Ngoonjook Edition 22

A journal of Australian Indigenous Issues
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Ngoonjook seeks to make relevant material available to an Indigenous readership and to all those interested in Indigenous Australian issues. Themes explored include: education, health, cultural identity, natural and cultural resource management, the arts and linguistics.

Articles in this issue:
Issues in Indigenous Health

  • Past AHW training programs and historical view of Batchelor Institute School of Health Studies by Emma Collins
  • Health worker of the year: an interview by Karina Demasi
  • Advanced Clinical Practice in Oenpelli by Sandra Selems
  • Community Research at Galiwin’ku on risk of diabetes and taking action to prevent it by Leanne Bundhala Dhurrkay & Elizabeth Rrapa Dhurrkay
  • My Belonging Place by Boondi Williams
  • [ M ]other Country by Peg Carmody
  • Towards a culturally based epidemiology by Anne Davies
  • Defining health: The conflict between Western and Aboriginal definitions of health by Lolita Wikander

Both Ways Education

  • Address to the D-BATE graduation, 1987 by Wes Lanhupuy
  • The notion of ‘two-ways’/’both-ways’ schooling by Deidre Jordan
  • Pedagogical principles for Aboriginal teacher education by Robin McTaggart
  • You can’t have it both ways: The politics of Aboriginal self-determination in the context of teacher education at Batchelor College by Michael Cooke
  • Both Ways: a bibliography


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Print Format

Colour Format: 

Colour Cover, Black & White Pages

Binding Type: 

Saddle Stapled
Dimensions: 235 mm × 205 mm × 7 mm
Weight: 200 g