The mobility status of Indigenous Australians
This paper provides, for the first time, comparative national parameters of Indigenous population mobility. Using a customised 54 region internal migration matrix from the 1991 Census, preliminary findings are presented in regard to three broad perspectives on mobility. First, an analysis is provided of the relative propensity for Indigenous people to migrate. Secondly, the effects of migration on spatial redistribution are examined, particularly in regard to regional patterns of net migration...[Show more]
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