Mobility and Community Change in Australia
I. H. Burnley, Robin J. Pryor, Donald Trevor Rowland
University of Queensland Press, 1980 - Social Science - 286 pages
Article by L.R. Smith separately annotated.
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A Queensland rural community
Migration and new mining towns
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Aboriginal accommodation activities areas arrival associated Australia become Belconnen capital census cent central centres cities compared concentration considerable continued decline distance division dwelling economic effect elsewhere employment established ethnic European factors Figure further given Greek groups growth hostel households housing immigrants important included increased indicates individual industrial influence irrigation Italian labour land less living major males mean Melbourne metropolitan migration mining mobility months move movement nature occupational opportunities organizations origin particular pattern percentage period persons population preferred present problems proportion rates reasons reflected regional relatives Renmark residence residential respondents result rural rural areas sample settlement settlers significant social society Source South southern spiralists statistical status stay suburbs suggests survey Sydney Table Tasmania tend towns urban Western workers workforce