Softening the Aboriginal prison experience through architecture: Emerging trends in restorative or ameliorative Aboriginal prison environments

Grant, E. M. (2006). Softening the Aboriginal prison experience through architecture: Emerging trends in restorative or ameliorative Aboriginal prison environments. In: Professor G. Moore, Kate Bishop, Richard Lamb and D. Lu, 1st International Symposium on Environment, Behaviour and Society. 1st International Symposium on Environment, Behaviour and Society, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, (1-14). 9-11 February, 2006.


Author Grant, E. M.
Title of paper Softening the Aboriginal prison experience through architecture: Emerging trends in restorative or ameliorative Aboriginal prison environments
Conference name 1st International Symposium on Environment, Behaviour and Society
Conference location Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney
Conference dates 9-11 February, 2006
Proceedings title 1st International Symposium on Environment, Behaviour and Society
Place of Publication Sydney, Australia
Publisher Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney
Publication Year 2006
Sub-type Fully published paper
Editor Professor G. Moore
Kate Bishop
Richard Lamb
D. Lu
Start page 1
End page 14
Total pages 14
Collection year 2006
Language eng
Subjects E1
680203 Civil
379902 Aboriginal Studies
Q-Index Code E1

 
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