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The Resource An investigation into the influx of Indigenous 'visitors' to Darwin's Long Grass from remote NT communities : phase 2 : Being undesirable : law, health and life in Darwin's Long Grass, Catherine Holmes and Eva McRae-Williams

An investigation into the influx of Indigenous 'visitors' to Darwin's Long Grass from remote NT communities : phase 2 : Being undesirable : law, health and life in Darwin's Long Grass, Catherine Holmes and Eva McRae-Williams

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An investigation into the influx of Indigenous 'visitors' to Darwin's Long Grass from remote NT communities : phase 2 : Being undesirable : law, health and life in Darwin's Long Grass
Title
An investigation into the influx of Indigenous 'visitors' to Darwin's Long Grass from remote NT communities
Title remainder
phase 2 : Being undesirable : law, health and life in Darwin's Long Grass
Statement of responsibility
Catherine Holmes and Eva McRae-Williams
Title variation
  • Investigation into the influx of Indigenous 'visitors' to Darwin's Long Grass from remote Northern Territory communities
  • Being undesirable
Title variation remainder
law, health and life in Darwin's Long Grass
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Additional physical form
Also available in an electronic version online via the Internet. Address as at 26 February 2010: http://www.ndlerf.gov.au/pub/Monograph_33.pdf.
Cataloging source
AIC
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Holmes, Catherine
Dewey number
305.89915
Funding information
"Funded by the National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund, an initiative of the National Drug Strategy"
Government publication
federal national government publication
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • McRae-Williams, Eva
  • National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund (Australia)
Series statement
Monograph series / NDLERF,
Series volume
no. 33
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Homeless persons
  • Aboriginal Australian homeless persons
Label
An investigation into the influx of Indigenous 'visitors' to Darwin's Long Grass from remote NT communities : phase 2 : Being undesirable : law, health and life in Darwin's Long Grass, Catherine Holmes and Eva McRae-Williams
Link
http://www.ndlerf.gov.au/pub/Monograph_33.pdf
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 73-77)
Contents
Ch. 1: Introduction : Research questions and aims -- Ch. 2: Literature review : Aboriginals in Darwin: a "problem" constructed and reproduced by mainstream society; Mobility and reasons for staying in the Long Grass; Experiencing traumatic events; Trauma-related illness, treatment and self-medication; Responding to trauma: safe and stable shelter; The role of stigma in health; Understanding homelessness beyond a housing deficit -- Ch.3: research design: Stage 1 methods : voices from the Long Grass; Stage 2 methods: Aboriginal experiences with trauma events and symptoms; Stage 3 methods: non-Indigenous views of people in the Long Grass -- Ch. 4: Voices from the Long Grass (stage one) : Increasing Aboriginal primary homelessness; An aged population in the Long Grass; Preferred camping places; Key problems in the Long Grass; Daily activities in the Long Grass; Alcohol use and conceptions of abstinence; Long Grass perceptions of the Northern Territory Emergency Response -- Ch. 5: Trauma events and symptoms (stage two): Experiencing, witnessing or hearing trauma events; Experience of trauma symptoms in past week; DSM III R and AAVHTQ scores -- Ch. 6: Non-Indigenous views of the Long Grass : Perceptions of who stays in the Long Grass; Perceptions on the main reasons for staying in the Long Grass; Perceptions of problems caused by people staying in the Long Grass; Participants' views on what should be done to address problems; The final diatribe -- Ch. 7: Concluding discussion -- Ch. 8: Recommendations -- Appendix 1: Ethics approval -- Appendix 2: Indigenous people in Long Grass semi-structured interview - stage 1 fieldwork -- Appendix 3: AAVHTQ - stage 2 fieldwork -- Appendix 4: Strengths and limitations of Atkinson's (2007) AAVHTQ -- Appendix 5: Non-Indigenous peoples' perceptions semi-structured survey - stage 3 fieldwork
Control code
000045275653
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
viii, 91 p.
Isbn
9780980465488
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)512515607
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System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader required to view/print PDF files
Terms governing use
Commonwealth of Australia 2008.
Label
An investigation into the influx of Indigenous 'visitors' to Darwin's Long Grass from remote NT communities : phase 2 : Being undesirable : law, health and life in Darwin's Long Grass, Catherine Holmes and Eva McRae-Williams
Link
http://www.ndlerf.gov.au/pub/Monograph_33.pdf
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 73-77)
Contents
Ch. 1: Introduction : Research questions and aims -- Ch. 2: Literature review : Aboriginals in Darwin: a "problem" constructed and reproduced by mainstream society; Mobility and reasons for staying in the Long Grass; Experiencing traumatic events; Trauma-related illness, treatment and self-medication; Responding to trauma: safe and stable shelter; The role of stigma in health; Understanding homelessness beyond a housing deficit -- Ch.3: research design: Stage 1 methods : voices from the Long Grass; Stage 2 methods: Aboriginal experiences with trauma events and symptoms; Stage 3 methods: non-Indigenous views of people in the Long Grass -- Ch. 4: Voices from the Long Grass (stage one) : Increasing Aboriginal primary homelessness; An aged population in the Long Grass; Preferred camping places; Key problems in the Long Grass; Daily activities in the Long Grass; Alcohol use and conceptions of abstinence; Long Grass perceptions of the Northern Territory Emergency Response -- Ch. 5: Trauma events and symptoms (stage two): Experiencing, witnessing or hearing trauma events; Experience of trauma symptoms in past week; DSM III R and AAVHTQ scores -- Ch. 6: Non-Indigenous views of the Long Grass : Perceptions of who stays in the Long Grass; Perceptions on the main reasons for staying in the Long Grass; Perceptions of problems caused by people staying in the Long Grass; Participants' views on what should be done to address problems; The final diatribe -- Ch. 7: Concluding discussion -- Ch. 8: Recommendations -- Appendix 1: Ethics approval -- Appendix 2: Indigenous people in Long Grass semi-structured interview - stage 1 fieldwork -- Appendix 3: AAVHTQ - stage 2 fieldwork -- Appendix 4: Strengths and limitations of Atkinson's (2007) AAVHTQ -- Appendix 5: Non-Indigenous peoples' perceptions semi-structured survey - stage 3 fieldwork
Control code
000045275653
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
viii, 91 p.
Isbn
9780980465488
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)512515607
System details
System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader required to view/print PDF files
Terms governing use
Commonwealth of Australia 2008.

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