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Contextualising measures of everyday discrimination experienced by Aboriginal peoples: A place-based analysis from central Australia

Wright, Alyson; Davis, Vanessa Napaltjarri; Bourke, Sarah; Lovett, Raymond; Foster, Denise; Klerck, Michael; Yap, Mandy; Richardson, Alice; Sanders, William; Banks, Emily


Everyday discrimination is a deeply personal experience, which is influenced by the wider community, as well as complex social and historical contexts. In Australia, the most recent national data for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples reports the highest prevalence of everyday discrimination among those living in remote regions compared with urban and regional areas. Given the diversity in settlement types in remote Australia, a placebased analysis can inform the extent of...[Show more]

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Date published: 2022-10-29
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of Rural Studies
DOI: 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2022.10.011


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