Aboriginal Housing: The State of the Art (or The Non-state of the Art)

Memmott, Paul (1988, June 01). Aboriginal Housing: The State of the Art (or The Non-state of the Art). Architecture Australia, p.34-45.

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Author Memmott, Paul
Title Aboriginal Housing: The State of the Art (or The Non-state of the Art)
Newspaper Architecture Australia
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 1988-06-01
Start page 34
End page 45
Publisher architecture media
Subject 310000 Architecture, Urban Environment and Building
420305 Aboriginal Cultural Studies
Abstract/Summary The provision of housing for Aboriginal people has been a thorn in the side of successive Governments for many years. However the problems of Aboriginal housing are unlikely to ever be resolved until they are adequately understood. Dr Memmott reviews the problems and suggests how the search for long term solutions might be begun.
Keyword Aboriginal housing
Indigenous housing

 
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