Hybrid economy research in remote Indigenous Australia: Seeing and supporting the customary in community food economics
Hybrid economy research in remote Indigenous Australia is what Gibson-Graham [2008. Diverse economies: performative practices for "other worlds". Progress in Human Geography, 32 (5), 613-632] describe as a performative ontological project. This research seeks to address the marginalisation of customary economic activities that contribute to the well-being of Indigenous Australians. It aims to make the customary sector more real, more credible and more viable as an object of policy and activism,...[Show more]
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