Ngoonjook Edition 32

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:

  • Empowering research with Indigenous communities by Pat Dudgeon
  • The cross-institutional Indigenous research project: a proposal for a collaborative approach to the development of Indigenous researchers by Dr Laura Brearley
  • From consumers to creators: the importance of getting your work published by Anthony McMahon
  • Indigenous imprint: multimedia/intermedia strategies as an Indigenous dissemination tool for practice-based research by Dr Sandy O’Sullivan
  • Paper 2: Both-ways: philosophy to practice by Robyn Ober & Melodie Bat
  • Indigenous research: Aboriginal knowledge creation by Dr Veronica Arbon
  • Indigenous researchers reflect at the Indigenous Research Forum by Robyn Ober & Dr. Lyn Fasoli
  • Cultural diversity at work: do we need it? by Beth Mildred
  • A case study of how Hawaiians are able to negotiate their cultural space within their Hawaiian workplace environment by Dr Kerri-Ann Kealohapau`ole Hewett
  • Imprisonment of the many: capacity building or community demolition? by Brian Steels


Print Format

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Pat Dudgeon
Dr Laura Brearley
Anthony McMahon
Dr Sandy O’Sullivan
Robyn Ober
Melodie Bat
Dr Veronica Arbon
Robyn Ober
Dr Lyn Fasoli
Beth Mildred
Dr Kerri-Ann Kealohapau`ole Hewett
Brian Steels


Boliny Wanambi

Project Manager: 

Maree Klesch

Desktop Publisher: 

LeeAnne Mahaffey


Maree Klesch
Prue King
Melodie Bat
Leeanne Mahaffey
Alison Reedy
Eleanor Hogan
Ailsa Purdon
Jeanie Bell
Graeme Cheater

Graphic Designer: 

Lon Garrick

Colour Format: 

Colour Cover, Black & White Pages

Binding Type: 

Perfect Bound
Dimensions: 230 mm × 155 mm × 10 mm
Weight: 200 g

Date Published: 

Friday, January 25, 2008