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The Indigenous Gardener Magazine May No 05 2013  Magazines

Posted by JimKnopf at May 9, 2013
The Indigenous Gardener Magazine May No 05 2013

The Indigenous Gardener Magazine May No 05 2013
17,8 MB | PDF | 34 Pages | english

Circulating Cultures: Exchanges of Australian Indigenous Music, Dance and Media  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Jan. 17, 2017
Circulating Cultures: Exchanges of Australian Indigenous Music, Dance and Media

Circulating Cultures: Exchanges of Australian Indigenous Music, Dance and Media by Amanda Harris
English | July 3, 2015 | ISBN: 1925022196 | 276 Pages | PDF | 12 MB

Circulating Cultures is an edited book about the transformation of cultural materials through the Australian landscape. The book explores cultural circulation, exchange and transit, through events such as the geographical movement of song series across the Kimberley and Arnhem Land; the transformation of Australian Aboriginal dance in the hands of an American choreographer; and the indigenisation of symbolic meanings in heavy metal music.

Indigenous Peoples' Innovation: Intellectual Property Pathways to Development  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Jan. 17, 2017
Indigenous Peoples' Innovation: Intellectual Property Pathways to Development

Indigenous Peoples' Innovation: Intellectual Property Pathways to Development by Peter Drahos
English | Aug. 11, 2012 | ISBN: 1921862777 | 276 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

Traditional knowledge systems are also innovation systems. This book analyses the relationship between intellectual property and indigenous innovation. The contributors come from different disciplinary backgrounds including law, ethnobotany and science.

Power, Culture, Economy: Indigenous Australians and Mining  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Jan. 16, 2017
Power, Culture, Economy: Indigenous Australians and Mining

Power, Culture, Economy: Indigenous Australians and Mining by Jon Altman
English | Oct. 3, 2011 | ISBN: 1921536861 | 264 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

Research over the past decade in health, employment, life expectancy, child mortality, and household income has confirmed that Indigenous Australians are still Australia’s most disadvantaged group. Those residing in communities in regional and remote Australia are further disadvantaged because of the limited formal economic opportunities there. In these areas mining developments may be the major—and sometimes the only—contributors to regional economic development.

Learn, Teach, Challenge: Approaching Indigenous Literatures  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by readerXXI at Jan. 15, 2017
Learn, Teach, Challenge: Approaching Indigenous Literatures

Learn, Teach, Challenge: Approaching Indigenous Literatures
by Deanna Reder and Linda M. Morra
English | 2016 | ISBN: 1771121858 | 561 Pages | True PDF | 5.25 MB

This is a collection of classic and newly commissioned essays about the study of Indigenous literatures in North America.

Global Indios: The Indigenous Struggle for Justice in Sixteenth-Century Spain  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at Jan. 15, 2017
Global Indios: The Indigenous Struggle for Justice in Sixteenth-Century Spain

Global Indios: The Indigenous Struggle for Justice in Sixteenth-Century Spain (Narrating Native Histories) by Nancy E. van Deusen
2015 | ISBN: 0822358476, 0822358581 | English | 352 pages | PDF | 4 MB
Health Expenditure, Income and Health Status Among Indigenous and Other Australi: (CAEPR Monograph No. 21)

Health Expenditure, Income and Health Status Among Indigenous and Other Australi: (CAEPR Monograph No. 21) by M C Gray
English | May 2, 2011 | ISBN: 1920942157 | 82 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

Using data from the 1995 National Health Survey (NHS) this study asks the question—what is the relationship between income, health expenditure and health status for the Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations in Australia? Income is generally seen as an indicator of ability to address the need for health expenditure, and as a factor in influencing health status.
Demographic and Socioeconomic Outcomes Across the Indigenous Australian Lifecourse: Evidence from the 2006 Census

Demographic and Socioeconomic Outcomes Across the Indigenous Australian Lifecourse: Evidence from the 2006 Census by Nicholas Biddle
English | Oct. 14, 2011 | ISBN: 1921862025 | 196 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

Across almost all standard indicators, the Indigenous population of Australia has worse outcomes than the non-Indigenous population. Despite the abundance of statistics and a plethora of government reports on Indigenous outcomes, there is very little information on how Indigenous disadvantage accumulates or is mitigated through time at the individual level.
Indigenous participation in Australian economies: Historical and anthropological perspectives

Indigenous participation in Australian economies: Historical and anthropological perspectives by Ian Keen
English | Sep. 12, 2011 | ISBN: 1921666862 | 208 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

This volume seeks to contribute to the body of anthropological and historical studies of Indigenous participation in the Australian colonial and post colonial economy. It arises out of a panel on this topic at the annual conference of the Australian Anthropological Society, held jointly with the British and New Zealand anthropological associations in Auckland in December 2008.
Indigenous people and the Pilbara mining boom: A baseline for regional participation

Indigenous people and the Pilbara mining boom: A baseline for regional participation by J. Taylor
English | Jan. 4, 2012 | ISBN: 1920942408 | 186 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

This is the latest in what is developing into a series of CAEPR monographs stimulated by the interest of mining companies to better understand the social and economic landscape of regions within which they operate. It stems from an approach made to the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) by Jeff Wilkie of Pilbara Iron who sought to establish a detailed profile of the Pilbara population in order to assist company and public policy discussions on Indigenous engagement in the context of rapidly expanding mining activity in the Pilbara region. We acknowledge the financial and logistical support of Pilbara Iron that facilitated the undertaking of the research.