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The entangled relationship between Indigenous spatiality and government service delivery

27 May 2008
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Drawing on research in Yamatji country, Western Australia, this paper examines the complex and often contested relationship between mobile Indigenous people living in regional and remote areas and the delivery of State housing, health and education services. The delivery of basic government services to remotely living and frequently mobile Indigenous populations is a highly contentious issue. Drawing on research in Yamatji country, Western Australia, Sarah Prout examines the complex and often contested relationship between Indigenous people living in regional and remote areas and/or who continue to engage in frequent movements, and the delivery of State housing, health and education services.

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2008
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