Reproducing exclusion or inclusion? Implications for the wellbeing of Indigenous Australian children
This paper is exploratory. It examines the analytic usefulness and practical implications of the concepts of ‘exclusion’ and ‘inclusion’ in a cross-cultural context. The focus is on the socioeconomic wellbeing of Indigenous children, in the context of the families and households in which they live. First, the current dimensions and trends of Indigenous children’s socioeconomic status are analysed using key indicators from the 2001 Census. Interpretive depth is given to that quantitative...[Show more]
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