Ngoonjook Edition 33

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:

  • Speaking notes for Dr R Marika Memorial Service by Leon J White
  • Indigenous Australian visions of the future by Professor Jeannie Herbert
  • Researching remote Aboriginal children's services: it's all about rules by Lyn Fasoli and Ranu James
  • Paper 3: Self-empowerment: researching in a both-ways framework by Robyn Ober and Melodie Bat
  • Milpirri: performance as a bridge that joins the ancient with the modern by Steve Jampij inpa Patrick
  • Accelerated Literacy teaching and its links with Indigenous learning by Jannette Ngale McCormack and Wendy Cowey
  • Hey teacher! You’re waking me up! by Joy Harley
  • Let’s get real! Integrating LLN into Indigenous VET delivery by Alison Reedy
  • ‘Where are you between?’ by Geri Pancini Lucky Dube: connecting countrymen around the world by Ailsa Purdon, Fezile Mpehle and Joe Miller


Print Format

Page Count: 



Ailsa Purdon
Leon J White
Professor Jeannie Herbert
Ranu James
Lyn Fasoli
Robyn Ober
Melodie Bat
Steve Jampijinpa Patrick
Jannette Ngale McCormack
Wendy Cowey
Joy Harley
Alison Reedy
Geri Pancini
Fezile Mpehle
Joe Miller


Reg Wuridjal
Patrick Brown


Melodie Bat

Project Manager: 

Maree Klesch

Desktop Publisher: 

Brooke Ottley


Ailsa Purdon
Maree Klesch
Alison Reedy
Peter Stephenson
Jeanie Bell
Melodie Bat
Mary Ann Butler
Michaela Wilkes
Ingrid Clarke
Ann Williams

Colour Format: 

Full Colour

Binding Type: 

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

Date Published: 

Thursday, September 25, 2008