The Resource Being undesirable : law, health and life in Darwin's Long Grass, by : The Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation, Research Division : authors: Catherine Holmes, Eva McRae-Williams

Being undesirable : law, health and life in Darwin's Long Grass, by : The Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation, Research Division : authors: Catherine Holmes, Eva McRae-Williams

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Being undesirable : law, health and life in Darwin's Long Grass
Title
Being undesirable
Title remainder
law, health and life in Darwin's Long Grass
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by : The Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation, Research Division : authors: Catherine Holmes, Eva McRae-Williams
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eng
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Holmes, Catherine
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  • McRae-Williams, Eva
  • Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation
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  • Aboriginal Australian homeless persons
  • Psychic trauma
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Being undesirable : law, health and life in Darwin's Long Grass, by : The Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation, Research Division : authors: Catherine Holmes, Eva McRae-Williams
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Publication
Note
"May 2009"
Contents
Introduction : research questions and aims -- 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 -- 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 -- Voices from the Long Grass (stage one) : Increasing Aboriginal primary homelessness; An aged population in the Long Grass; Reasons for leaving home and staying in the Long Grass; Length of stay 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 -- 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 -- Non-Indigenous views of the Long Grass (stage three) : Perceptions of who stays in the Long Grass; Perceptions of the main reason for staying in the Long Grass; Perceptions of problems caused by people staying in the Long Grass; Participants' views of what should be done to address problems; The final diatribe -- Concluding discussion -- Appendix 1: Ethics approval -- Appendix 2: Indigenous people in the Long Grass semi-structured interview -- Appendix 3: AAVHTQ -- Appendix 4: Strengths and limitations of Atkinson's (2207) AAVHTQ -- Appendix 5: Non-Indigenous people's perceptions semi-structured survey
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30 cm.
Extent
xi, 143 p.
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Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Research
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MAR10/121
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Being undesirable : law, health and life in Darwin's Long Grass, by : The Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation, Research Division : authors: Catherine Holmes, Eva McRae-Williams
Publication
Note
"May 2009"
Contents
Introduction : research questions and aims -- 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 -- 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 -- Voices from the Long Grass (stage one) : Increasing Aboriginal primary homelessness; An aged population in the Long Grass; Reasons for leaving home and staying in the Long Grass; Length of stay 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 -- 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 -- Non-Indigenous views of the Long Grass (stage three) : Perceptions of who stays in the Long Grass; Perceptions of the main reason for staying in the Long Grass; Perceptions of problems caused by people staying in the Long Grass; Participants' views of what should be done to address problems; The final diatribe -- Concluding discussion -- Appendix 1: Ethics approval -- Appendix 2: Indigenous people in the Long Grass semi-structured interview -- Appendix 3: AAVHTQ -- Appendix 4: Strengths and limitations of Atkinson's (2207) AAVHTQ -- Appendix 5: Non-Indigenous people's perceptions semi-structured survey
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
xi, 143 p.
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Research
Stock number
MAR10/121

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