The relative economic status of Indigenous people in Victoria, 1991 and 1996
Census data remain the primary source of information on the economic status of Indigenous Australians in Victoria, and certainly the most comprehensive. However, some care is required in their interpretation for public policy purposes. In particular, it should be noted that any change in characteristics observed between censuses does not necessarily apply to the population identified at the start of the intercensal period. In fact, because of the identification of a greater than expected...[Show more]
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