Mobile people, mobile measures: limitations and opportunities for mobility analysis

Taylor, John and Bell, Martin (2012). Mobile people, mobile measures: limitations and opportunities for mobility analysis. In: Boyd Hunter and Nicholas Biddle, Survey Analysis for Indigenous Policy in Australia: Social Science Perspectives. Social Science Perspectives on the 2008 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Social Survey, Canberra, ACT, Australia, (13-34). 11-12 April 2011.

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Author Taylor, John
Bell, Martin
Title of paper Mobile people, mobile measures: limitations and opportunities for mobility analysis
Conference name Social Science Perspectives on the 2008 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Social Survey
Conference location Canberra, ACT, Australia
Conference dates 11-12 April 2011
Convener Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR); Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)
Proceedings title Survey Analysis for Indigenous Policy in Australia: Social Science Perspectives
Series Research monograph (Australian National University. Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research)
Place of Publication The Australian National University
Publisher ANU E Press
Publication Year 2012
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 9781922144188
9781922144195
Editor Boyd Hunter
Nicholas Biddle
Volume 32
Start page 13
End page 34
Total pages 22
Chapter number 2
Total chapters 14
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Abstract/Summary As the third in a (now) regular round of National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Surveys (NATSISS), the 2008 survey is an important addition to the ever-growing armoury of statistical information available to governments and others in their analysis of the social, cultural and economic circumstances of Indigenous Australians. This survey activity is important because it provides the basis for determining change in individual and group circumstances since the first survey in 1994 and it lays a foundation for considering this into the future. Current results may also now be added to the volume of information available from the last two census rounds to contribute to what has become an almost constant flow of national and jurisdictional data.
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Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes This monograph presents the refereed, and peer-reviewed, edited proceedings of a conference organised by Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR); Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS): "Survey Analysis for Indigenous policy in Australia: Social science perspectives"

 
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