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Population and diversity : policy implications of emerging Indigenous demographic trends, J. Taylor

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Population and diversity : policy implications of emerging Indigenous demographic trends
Title
Population and diversity
Title remainder
policy implications of emerging Indigenous demographic trends
Statement of responsibility
J. Taylor
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Language
eng
Summary
Argues for a new perspective on the policy implications of Indigenous demographic trends, i.e. a shift from focussing and state the territory jurisdictional levels; a whole of government approach should focus on structural settings - city suburbs, regional towns, town campts, remore Indigenous towns, outstations; mentions Torres Strait, Murray-Darling areas; discusses whether a remote location is an advantage or disadvantage; growth of Indigenous towns such as Wadeye, Maningrida, Nguiu, Galiwinku, Milingimbi, Ngukurr, Larapinta town camp, Aurukun, Palm Island, Yarrabah, Doomadgee, Mornington island, Woorabinda, Cherbourg; labour demand and supply in remote areas; discusses locational disadvantage in cities
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Additional physical form
Also available electronically at: http://www.anu.edu.au/caepr/discussion.php
Cataloging source
ANL
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1953-
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Taylor, John
Dewey number
304.6089
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Australian National University
Series statement
Discussion paper / Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research.,
Series volume
no. 283/2006
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  • Migration, Internal
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Population geography
Label
Population and diversity : policy implications of emerging Indigenous demographic trends, J. Taylor
Link
http://www.anu.edu.au/caepr/discussion.php
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Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 23-24
Contents
Introduction: population distribution, population size and composition, Indigenous Australians in an ageing population, population mobility -- Post-war urbanisation : real or imagined? : a revisionist view, population turnover -- Locational disadvantage in cities: temporal mobility, town camps, spatial redistribution and the settlement hierarchy, remoteness and mobility, spatial redistribution: are Indigenous people moving to more accessible regions?, migration to regional towns, The Torres Strait diaspora -- Indigenisation of the agricultural zone: the Murray-Darling case -- Remote Indigenous populations: dispersal to outstations, remote location - advantage or disadvantage?, the growth of Indigenous towns, labout demand and supply in remote areas
Control code
000040863934
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
viii, 78 p.
Isbn
9780731556588
Other physical details
ill;, maps
Label
Population and diversity : policy implications of emerging Indigenous demographic trends, J. Taylor
Link
http://www.anu.edu.au/caepr/discussion.php
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 23-24
Contents
Introduction: population distribution, population size and composition, Indigenous Australians in an ageing population, population mobility -- Post-war urbanisation : real or imagined? : a revisionist view, population turnover -- Locational disadvantage in cities: temporal mobility, town camps, spatial redistribution and the settlement hierarchy, remoteness and mobility, spatial redistribution: are Indigenous people moving to more accessible regions?, migration to regional towns, The Torres Strait diaspora -- Indigenisation of the agricultural zone: the Murray-Darling case -- Remote Indigenous populations: dispersal to outstations, remote location - advantage or disadvantage?, the growth of Indigenous towns, labout demand and supply in remote areas
Control code
000040863934
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
viii, 78 p.
Isbn
9780731556588
Other physical details
ill;, maps

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