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Markers of hepatitis B virus infection in schoolchildren in the Kimberley, Western Australia

  • Authors: Gill, JS, Bucens, M, Hatton, M, Carey, M, Quadros, CF
  • Published: 1990

In 1986 the Aboriginal community in Western Australia was identified as a high-risk group for hepatitis B virus infection. An immunization programme was commenced in 1988 but concerns were expressed…

Plants for Medicines - A Chemical and Pharmacological Survey of Plants in the Australian Region

  • Authors: Collins, D., Culvenor, C., Lamberton, J., Loder, J., Price, J.
  • Publisher: CSIRO Australia
  • Published: 1990

Plants for Medicines - A Chemical and Pharmacological Survey of Plants in the Australian Region

The importance of past population for prehistory

  • Author: J.M. Beaton
  • Publisher: Oceania Publications
  • Published: 1990

The importance of past population for prehistory

Mobility for survival: a process analysis of Aboriginal population movement in Central Australia

  • Authors: Young, E., Doohan, K.
  • Publisher: ANU North Australia Research Unit
  • Published: 1989

This study arose from requests for assistance from Aboriginal groups based in Alice Springs, in particular, the Pitjanjatjara Council and the Arrente people. These and other groups were concerned with…

Convention 169 Concerning Indigenous and Tribal Peoples in Independent Countries

  • Author: International Labour Organization
  • Published: 1989

The General Conference of the International Labour Organisation, Having been convened at Geneva by the Governing Body of the International Labour Office, and having met in its 76th Session on…

Rheumatic heart disease in Aboriginal children in the Northern Territory

  • Authors: MacDonald, Kerrie T., Walker, Alan C.
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd
  • Published: 1989

Data on 33 Aboriginal children with rheumatic heart disease who attended the Royal Darwin Hospital over a four-year period were examined. Mitral-valve incompetence was the most-common valvular lesion that occurred…

Social justice in the corporatist welfare state: an essay review on Aboriginal deaths in custody and our homeless children

  • Author: Havemann, P.
  • Published: 1989

This special issue explores various dimensions of social justice from a global perspective and the national specificity of Australia. It particularly focuses on the issues of race and racism, woman…

Land of Promises: Aborigines and Development in the East Kimberley

  • Authors: Coombs, H. C., McCann, H., Ross, H., Williams, N. M.
  • Publisher: Australian National University, Centre for Resource and Environment Studies
  • Published: 1989

Report of the East Kimberley Impact Assessment Project conducted between 1985 and 1988 in response to requests from local Aboriginal communities for assistance in dealing with economic and social change…

Jalinardi Ways: Whitefellas Working in Aboriginal Communities

  • Author: Crawford, Fran
  • Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Studies and School of Social Work, Curtin University
  • Published: 1989

An introductory guide to Aboriginal communities; general features and diversity of settlements; outstations and homelands movement; outline of general Western Australian policies toward Aborigines since 1829; provision of services.

Aridity, drought and dust storms in Australia (1960–84)

  • Authors: McTainsh, G. H., Burgess, R., Pitblado, J. R.
  • Published: 1989

Broad-scale climatic factors, such as rainfall, have a major control upon Australian dust storms. There is a non-linear relationship of increasing dust storms with aridity, peaking at 200 mm and…

The UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and the Right to Adequate Housing: Towards an Appropriate Approach

  • Author: Leckie, S.
  • Published: 1989

The human right to adequate housing has legal foundations throughout the body of international human rights law. It has been codified in many diverse instruments ...

Resource development and Aborigines: the case of Roebourne 1960-1980

  • Author: Howitt, R.
  • Published: 1989

The pervasive and dynamic influence of economic restructuring on political and social relations is highlighted in many aspects of Australian daily life. The effect of economic restructuring on already marginalised…

Challenging technological determinism: Aborigines, Aussat and remote Australia

  • Author: Spurgeon, Christina
  • Publisher: Macmillan Education UK
  • Published: 1989

To trace the development and application of communication technologies is to follow the well worn paths of imperial European powers in their military and economic conquests of previous centuries. Relationships…

Contemporary Aboriginal women and subsistence in remote, arid Australia

  • Author: Devitt, J.
  • Publisher: University of Queensland
  • Published: 1989

This thesis is an account of the role of contemporary Aboriginal women in subsistence. It refers to women living on remote outstations in the Sandover River region of arid, Central…

Aborigines, tourism and development: The Northern Territory Experience

  • Author: Altman, J.C.
  • Publisher: Northern Australian Research Unit, Australian National University
  • Published: 1988

This monograph has been written with two main objectives in mind. The first is to present empirical data about the economic impact of tourism on Aboriginal communities in the Northern…

Growth of Aboriginal infants in the first year of life in remote communities in north-west Australia

  • Authors: Gracey, Michael, Sullivan, Helen
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Published: 1988

Growth in the first year of life was studied prospectively, at monthly intervals, in 49 Aboriginal babies born into 6 remote communities in the tropical north-west of Australia. Birthweights, on…

Broadcasting for Remote Aboriginal Communities Scheme

  • Author: Venner, Mary
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Published: 1988

This article describes the background to the development of the BRACS proposal, the ideas on which it is based and the process by which the policy emerged from the technical,…

The CDEP scheme: Bureaucratic politics, remote community politics and the development of an aboriginal ‘workfare’ program in times of rising unemployment

  • Author: Sanders, Will
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Published: 1988

This paper analyses the development of an Aboriginal ?workfore? program which operates in remote communities, the Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) scheme, from its conception back in the mid 1970s…

Authenticity and commoditization in tourism

  • Author: Cohen, E.
  • Published: 1988

Three basic assumptions, common in the literature on tourism, regarding “commoditization”, “staged authenticity”, and the inability of tourists to have authentic experiences are re-examined. Authenticity is conceived as a negotiable…

Detecting and monitoring impacts of ecological importance in remote arid lands: a case study in the southern Simpson Desert of South Australia

  • Authors: Graetz, R. D., Pech, R. P.
  • Published: 1987

The methods of assessment and monitoring of human impacts in remote arid lands are examined by taking as a case study contemporary oil exploration in the southern Simpson Desert of…

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