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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

Exploring engagement between Indigenous communities and government: lessons for Country management

  • Author: Anderson-Smith, B
  • Publisher: ANU
  • Published: 2008

This thesis explores engagement between Indigenous communities and governments in the Australian

The failure of Australian legislation on indirect discrimination to detect the systemic racism which prevents Aboriginal people from fully participating in the workforce

  • Author: de Plevitz, Loretta Ruth
  • Publisher: Queensland University of Technology
  • Published: 2000

unemployment rate for other Australians. This thesis aims to assess whether Australian indirect

What Makes an Aboriginal Council Successful? Case Studies of Aboriginal Community Government Performance in Far North Queensland

  • Author: Limerick, Michael
  • Publisher: Griffith University
  • Published: 2009

Improving Aboriginal community governance is increasingly recognised as pivotal to closing the gap in social and economic outcomes between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians. The past decade has seen a shift…

Understanding the challenges of managers from non-Indigenous backgrounds working in remote Australia: A cultural competence perspective

  • Author: Whittle, Michelle
  • Publisher: Flinders University
  • Published: 2013

This study explores the challenges non-Indigenous art centre managers face, from a cultural competence perspective, when they work in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Other cultural challenges were…

The use and benefits of ebusiness to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centres in 2014

  • Author: Bendor, Iris
  • Publisher: Southern Cross University
  • Published: 2014

Islander art centres. This thesis identifies the knowledge gaps in the field of ebusiness in

Motor performance, prenatal alcohol exposure and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders in Aboriginal children in remote Australia

  • Author: Lucas, Barbara
  • Publisher: University of Sydney
  • Published: 2016

to the context of this Thesis and a literature review of the existing evidence. The current Thesis

Education of rural and remote general practitioners (GPs) in Australia on type 2 diabetes: impact of online continuing medical education on GPs’ knowledge, attitudes and practices and barriers to online learning

  • Author: Thepwongsa, Isaraporn
  • Publisher: Monash University
  • Published: 2014

Background: The gap between current and evidence-based management of type 2 diabetes is widely acknowledged in Australia. Therefore, there is a need to find effective strategies to encourage GP awareness…

Power, policy and remote citizen activism: a case study of the Lake Eyre Basin Wild Rivers policy

  • Author: Capel, Christene Susanne
  • Publisher: Monash University
  • Published: 2015

This PhD research examines what influence women and men in Central Western Queensland (CWQ) have on natural resource management policy that significantly impacts on their lives and livelihoods. It uses…

Overseas trained doctors in rural and remote Australia: do they practise differently from Australian trained doctors?

  • Author: Laurence, Caroline Olivia May
  • Publisher: University of Adelaide
  • Published: 2007

Over the last seven years the recruitment of overseas trained doctors (OTDs) has formed a significant part of Australia’s policy to address the medical workforce issue of geographic maldistribution to…

Retention of allied health professionals in rural and remote areas of South Australia

  • Author: Barney, Tania
  • Publisher: University of South Australia
  • Published: 1998

Around one third of all Australians live in rural and remote areas. People living in rural and remote areas tend to experience poorer health status than their metropolitan counterparts. Differences…

Models of leadership in remote Aboriginal schools in the Northern Territory

  • Author: Nolen, Helen Maree
  • Publisher: Northern Territory University
  • Published: 1998

Aboriginalisation or localisation of leadership in schools in remote areas of the Northern Territory is becoming more widespread in this last decade of the second millennium. Emerging models or ways…

The augmented rural reality: how rural high school students’ decisions to pursue university study in digital media are ‘augmented’ by the role of life history and cultural capital.

  • Author: Turner, Krystle
  • Publisher: Queensland University of Technology
  • Published: 2018

influences include family, community, school and digital media. The thesis draws on 25 interviews conducted

The transition experience to boarding school for male Aboriginal secondary school students from regional and remote communities across Western Australia

  • Author: Mander, David
  • Publisher: Edith Cowan University
  • Published: 2012

The experience of transitioning to boarding schools away from home for Aboriginal secondary school students from regional and remote communities in Australia has not received the attention it deserves (Calma,…

“It would give you a space to be yourself”: The role for interior design in increasing Aboriginal student sense of belonging in Western Australian boarding schools

  • Author: Whettingsteel, Emma
  • Publisher: Curtin University
  • Published: 2020

experiences of education. The aim of this doctoral thesis was to address this gap through a process of

Human mobility models withimperfect data

  • Author: Vino, Thiripura
  • Publisher: Univesity of Melbourne
  • Published: 2021

Human mobility plays a major role in the spread of communicable diseases. Remote Indigenous populations in Australia tend to have a higher risk of communicable diseases, and although high levels…

Potential spread of rabies in dingo populations of northern Australia

  • Author: Gabriele-Rivet, Vanessa
  • Publisher: University of Sydney
  • Published: 2020

Australia is free from canine rabies. The spread of the disease in Indonesia has increased the risk of rabies incursion in northern Australia. Remote Indigenous communities, such as those in…

Indigeneity as a foundation for patterned Northern Territory remote Aboriginal student achievement within a stratified western education system

  • Author: Fry, Gary
  • Publisher: University of Sydney
  • Published: 2020

Over the past decade, national testing in literacy and numeracy for primary and junior secondary education reveals NT remote Aboriginal children have consistently performed at a much lower level than…

Investigations into the role of the enabling environment in supporting Indigenous economic development: A case study of remote community Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centres 2007–2013

  • Author: Congreve, S
  • Publisher: Curtin University
  • Published: 2016

programs have been determining factors in their success (Altman, 2013). This thesis explores how policies

An applied anthropology of electronic waste in central Australia

  • Author: Gideon A, Singer
  • Publisher: Purdue University
  • Published: 2020

As an applied anthropology study of electronic waste (e-waste) in the remote town of Alice Springs, this dissertation chronicles how e-waste is understood and managed in the arid interior of…

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