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A study into the domestication of Solanum centrale, Australian bush tomato

  • Author: Collins, C.
  • Publisher: Univ. of Adelaide
  • Published: 2002

market demand for its use as a flavouring. This thesis investigated improved methods of propagation, the

The Australian Aboriginal 'Dreamtime' (Its History, Cosmogenesis Cosmology and Ontology)

  • Author: Dean, C
  • Publisher: Deakin University
  • Published: 1996

contradictory evidence. This thesis then is an attempt to bring the available information together in one

Aboriginal Pedagogies at the Cultural Interface

  • Author: Yunkaporta, Tyson
  • Publisher: James Cook University
  • Published: 2009

, particularly native knowledge of pedagogy. So the dual aims of this thesis are to demonstrate how

Quality of worklife for rural and remote teachers: perspectives of novice, interstate and overseas-qualified teachers

  • Author: Sharplin, ED
  • Publisher: The University of Western Australia
  • Published: 2008

It is essential to attract, recruit and retain quality teachers in rural and remote schools for provision of quality education to rural and remote students. A robust body of research…

See Me, Hear Me: From Teacher Belief and Pedagogy to Classroom Practice for Indigenous Students.

  • Author: Lovegrove, J
  • Publisher: Murdock University
  • Published: 2010

teachers a voice draws attention to their needs and concerns. Moreover, through this thesis, their combined

An Economic Analysis of the Auction Market for Australian Art: Evidence of Indigenous Difference and Creative Achivement

  • Author: Coates, Bronwyn
  • Publisher: RMIT University
  • Published: 2009

This thesis explores factors that determine the price for Australian art sold at auction. Using a

It's a Power: An Interpretation of the Aboriginal Memorial in its Ethnographic, Museological, Art Historical and Political Contexts

  • Author: Jenkins, Susan
  • Publisher: Australian National University
  • Published: 2002

It's a Power: An Interpretation of the Aboriginal Memorial in its Ethnographic, Museological, Art Historical and Political Contexts

Dialoguing in the Desert for Sustainable Development: Ambivalence, Hybridity and Representations of Indigenous People

  • Author: McGrath, Natalie
  • Publisher: Murdoch University
  • Published: 2007

will require dialogue. This thesis explores how institutional practice and discourse frames

Art at auction: Price formation and the creation of superstars in the Australian art auction market

  • Author: Wilson-Anastasios, Meaghan
  • Publisher: University of Melbourne
  • Published: 2008

This thesis shows that prices generated by the art auction system can be anything but mysterious

Domestic Tourists 4WDing in Central Australia: Implications for Desert Aboriginal People

  • Author: Jacobsen, D
  • Publisher: Charles Darwin University
  • Published: 2010

The question of what being a domestic tourist might actually mean has attracted limited inquiry despite the volume of research dedicated to tourists and tourist experiences in the literature. The…

Indigenous peoples' livelihoods and emerging bush produce industries: recent experiences from Australia's arid zone

  • Author: White, J
  • Publisher: University of South Australia
  • Published: 2012

This thesis details the experiences of Aboriginal people involved in a variety of bush produce

A Critical Analysis of Decision-making Protocols used in Approving a Commercial Mining License for the Beverley Uranium Mine in Adnyamathanha Country: Toward Effective Indigenous Participation in Caring for Cultural Resources

  • Author: Marsh, J
  • Publisher: The University of Adelaide
  • Published: 2011

An exploratory approach via a single case study is used in this thesis to better understand two

Processes for effective management: learning from agencies and Warlpiri people involved in managing the Northern Tanami Indigenous Protected Area, Australia

  • Author: Walker, J
  • Publisher: Charles Darwin University
  • Published: 2011

Over the past three decades, protected area management has moved away from a strict preservation to a more socially orientated management ethos. This change is based on ideals such as…

An Ambivalent Hospitality: Aboriginal senior public servants and the representation of others in Australia’s self-governing Northern Territory

  • Author: Ganter, E
  • Publisher: ANU
  • Published: 2010

thesis begins with a history of Aboriginal employment in the Northern Territory administration which

Fire in arid and semi-arid Australia, 1998-2004

  • Author: Turner, D
  • Publisher: University of Adelaide
  • Published: 2009

This project provides an objective, continental and regional perspective, on fire regimes across the arid and semi-arid regions of Australia for the period 1998 to 2004, using data derived from…

To hunt and to hold: Martu Aboriginal people's uses and knowledge of their country, with implications for co-management in Karlamilyi (Rudall River) National Park and the Great Sandy Desert, Western Australia

  • Author: Walsh, F
  • Publisher: University of Western Australia
  • Published: 2009

This ethnoecological study examines land uses by modern Martu Aboriginal people on their country. They occupy very remote settlements—Parnngurr, Punmu and Kunawarritji—in the Great and Little Sandy Deserts. In 1990,…

Modelling Land Susceptibility to Wind Erosion in Western Queensland, Australia

  • Author: Webb, NP
  • Publisher: The University of Queensland
  • Published: 2008

land erodibility, particularly at the landscape to regional scales (103 to 104 km2). This thesis

Product Development and Distribution for Aboriginal Tourism in Central Australia: a focus on the 4WD Market

  • Author: Schmallegger, D
  • Publisher: IMC University of Applied Sciences
  • Published: 2007

In recent years, tourism in desert and Outback regions in Australia had to face a number of challenges. Desert tourism stakeholders have therefore recognised the need to open up new…

Bioconversion of waste paper by termites: A landfill of opportunity. A feasibility study of employing Australian subterranean termites in the management of discarded paper (lignocellulosic waste).

  • Author: Severtson, D
  • Publisher: Curtin University of Technology
  • Published: 2006

Termites (order Isoptera) are insects, with a highly evolved social system of soldiers, workers, and two reproductive classes. Australia houses more than three hundred species, and colonies can have a…

Characteristics and dynamics of the mulga-spinifex boundaries at Mt Denison station in central Australia

  • Author: Nicholas, A
  • Publisher: Charles Darwin University
  • Published: 2007

Mulga (Acacia aneura) and spinifex (Triodia spp.) are common throughout arid Australia, often dominating the landscape as discrete, abruptly alternating dominants of vegetation. The floristic, soil and fire frequency characteristics…

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