Measures of Indigenous social capital and their relationship with well-being
Objective: To provide the first estimates of a comprehensive measure of social capital for the Indigenous population and to link the indicators to well-being. Design: Observational study-based. Setting: Household survey. Participants: Nationally representative sample of 7823 Indigenous Australians aged 15years and over who were usual residents of private dwellings. Main outcome measure: Whether or not the respondent felt happy in the last 4weeks all or most of the time (happiness), and whether...[Show more]
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