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The Resource 'Captains' and 'Selly-welly' : Indigenous women and the role of transactional sex in homelessness, Catherine Holmes and Eva Mcrae-Williams

'Captains' and 'Selly-welly' : Indigenous women and the role of transactional sex in homelessness, Catherine Holmes and Eva Mcrae-Williams

Label
'Captains' and 'Selly-welly' : Indigenous women and the role of transactional sex in homelessness
Title
'Captains' and 'Selly-welly'
Title remainder
Indigenous women and the role of transactional sex in homelessness
Statement of responsibility
Catherine Holmes and Eva Mcrae-Williams
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
XBATCH
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Holmes, Catherine
Dewey number
305.89915
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • McRae-Williams, Eva
  • Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (N.T.)
  • Australia
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  • Homeless persons
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Sexology
Target audience
adult
Label
'Captains' and 'Selly-welly' : Indigenous women and the role of transactional sex in homelessness, Catherine Holmes and Eva Mcrae-Williams
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "This publication documents research undertaken in 2010 and 2011 which was funded by the Australian Government's Department of Families and Housing, Community Services, Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA), through the National Homelessness Research Agenda." T.p. verso
  • "December 2012"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: p. 43-48
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Background -- What is known about transactional sex among homeless Indigenous women? : sex for monetary gain - as violence and gender inequality; Sex for monetary gain - as work; Making sense of the feminists: the muddied waters; Transactional sex, power and public health; Homelessness life worlds and transactional sex: loss of home; Gradual and profound loss: Aboriginal people in colonial Australia; Contemporary mainstream notions of homelessness; Quantifying homelessness in the NT and Darwin; Indigenous homelessness today; The lived experience of homelessness in Darwin for Indigenous people; Transactional sex among (Indigenous) homeless populations (in Darwin); Conclusion -- Methodology: recruitment; Methods; Data analysis; Ethics; Limitations of study -- Discussion of findings: Everyday life in the Long Grass: the context of transacting sex; Social organisation; Aboriginal spirituality; Criminal justice system and dysfunction; Grief, loss and trauma; Police surveillance: a double edged sword; Rape in the Long Grass -- The social organisation of transactional sex: identity; "Selly-welly" and power -- The nuts and bolts of transactional sex : prevalence of practice; Forms of transaction: the interface between women and men; managing stigma by "passing off": implicit negotiations witb a "boyfriend"; Explicit exchanges; Sister girl exchanges; Factors positively associated with TS; Perceptions of danger; Management of risk -- Conclusions : "Captains" and "selly-welly" -- Policy and program implications: Ethnographic research informing policy and interventions; National homelessness policy goals: expanding homeless definitions beyond housing; the incongruence of local policing policy with national homeless goals; Exiting from custodial care into the Long Grass; Violence and safe places; (Public) health and sex: alcohol, transactional sex and trauma; Preventing homelessness
Control code
000050660731
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
iv, 48 pages
Isbn
9781741312744
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)831401529
Label
'Captains' and 'Selly-welly' : Indigenous women and the role of transactional sex in homelessness, Catherine Holmes and Eva Mcrae-Williams
Publication
Note
  • "This publication documents research undertaken in 2010 and 2011 which was funded by the Australian Government's Department of Families and Housing, Community Services, Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA), through the National Homelessness Research Agenda." T.p. verso
  • "December 2012"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: p. 43-48
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Background -- What is known about transactional sex among homeless Indigenous women? : sex for monetary gain - as violence and gender inequality; Sex for monetary gain - as work; Making sense of the feminists: the muddied waters; Transactional sex, power and public health; Homelessness life worlds and transactional sex: loss of home; Gradual and profound loss: Aboriginal people in colonial Australia; Contemporary mainstream notions of homelessness; Quantifying homelessness in the NT and Darwin; Indigenous homelessness today; The lived experience of homelessness in Darwin for Indigenous people; Transactional sex among (Indigenous) homeless populations (in Darwin); Conclusion -- Methodology: recruitment; Methods; Data analysis; Ethics; Limitations of study -- Discussion of findings: Everyday life in the Long Grass: the context of transacting sex; Social organisation; Aboriginal spirituality; Criminal justice system and dysfunction; Grief, loss and trauma; Police surveillance: a double edged sword; Rape in the Long Grass -- The social organisation of transactional sex: identity; "Selly-welly" and power -- The nuts and bolts of transactional sex : prevalence of practice; Forms of transaction: the interface between women and men; managing stigma by "passing off": implicit negotiations witb a "boyfriend"; Explicit exchanges; Sister girl exchanges; Factors positively associated with TS; Perceptions of danger; Management of risk -- Conclusions : "Captains" and "selly-welly" -- Policy and program implications: Ethnographic research informing policy and interventions; National homelessness policy goals: expanding homeless definitions beyond housing; the incongruence of local policing policy with national homeless goals; Exiting from custodial care into the Long Grass; Violence and safe places; (Public) health and sex: alcohol, transactional sex and trauma; Preventing homelessness
Control code
000050660731
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
iv, 48 pages
Isbn
9781741312744
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)831401529

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