Indigenous Settlements of Australia

Memmott, Paul and Moran, Mark (2001) Indigenous Settlements of Australia. , Australia: State of the Environment Second Technical Paper Series (Human Settlements), Series 2, Department of the Environment and Heritage, Commonwealth of Australia.

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Author Memmott, Paul
Moran, Mark
Title Indigenous Settlements of Australia
School, Department or Centre Australia: State of the Environment Second Technical Paper Series (Human Settlements), Series 2
Institution Department of the Environment and Heritage, Commonwealth of Australia
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 2001-01-01
Subject 379902 Aboriginal Studies
310000 Architecture, Urban Environment and Building
420305 Aboriginal Cultural Studies
Abstract/Summary This paper provides a national overview of the parallel settlement system which exists across Indigenous Australia. Its aim is to provide a context for the physical planning of Indigenous settlements, one that is cognisant of the range of culturally distinct factors that contribute to the unique character of such settlements. The methodology includes an analysis of census data and a review of existing literature with support from examples and anecdotal evidence from the authors' professional experiences. Shortcomings in the existing research and data on Indigenous settlements are noted, and recommendations are made for further research.
Keyword Indigenous settlement systems
planning of Indigenous settlements

 
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