This paper utilises 1986 Census data to examine the demographic and economic characteristics of Aboriginal people in Australia's remotest locations. In so doing three objectives are fulfilled. First, to assert that it is important to examine Aboriginal society in a spatial context. Second, to demonstrate how Census statistics may be manipulated to isolate meaningful spatial sub-categories of the Aboriginal population. Third, to consider the extent to which extreme remote location for a...[Show more]
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