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A means to an end : Aboriginal hygiene and environmental health worker programs in the Northern Territory from 1951 to 1997, Diane J. Clark

Label
A means to an end : Aboriginal hygiene and environmental health worker programs in the Northern Territory from 1951 to 1997
Title
A means to an end
Title remainder
Aboriginal hygiene and environmental health worker programs in the Northern Territory from 1951 to 1997
Statement of responsibility
Diane J. Clark
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
XDHM
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1944-
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Clark, Diane J.
Dewey number
362.12099429
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D.) -- Northern Territory University, Faculty of Education, 1999.
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Northern Territory University
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  • Environmental health
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Sanitation
Label
A means to an end : Aboriginal hygiene and environmental health worker programs in the Northern Territory from 1951 to 1997, Diane J. Clark
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
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rdacarrier
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  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
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  • txt
  • sti
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  • rdacontent
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Contents
  • Volume I. Introduction : The topic -- Background to the study -- The purpose of my study and the research questions -- Methodology -- Significance -- Scope -- Limitations -- Thesis style -- Thesis structure -- Chapter 1. The environmental health context : Introduction -- Segregation policies and environmental health -- Aboriginal health status and environmental health issues -- Environmental health issues in the NT from 1950-1970 -- Environmental health issues in the NT in the 1990s -- What is environmental health? an envolving definitation -- Conclusion -- Chapter 2. The colonial context : Introduction -- A brief history of the origins of environmental health -- The development of environmental health in British -- The development of environmental health in Australia -- The public health inspectorate -- Environmental health in the NT under South Australian administration -- Environmental health in the NT under Commonwealth administration -- The Territory's First Health Inspector -- Health inspection in the NT from 1927 to 1949 -- Conclusion -- Chapter 3. Hygiene workers on settlements and mission stations 1951-1968 : Introduction -- Assimilation policy, health inspectors and hygiene -- Hygiene police: the Territory's firts hygiene worker program -- The reality of hygiene work -- Hygiene training for settlement and mission superintendents -- Training for hygiene work -- A career in hygiene work -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4: New policies-new directions: The hygiene worker program from 1968-1983: Introduction -- The NT context from the 1967 referendum to self-government in 1978 -- Aboriginal environmental health during the 1970s -- Hygiene worker training during the last decade of commonwealth administration -- Preparing for self-government: an environmental health perspective -- Issues for health inspectors in a self-governing Territory -- A five year development plan for the NT -- Hygiene worker training after self-government -- The end of hygiene worker training -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5 : Hygiene workers and the pastoral industry : Introduction -- The pastoral context -- Developing the Gibb communities -- A hygiene worker program for the pastoral excisions -- The communities, their hygiene workers and the job -- Dick's story -- Hygiene worker training -- Expanding the program: frustration and disillusionment -- Conclusion
  • Volume II. The Aboriginal environmental health worker program : A fresh start : Introduction -- The origins of the AEHWP -- Events influencing the AEHWP concept -- Establishing the AEHWP -- Recruiting the AEHWs -- Conclusion -- A community perspective : Introduction -- A brief history of the case study area -- Changing times from retainer to landowner -- Profile of the resource centre and its member communities -- The AEHWp in practice -- David's story -- Perceptions of the AEHWP -- The environmental health worker's perspective : Introduction -- The respondents -- Factors affecting the program -- Factors at department and directorate level -- Factors at community level -- Factors at AEHW level -- Roles, responsibilities and practice -- EHO's perceptions of the AEHW's role in the AEHWP -- Conclusion -- Bibliography
Control code
000020168664
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
2 volumes
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Immediate source of acquisition
Both copies donated by Colin Tatz
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)222566662
Label
A means to an end : Aboriginal hygiene and environmental health worker programs in the Northern Territory from 1951 to 1997, Diane J. Clark
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
  • crt
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Volume I. Introduction : The topic -- Background to the study -- The purpose of my study and the research questions -- Methodology -- Significance -- Scope -- Limitations -- Thesis style -- Thesis structure -- Chapter 1. The environmental health context : Introduction -- Segregation policies and environmental health -- Aboriginal health status and environmental health issues -- Environmental health issues in the NT from 1950-1970 -- Environmental health issues in the NT in the 1990s -- What is environmental health? an envolving definitation -- Conclusion -- Chapter 2. The colonial context : Introduction -- A brief history of the origins of environmental health -- The development of environmental health in British -- The development of environmental health in Australia -- The public health inspectorate -- Environmental health in the NT under South Australian administration -- Environmental health in the NT under Commonwealth administration -- The Territory's First Health Inspector -- Health inspection in the NT from 1927 to 1949 -- Conclusion -- Chapter 3. Hygiene workers on settlements and mission stations 1951-1968 : Introduction -- Assimilation policy, health inspectors and hygiene -- Hygiene police: the Territory's firts hygiene worker program -- The reality of hygiene work -- Hygiene training for settlement and mission superintendents -- Training for hygiene work -- A career in hygiene work -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4: New policies-new directions: The hygiene worker program from 1968-1983: Introduction -- The NT context from the 1967 referendum to self-government in 1978 -- Aboriginal environmental health during the 1970s -- Hygiene worker training during the last decade of commonwealth administration -- Preparing for self-government: an environmental health perspective -- Issues for health inspectors in a self-governing Territory -- A five year development plan for the NT -- Hygiene worker training after self-government -- The end of hygiene worker training -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5 : Hygiene workers and the pastoral industry : Introduction -- The pastoral context -- Developing the Gibb communities -- A hygiene worker program for the pastoral excisions -- The communities, their hygiene workers and the job -- Dick's story -- Hygiene worker training -- Expanding the program: frustration and disillusionment -- Conclusion
  • Volume II. The Aboriginal environmental health worker program : A fresh start : Introduction -- The origins of the AEHWP -- Events influencing the AEHWP concept -- Establishing the AEHWP -- Recruiting the AEHWs -- Conclusion -- A community perspective : Introduction -- A brief history of the case study area -- Changing times from retainer to landowner -- Profile of the resource centre and its member communities -- The AEHWp in practice -- David's story -- Perceptions of the AEHWP -- The environmental health worker's perspective : Introduction -- The respondents -- Factors affecting the program -- Factors at department and directorate level -- Factors at community level -- Factors at AEHW level -- Roles, responsibilities and practice -- EHO's perceptions of the AEHW's role in the AEHWP -- Conclusion -- Bibliography
Control code
000020168664
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
2 volumes
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Immediate source of acquisition
Both copies donated by Colin Tatz
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)222566662

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