Karribidyidkarmerren: towards a co-operative intercultural approach to community safety in Arnhem Land
This seminar presents the findings from three years of doctoral research. The multidisciplinary research draws on criminology and applied anthropology to develop an intercultural concept of Indigenous community safety. The research fieldwork was undertaken in 2016 and includes 19 semi-structured interviews and 55 questionnaires in a remote Arnhem Land community. This concept of Indigenous community safety: 1) embraces the strength based elements of kinship, dreaming and ceremonies 2) identifies...[Show more]
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