Indigenous Australians and transport—what can the NATSISS tell us?

Indigenous Australians and transport—what can the NATSISS tell us? Book Section

Assessing the Evidence on Indigenous Socioeconomic Outcomes

  • Author(s): Holcombe, Sarah
  • Secondary Author(s): Hunter, B. H.
  • Published: 2006
  • Publisher: ANU Press
  • Volume: CAEPR Monograph No. 26
  • ISBN: null

Abstract: The 2002 NATSISS is the first national survey of Indigenous Australia that includes a transport module and, as such, provides a unique opportunity to examine Indigenous transport needs. The analysis of the transport data in this chapter is approached from an anthropological perspective, comparing this survey data with the ethnographic record. In doing so, I focus primarily on the findings of the remote area NATSISS but I also (as relevant) highlight comparative findings using the data from the non-remote NATSISS and the GSS. My focus reflects the concentration of ethnographic research in remote areas.

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Holcombe, Sarah, 2006, Indigenous Australians and transport—what can the NATSISS tell us?, Volume:CAEPR Monograph No. 26, Book Section, viewed 07 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=15216.

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