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Indigenous entrepreneurship, social capital and tourism enterprise development: lessons from Cape York, Judy Bennett, (manuscript)

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Indigenous entrepreneurship, social capital and tourism enterprise development: lessons from Cape York
Title
Indigenous entrepreneurship, social capital and tourism enterprise development: lessons from Cape York
Statement of responsibility
Judy Bennett
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
ANL
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Bennett, Judy
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D.)--La Trobe University, 2005.
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  • Guurrbi Tours
  • Tourism
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Social capital (Sociology)
  • New business enterprises
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Business enterprises, Aboriginal Australian
Label
Indigenous entrepreneurship, social capital and tourism enterprise development: lessons from Cape York, Judy Bennett, (manuscript)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Manuscript reference no.: MSD 375
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 256-283)
Contents
Ch. 1: Rationale for the research; Location of the study; The Cape York Justice Study -- Ch. 2: Entrepreneurship and the entrepreneur -- The Indigenous Australian entrepreneur: motivation, character, trait, behaviour, education and work experience, constraints, the catalyst for action, strategies for success, Indigenous entrepreneurship -- Social capital: the concept of embeddedness, defining social capital, social capital and entrepreneurship, negative social capital, Indigenous social capital -- Participatory Action Research -- Social capital and the Guugu Yimithirr economy: a historical perspective: traditional life: land as a community: entrepreneurial characteristics -- The Mission as community: a closed network community; the dismantling and reconstruction of community; planting the seeds of division; the denial of responsibility and self-efficacy; the control of resources; the mission economy; The community in Woorabinda: the creation of the Guugu Yimithirr community; The Guugu Yimithirr Community: the enterprising years; The welfare economy and the erosion of social capital; Community as defined by Government: the erosion of social capital; Leadership and disempowerment; Business and self-management: the erosion of social networks; The Community Development Employment Projects Scheme; Native title and changing definitions of community: resource control and the ability to influence change; The divided community; Identity and the Cape York Land Council; Present day Hope Vale: confusion and anomaly; Indigenous social capital and enterprise development -- Tourism in Hope Vale: past, present and the search for the way forward: tourism in Cooktown: the barrier of community boundaries; Tourism in Hope Vale: past: the early years: tourism imposed; Champion driven enterprises; Individual enterprise and lop-sided bridges; Community enterprise redefined; Wawu-Wi Bamanga-Guurrbi: the tourism network; Tourism in Hope Vale: present -- Indigenous entrepreneurship: sense of community and empowerment : Alberta's story: understanding the constraints; Willie's story: sense of community, empowerment and entrepreneurship; The mentoring process: empowerment for enterprise: building Willie; building business: learning by doing together -- Indigenous enterprise: sustainability and social capital; The ongoing need for the mentor; Social capital and Indigenous tourism enterprise; Redefining community and changing identities; Guurrbi Tours: the future
Control code
000026840182
Dimensions
31 cm.
Extent
xiii, 283 leaves, [13] leaves of plates + 1 CD-rom
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps, ports,
Stock number
MAR06/208
Label
Indigenous entrepreneurship, social capital and tourism enterprise development: lessons from Cape York, Judy Bennett, (manuscript)
Publication
Note
Manuscript reference no.: MSD 375
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 256-283)
Contents
Ch. 1: Rationale for the research; Location of the study; The Cape York Justice Study -- Ch. 2: Entrepreneurship and the entrepreneur -- The Indigenous Australian entrepreneur: motivation, character, trait, behaviour, education and work experience, constraints, the catalyst for action, strategies for success, Indigenous entrepreneurship -- Social capital: the concept of embeddedness, defining social capital, social capital and entrepreneurship, negative social capital, Indigenous social capital -- Participatory Action Research -- Social capital and the Guugu Yimithirr economy: a historical perspective: traditional life: land as a community: entrepreneurial characteristics -- The Mission as community: a closed network community; the dismantling and reconstruction of community; planting the seeds of division; the denial of responsibility and self-efficacy; the control of resources; the mission economy; The community in Woorabinda: the creation of the Guugu Yimithirr community; The Guugu Yimithirr Community: the enterprising years; The welfare economy and the erosion of social capital; Community as defined by Government: the erosion of social capital; Leadership and disempowerment; Business and self-management: the erosion of social networks; The Community Development Employment Projects Scheme; Native title and changing definitions of community: resource control and the ability to influence change; The divided community; Identity and the Cape York Land Council; Present day Hope Vale: confusion and anomaly; Indigenous social capital and enterprise development -- Tourism in Hope Vale: past, present and the search for the way forward: tourism in Cooktown: the barrier of community boundaries; Tourism in Hope Vale: past: the early years: tourism imposed; Champion driven enterprises; Individual enterprise and lop-sided bridges; Community enterprise redefined; Wawu-Wi Bamanga-Guurrbi: the tourism network; Tourism in Hope Vale: present -- Indigenous entrepreneurship: sense of community and empowerment : Alberta's story: understanding the constraints; Willie's story: sense of community, empowerment and entrepreneurship; The mentoring process: empowerment for enterprise: building Willie; building business: learning by doing together -- Indigenous enterprise: sustainability and social capital; The ongoing need for the mentor; Social capital and Indigenous tourism enterprise; Redefining community and changing identities; Guurrbi Tours: the future
Control code
000026840182
Dimensions
31 cm.
Extent
xiii, 283 leaves, [13] leaves of plates + 1 CD-rom
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps, ports,
Stock number
MAR06/208

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