Towards an index of relative Indigenous socioeconomic disadvantage
Understanding geographic variations in the socioeconomic status of Indigenous peoples is of importance when developing policies aimed at reducing the level of Indigenous disadvantage. Knowledge of geographic variations in socioeconomic status provides an understanding of some of the underlying structural reasons and impediments to improving the socioeconomic status of Indigenous Australians. This paper explores how a variety of indicators of socioeconomic status that can be combined to form a...[Show more]
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