2010: Dialogue Volume 29 – Number 1

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The heartland: Voices from Central Australia Part 2

  • President’s report—Barry McGaw
  • The heartland: Voices from Central Australia Part 2
    • From beast of burden to symbol of the desert/feral Animal: The metamorphoses of the camel in central Australia—Petronella Vaarzon-Morel and Glenn Edwards
    • Living to work, or working to live: Intercultural understandings of livelihoods—Jocelyn Davies and Yiheyis Maru
    • The viability of ‘hub’ settlements—Mark Moran
    • The future of homelands/outstations—Seán Kerins
    • Support and advocacy for Indigenous young people on a regional basis – the CAYLUS model—Gillian Shaw
    • The petrol sniffing strategy: A case study—Tristan Ray and Blair McFarland
    • Mt Theo Program – Warlpiri Youth Development Aboriginal Corporation—Brett Badger
    • A small program under threat—Meg Mooney
    • Central Australian endangered languages: So what?—Josephine Caffery
  • Books
  • Academy news and reports
  • Sisters of Sisyphus? Human service professions and the new public management—Gabrielle Meagher, Raewyn Connell and Barbara Fawcett

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