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|Title: ||Origins of Persisting Poor Aboriginal Health: An Historical Exploration of Poor Aboriginal Health and the Continuity of the Colonial Relationship as an Explanation of the Persistence of Poor Aboriginal Health.|
|Authors: ||Bartlett, William Bennett|
|Keywords: ||Aboriginal Health; Aboriginal History; Central Australia; Colonial Relationship|
|Issue Date: ||1998|
|Publisher: ||University of Sydney, Public Health & Community Medicine|
|Abstract: ||The thesis examines the history of Central Australia and specifically the development of health services in the Northern Territory. The continuing colonial realtionships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australia are explored as a reason for the peristence of poor Aboriginal health status, including the cycle of vself destructive behaviours. It rovides an explanation of the importance of community agency to address community problems, and the potential of community controlled ABoriginal health services as vehicles for such community action.|
|Rights and Permissions: ||Copyright Bartlett, William Bennett;http://www.library.usyd.edu.au/copyright.html|
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