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"It's just teasing": Responding to conflict in remote Australian schools

  • Authors: Guenther, J, Disbray, S, Osborne, S
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Published: 2017

Schools classified as very remote – and where either Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students make up most of the school population – face several challenges. These challenges are described…

‘Red Dirt’ schools and pathways into higher education

  • Authors: Guenther, J, Disbray, S, Benveniste, T, Osborne, S
  • Publisher: Springer Nature
  • Published: 2017

‘Red Dirt’ schools and pathways into higher education

Analysis of national test scores in very remote Australian schools: Understanding the results through a different lens

  • Author: Guenther, J
  • Publisher: Information Science Reference
  • Published: 2015

Analysis of national test scores in very remote Australian schools: Understanding the results through a different lens

Local housing strategies: responding to the affordability crisis

  • Authors: Greive, S, McKenzie, FH
  • Publisher: Fremantle Press
  • Published: 2010

Local housing strategies: responding to the affordability crisis

The formation of contemporary Aboriginal settlement patterns in Australia: Government policies and programmes

  • Author: Gray, A.
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Published: 2004

The formation of contemporary Aboriginal settlement patterns in Australia: Government policies and programmes

Becoming a culturally competent teacher: beginning the journey

  • Authors: Gower, G, Byrne, M
  • Publisher: University of Western Australia Press
  • Published: 2012

A good education is essential for making a successful life in the modern world. This book argues that Australia's Indigenous students are not being well served by the education systems.…

Can Modern Law Safeguard Archaic Cultural Expressions? Observations from a Legal Sociology Perspective

  • Author: Graber, Christoph Beat
  • Publisher: Kluwer International
  • Published: 2009

One of a series of papers presented in the context of a workshop on 'Traditional knowledge, traditional cultural expressions and intellectual property law in the Asia-Pacific region' at the Centre…

Indigenous Cultural Heritage and Fair Trade: Voluntary Certification Standards in the Light of WIPO and WTO Law and Policy-making

  • Authors: Christoph B. Graber, Jessica C. Lai
  • Publisher: ANU E Press
  • Published: 2012

For a long time, the issue of trading indigenous cultural heritage (ICH) was discussed with a defensive attitude. The question was generally how indigenous peoples could be protected against third…

Inequity in Australian Vocational Education and Training by location

  • Authors: Golding, Barry, Pattison, Sandra
  • Publisher: NCVER
  • Published: 2004

Building equity into Australia's vocational education and training (VET) system is a key component of the National Strategy for Vocational Education and Training 2004-2010. This book of readings aims to…

Men’s learning in small and remote towns in Australia

  • Author: Golding, Barry
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Published: 2006

A series of research projects conducted by the author in Australia in 2002–4 has thrown new light on the ways in which men in small rural towns do (or don’t)…

Teachers and families working together to build stronger futures for our children in school

  • Authors: Gollan, S, Malin, M
  • Publisher: University of Western Australia Press
  • Published: 2012

A good education is essential for making a successful life in the modern world. This book argues that Australia's Indigenous students are not being well served by the education systems.…

Who's doing the hunting and gathering? An exploration of gender segmentation of adult learning in small and remote communities

  • Author: Golding, Barry
  • Publisher: NCVER
  • Published: 2004

Building equity into Australia's vocational education and training (VET) system is a key component of the National Strategy for Vocational Education and Training 2004-2010. This book of readings aims to…

Standardized testing and school achievement: The case of Indigenous-language speaking students in remote Australia

  • Authors: Freeman, Leonard, A, Wigglesworth, G
  • Published: 2020

Standardized testing and school achievement: The case of Indigenous-language speaking students in remote Australia

An Australian Perspective

  • Authors: Freemantle, Jane, Ellis, Louise
  • Publisher: University of Adelaide Press, Adelaide (AU)
  • Published: 2018

An accurate picture of mortality informs a society as to its social progress within each community, as mortality is a key indicator of effective public health policies and programs. Data…

Do You Want it Gift Wrapped?: Protecting Traditional Knowledge in the Pacific Island Countries

  • Author: Miranda Forsyth
  • Publisher: ANU E Press
  • Published: 2012

The importance of customary law and customary institutions in the context of protecting the traditional knowledge (TK) of indigenous people is gradually being more widely recognised. However, translating this recognition…

Residential densities, group sizes and social stress in Australian Aboriginal settlements

  • Author: Roland Fletcher
  • Publisher: Oceania Publications
  • Published: 1990

Argues that while mobile communities conform to the general pattern of decreaased residential density with increased community size, specific groupscan exhibit varying density/size patterns through time; problem of ethno-archaeological analogy…

Moving towards joint management in New South Wales

  • Author: Feary, S.
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Published: 2001

The chapter presents a perspective on Aboriginal ownership of national parks in NSW. It uses Jervis Bay as a case study to examine some of the issues that have arisen…

Isolation in rural, remote and urban communities

  • Authors: Fegan, Maureen, Bowes, Jennifer
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Published: 1999

The book is about how children, families, and communities in Australia influence one another. It focus particularly on how children's development is affected by different contexts. In addition to research…

‘We’re still being dragged to be white’: Learning from Yolŋu ‘growing up’ their children in two worlds

  • Authors: Fasoli, Lyn, Maypilama, Läwurrpa , Lowell, Anne, Guyula, Yalŋarra , Gundjarranbuy, Rosemary, Yunupiŋu, Megan , Farmer, Rebekah
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Published: 2018

‘We’re still being dragged to be white’: Learning from Yolŋu ‘growing up’ their children in two worlds

Solving Poverty for Yourself: Microenterprise Development, Microfinance and Migration

  • Author: Eversole, Robyn
  • Publisher: Icfai University Press
  • Published: 2008

Microenterprise development and microfinance have been widely adopted as anti-poverty strategies internationally. They are popular because they provide a meeting-point between neo-liberal advocates of private enterprise and the market as…

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