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2001'It's just how you've been brought up!': An Aboriginal perspective on the relationship between the law, racism and mental health in N.S.W.Bolt, Reuben; Indigenous Heath Studies
31-Mar-2015The Lililwan* Project – Prevalence of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) in remote Australian Aboriginal communities.*Lililwan means ‘all of the little ones’ in Kimberley Kriol.Fitzpatrick, James Paul
6-Sep-2011Music-Based Language Learning in Remote Australian Indigenous SchoolsCotton, Hugh
2004’Now Balanda Say We Lost Our Land in 1788’: Challenges to the Recognition of Yolŋu Law in Contemporary AustraliaCorn, Aaron; Gumbula, Neparrŋa
2003Nyoongar families in Western Australia: Changes of identity and values and its impact on identityDavis, Cheryl; Indigenous Heath Studies
1-Dec-2012The Participation of Aboriginal People with Disability in Disability Services in NSW, AustraliaGilroy, John
2000Reconciliation: Resolution or rhetoric?Hanna, Penelope; Indigenous Heath Studies
2000Resistance: A process of survival for Balardong peopleKickett, Tracey; Indigenous Heath Studies
2000Sexual abuse of female Aboriginal children: How do we approach the issue? How do we heal the damage caused by abuse?Salvatori, Olwyn; Indigenous Heath Studies
2004Sexual health for New South Wales Aboriginal people: A literature reviewHaining, Anna; Indigenous Heath Studies
13-Oct-2014Shifting sands: the narrative construction of early career aboriginal teachers' professional identities at the cultural interfaceBurgess, Catherine Maree
2004Sound recordings as maruy among the Aborigines of the Daly region of north west AustraliaMarett, Allan
2000A study of the relationship between Aboriginal living conditions and healthMacLachlan, Tara; Indigenous Heath Studies
2000Towards a culturally relevant model for assisted accommodation services for homeless young Aboriginal women: A case for actualising one's potential or the continuing process of subjugation of peoples colonised?Salvatori, Betty; Indigenous Heath Studies
1999Yengarrahween Narrloo: Developing an Aboriginal dispute resolution program for NSWMarshall, Chrissiejoy; Indigenous Heath Studies