Being Ceduna : survival on the far west coast of South Australia
This thesis is about survival in the Far West Coast town of Ceduna, South Australia. In particular, the idea of ‘being Ceduna’ is discussed in the context of the survival ethic which permeates, and forms a prevailing condition for, sociality in the town. I have aimed at producing a substantial ethnography about white people living in rural and remote South Australia which can be used as a basis for comparison with other culture. The work describes various classifications of person in Ceduna...[Show more]
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