Dialogue

Journal article

1 Jan 2010
1

Paper aims to discuss 'livelihoods' as a concept that has value in understandings both about Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people; and secondly to illustrate how 'livelihoods analysis' can contribute to stronger intercultural understandings of human well-being and regional sustainability.

Journal article

8 Jun 2009
439

This paper contrasts settler Australian and Yolngu ways of conceptualising and giving meaning to the bodies of salt water that settler Australians call 'seas' and 'oceans'.

Under the Aboriginal Lands Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 (ALRA) Aboriginal freehold land has always extended...

Journal article

17 Jan 2007
43

Two of the less commonly discussed impacts of immigration are the relationship between ethno-linguistic diversity and interpersonal trust, and between diversity and support for a generous welfare state. In this paper, Andrew Leigh assesses the evidence on trust and diversity, reviews data on trust and...

Journal article

1 Jan 2005
1

Australians are a very mobile population, showing high levels of permanent movement and nonpermanent circulation within Australia and an increasing level of emigration. This article describes some of the major patterns of Australian internal migration and examines the factors shaping them and the emerging social,...

Journal article

1 Jan 2005
0

Australia's inland agricultural areas have experienced steady population decline over the past 40 years, largely as a result of structural adjustment in agriculture, policy reform, service and infrastructure rationalisation, and diminishing employment opportunities. This article provides an overview of the patterns and processes of migration...