The Resource Cunnamulla : a needs analysis of the Aboriginal population, by Sandie Williams, senior advisor Commonwealth Rehabilitation Service (with assistance of Roderick "George" Martin) 1992

Cunnamulla : a needs analysis of the Aboriginal population, by Sandie Williams, senior advisor Commonwealth Rehabilitation Service (with assistance of Roderick "George" Martin) 1992

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Cunnamulla : a needs analysis of the Aboriginal population
Title
Cunnamulla
Title remainder
a needs analysis of the Aboriginal population
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by Sandie Williams, senior advisor Commonwealth Rehabilitation Service (with assistance of Roderick "George" Martin) 1992
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eng
Summary
This study identifies the social factors which impact negatively on the Aboriginal population at Cunnamulla. In order to undertake the study; relevant literature was reviewed, a community profile was carried out and individual interviews were conducted. Thirty-five respondents were interviewed
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Williams, Sandie
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non fiction
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  • Martin, Roderick "George"
  • Commonwealth Rehabilitation Service
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Social surveys
  • Cunnamulla
  • Cunnamulla
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Cunnamulla : a needs analysis of the Aboriginal population, by Sandie Williams, senior advisor Commonwealth Rehabilitation Service (with assistance of Roderick "George" Martin) 1992
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Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "Funded by the Commonwealth Rehabilitation Service, Department of Health, Housing and Community Services as a "social justice" initiative"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references : pages 118-123
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Contents
Research design and methodology : introduction, guiding values, limitations and applications of findings, community defined, methodology, aims and objectives, the scope of a needs assessment study, methods of data collection, literature review, consultations, statistical profile, citizen survey -- The condition of the people: introduction, who is Aboriginal?, statistical representation, employment, housing, education, crime and incarceration, Aboriginal health, alcohol use in Aboriginal communities, disability in Aboriginal communities -- Cunnamulla and the history of its Aboriginal people : introduction, the economic base, the town of Cunnamulla, sport and recreation, tourism, the Aboriginal population of Cunnamulla, traditional Aboriginal life, male and female roles, illness and disability, marriage laws, European contact, fringe dwellers, Cunnamulla - a problem town -- Population profile : introduction, statistical analysis - and the Aboriginal population, Cunnamulla profile, age and marital status, cultural and religious features, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Cunnamulla, age comparison between ATSI and European populations, Cunnamulla ATSI population compared with Australian and Queensland ATSI population, family composition, family income, age left school, level of qualification, unemployment, labour force, industry, industry sector, summary of dwellings, structure of private dwellings, household size, nature of occupancy, monthly mortgage, rental payments, vehicles by household, summary of statistics -- Survey results: introduction, social relations at Cunnamulla, conflict between Aboriginal groups, major problems, under-enumeration of the Indigenous people at Cunnamulla, industry and income, transport, living expenses, Aboriginal families, Aboriginal women in Cunnamulla, religious affiliation, welfare services -- Social problems: introduction, housing, public housing, private housing, occupancy rates, emergency housing, housing concerns, health, general health, access to medical services, community health agencies, transport for seriously ill persons, aged or infirm residents, elderly Aboriginal population, services available, disability, isolation - impact on health, Cunnamulla - extent of disability, services, substance abuse, social implications of alcohol abuse, education, Aboriginal participatison, employment, unemployment, opportunities for Aboriginal employment, youth of Cunnamulla, leisure activities, crime at Cunnamulla, legal system at Cunnamulla, punishment, role of the Aboriginal worker, policing Cunnamulla, community co-operation, government services, the need for planning, a local presence, environment
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30 cm
Extent
123 pages
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Donated from ATSIC Library
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Label
Cunnamulla : a needs analysis of the Aboriginal population, by Sandie Williams, senior advisor Commonwealth Rehabilitation Service (with assistance of Roderick "George" Martin) 1992
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "Funded by the Commonwealth Rehabilitation Service, Department of Health, Housing and Community Services as a "social justice" initiative"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references : pages 118-123
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • cartographic image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Research design and methodology : introduction, guiding values, limitations and applications of findings, community defined, methodology, aims and objectives, the scope of a needs assessment study, methods of data collection, literature review, consultations, statistical profile, citizen survey -- The condition of the people: introduction, who is Aboriginal?, statistical representation, employment, housing, education, crime and incarceration, Aboriginal health, alcohol use in Aboriginal communities, disability in Aboriginal communities -- Cunnamulla and the history of its Aboriginal people : introduction, the economic base, the town of Cunnamulla, sport and recreation, tourism, the Aboriginal population of Cunnamulla, traditional Aboriginal life, male and female roles, illness and disability, marriage laws, European contact, fringe dwellers, Cunnamulla - a problem town -- Population profile : introduction, statistical analysis - and the Aboriginal population, Cunnamulla profile, age and marital status, cultural and religious features, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Cunnamulla, age comparison between ATSI and European populations, Cunnamulla ATSI population compared with Australian and Queensland ATSI population, family composition, family income, age left school, level of qualification, unemployment, labour force, industry, industry sector, summary of dwellings, structure of private dwellings, household size, nature of occupancy, monthly mortgage, rental payments, vehicles by household, summary of statistics -- Survey results: introduction, social relations at Cunnamulla, conflict between Aboriginal groups, major problems, under-enumeration of the Indigenous people at Cunnamulla, industry and income, transport, living expenses, Aboriginal families, Aboriginal women in Cunnamulla, religious affiliation, welfare services -- Social problems: introduction, housing, public housing, private housing, occupancy rates, emergency housing, housing concerns, health, general health, access to medical services, community health agencies, transport for seriously ill persons, aged or infirm residents, elderly Aboriginal population, services available, disability, isolation - impact on health, Cunnamulla - extent of disability, services, substance abuse, social implications of alcohol abuse, education, Aboriginal participatison, employment, unemployment, opportunities for Aboriginal employment, youth of Cunnamulla, leisure activities, crime at Cunnamulla, legal system at Cunnamulla, punishment, role of the Aboriginal worker, policing Cunnamulla, community co-operation, government services, the need for planning, a local presence, environment
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
123 pages
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated from ATSIC Library
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
maps

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