How understanding the Aboriginal Kinship system can inform better policy and practice: Social work research with the Larrakia and Warumungu Peoples of Northern Territory

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King, Karen Christine 2011. How understanding the Aboriginal Kinship system can inform better policy and practice: Social work research with the Larrakia and Warumungu Peoples of Northern Territory. Thesis https://doi.org/10.4226/66/5a96224ac6876
AuthorsKing, Karen Christine
Qualification nameDoctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Abstract

This qualitative inquiry explored the kinship system of both the Larrakia and Warumunga peoples of the Northern territory with the aim of informing social work theory and practice in Australia. It also aimed to return information to the knowledge holders for the purposes of strengthening Aboriginal ways of knowing, being and doing.

Year2011
PublisherACU Research Bank
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.4226/66/5a96224ac6876
Research GroupSchool of Allied Health
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Publication dates01 Jan 2011
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