Emerging and Enduring Inequalities

Cheshire, Lynda, Broom, Alex, McCallum, David, Bond, Christine, Shuttleworth, Russell, Osbaldiston, Nick, Shaw, Sylvie, Marshall, Penelope, Dempsey, Deborah, Hewitt, Belinda, Collyer, Fran, Lorman, Douglas, Hickey, Andrew, Vasta, Ellie, Koleth, Elsna, Williamson, Becky, Ford, Margot, Ozkul, Derya, Broom, Alexander, Cheshire, Lynda, Zinn, Jens O., Possamai-Inesedy, Alphia, Crichton, Merrilyn, Thompson, Lyndal-Joy, Chesters, Jenny, Sikora, Joanna, Rice, James, Spies-Butcher, Ben, Bowman, Dina, Matthews, Julie, Patulny , Roger, Sinclair, Jennifer, Holmes, Mary, Petray, Theresa, Ezzy, Douglas, Halahoff, Anna, Woodman, Dan, Threadgold, Steve, MacLean, Sarah, Harley, Kirsten, Natalier, Kris, Masterman-Smith, Helen, Barton, Ruth, Moskos, Megan, and Gregory, Sheree (2012) Emerging and Enduring Inequalities. Proceedings of the Australian Sociological Association . The Australian Sociological Association, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

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The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference 2012 will be a joint event including both TASA and the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ), including a special trans-Tasman plenary session.

Research Statement

Research Background This collection of refereed papers were presented at the 2012 conference of The Australian Sociological Association, Emerging and Enduring Inequalities in the session on the Sociology of Indigenous Issues.
Research Contribution These papers add to the growing field of Indigenous sociology. They expand the application of theory to Indigenous issues.
Research Significance These papers demonstrate the importance of sociological analysis in the study of Indigenous issues.
Item ID: 24817
Item Type: Book (Edited)
ISBN: 978-0-646-58783-7
Date Deposited: 07 Feb 2013 02:42
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