In pursuit of culturally relevant indicators of Indigenous wellbeing
Wellbeing as a measure for evidence-based policy has gained prominence internationally and nationally. There is now widespread recognition that wellbeing is multidimensional and contextually and culturally constructed. Despite this, the tendency has been to establish universal criteria and indicators for the measurement of wellbeing. One problem with such universal applications is that the different meanings and understandings of what...[Show more]
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