North Australia Research: some past themes and new directions
NARU’s research brief is defined as the study of socio-economic problems associated with the consequences of development now taking place in north Australia. The geographical area of interest remains the whole of northern Australia, broadly defined as that part of the continent north of the Tropic of Capricorn, although this was not to be seen as a rigid boundary. The primary area of interest at NARU is in the social sciences, although work into the natural sciences is not excluded. At least...[Show more]
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