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Research & Evidence Base
This summary report looks at the Kimberley Girl program, which uses popular culture, including the image-making aspects of the fashion industry, to connect with young women on their own terms.
This report looks at the Kimberley Girl program, which uses popular culture, including the image-making aspects of the fashion industry, to connect with young women on their own terms.
This paper considers a hitherto obscure aspect of the Northern Territory Intervention: the surveillance of publicly funded computers and internet use.
In September 2015, the Swinburne Institute for Social Research commenced a two-year research project on safety and wellbeing as it relates to communication technologies, in remote Aboriginal...
This book examines the reasons for the digital divide in remote communities, how broadband infrastructure can change life in such communities and sets out an evaluation of the 'Home Internet...
This report describes a dynamic ‘Co-creative Media System’ that is emerging in the social space.
The first comprehensive study of internet adoption and use in Australia’s remote Aboriginal Communities.
Explores Australia's evolving digital divide.
This research explores the impact of Youthworx, a community-based cross-sector response to the problem of youth marginalisation and social exclusion.
Through a comparison of two implementation models, adopter-diffusion and saturation, and using existing data from the One Laptop per Child Australia laptop program, the authors explored how...