The Ti Tree Creek Camp Study: A Contribution to Good Governance

The Ti Tree Creek Camp Study: A Contribution to Good Governance Journal Article

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  • Author(s): Sanders, W , Holcombe, S
  • Published: 2007
  • Publisher: University of Technology Sydney
  • Volume: 1

Abstract: This paper is based on an in-depth study of Creek Camp, an area of selfmade dwellings occupied by Aboriginal people running along the western and south-western sides of Ti Tree, a small roadside town in the Northern Territory. It reports the findings of three sets of interviews, return visits over a ten month period, and the Anmatjere Community Government Council and NT Government responses to the reports and argues that the study has contributed to good governance by both identifying ideas for change and clarifying obstacles for changes.

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Sanders, W , Holcombe, S , 2007, The Ti Tree Creek Camp Study: A Contribution to Good Governance, Volume:1, Journal Article, viewed 15 June 2024, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=4831.

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