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Aboriginal wellbeing in 'red dirt economy', by Sheree Cairney andTammy Abbott

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Aboriginal wellbeing in 'red dirt economy'
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Aboriginal wellbeing in 'red dirt economy'
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by Sheree Cairney andTammy Abbott
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eng
Summary
Discusses ways Aboriginal people can participate in wider economy their traditional land; defines 'Red Dirt Economy' as various economic participation that occur in remote communities; interrelationship of Cooperative Research Centre for Remote Economic Participation and grounded theory research methodologies used to identify key themes of wellbeing framework in context of different Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; participants include remote community, researchers and stakeholders; emerging themes from study include empowerment, educational, employment, health and flexiblity are discussed
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Cairney, Sheree
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Abbott, Tammy
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Aboriginal wellbeing in 'red dirt economy', by Sheree Cairney andTammy Abbott
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Special Issue title: Red Dirt Research in Remote Australia: Guest editors: Associated Professor John Guenther
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Bibliography: pages 20-22
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Aboriginal wellbeing in 'red dirt economy', by Sheree Cairney andTammy Abbott
Publication
Note
Special Issue title: Red Dirt Research in Remote Australia: Guest editors: Associated Professor John Guenther
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 20-22
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia

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