Adelaide Aborigines: A Case Study of Urban Life, 1966-1981
Development Studies Centre, Australian National University, 1982 - Aboriginal Australians - 191 pages
Situation of urban Aborigines compared with studies made in 1966, 1973 and with the non-Aboriginal population; deteriorating economic climate has eroded advantages that led to migration from rural areas; discusses survival strategies and the role of special Aboriginal services in maintaining minimal standard of living; includes wealth of statistical information on occupation, income, education level, unemployment, housing, residential groups, kinship and other networks and mobility.
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