Ngoonjook Edition 27

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:
Batchelor Institute’s ‘both-ways’ journey: 1968-1985 by Leon J. White
Patterns of habitat use by desert birds: a snap shot by Sonia C. Tidemann and Shane Wright
Murrinh tetemanthai ngarra murrinh court nukun: ‘The difficult language belonging to the court’: report of the Murrinh Patha Legal Glossary Project by Lysbeth Ford and Dominic McCormack (llb)
When you can’t even buy a bedtime story by Melodie Bat
The survival of the Indigenous economy: theoretical approaches by Howard Sercombe
Book review by Stephen A. Harrop


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Leon J. White
Sonia C. Tidemann
Shane Wright
Lysbeth Ford
Dominic McCormack
Melodie Bat
Howard Sercombe
Stephen A. Harrop


Mary-Anne Michaels
Joy Brown
Topsy Fisher

Desktop Publisher: 

Joanne Wood


LeeAnne Mahaffey
Nicholas Mastaglia
Maree Klesch
Glennis Bibra
Dr. Lys Ford
Prue King
Karen Manton
Tom Ober
Sean Ryan
Dr. Sonia Tideman

Graphic Designer: 

Nicholas Mastaglia

Colour Format: 

Colour Cover, Black & White Pages

Binding Type: 

Saddle Stapled
Dimensions: 235 mm × 205 mm × 15 mm
Weight: 200 g

Date Published: 

Monday, December 19, 2005