detail employed in this paper. Twenty two socio-economic variables were drawn…

Humpy, House and Tin Shed: Aboriginal Settlement History on the Darling River

  • Author: Memmott, P.
  • Publisher: Ian Buchan Fell Research Centre, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney
  • Published: 1991

This multidisciplinary longitudinal case study of Aboriginal housing and settlement in western New South Wales was carried out during 1986-1989. Anthropological and historical research has been used to study the…

The economic impact of tourism at Uluru National Park on other Aboriginal communities in Central Australia

  • Author: Altman, J.C.
  • Publisher: Institute for Aboriginal Development
  • Published: 1991

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The intercultural and socio-historical context of Aboriginal personal violence in remote Australia

  • Author: M. Hunter
  • Published: 1991

The intercultural and socio-historical context of Aboriginal personal violence in remote Australia

The Dynamics of Decline: Implications for Social Welfare in Rural Australia

  • Authors: Lawrence, G., Williams, C.
  • Publisher: Centre for Rural Welfare Research, Charles Sturt University
  • Published: 1990

The Dynamics of Decline: Implications for Social Welfare in Rural Australia

A framework for the ecology of arid Australia

  • Authors: Smith, D. M. Stafford, Morton, S. R.
  • Published: 1990

There have been few attempts to describe the key ecological relationships which may be controlling the biotic structure of the Australian arid zone. We develop a series of ‘propositions’ which…

Aboriginal children and their families: history and trends in Western Australia

  • Author: Ruth, E
  • Published: 1990

Overviews government policies of intervention in the lives of Aboriginal families in the south-west of Western Australia; definitions of Aboriginality affected levels of service provided to Aboriginal people; part-Aboriginal children…

The demographic basis of human evolution in southeastern Australia

  • Author: Colin Pardoe
  • Publisher: Oceania Publications
  • Published: 1990

Separation in population size and density, social structure, morbidity, mortality and gene flow in Aboriginal people along the Murray River from those of the hinterland; process of exclusivity in social…

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