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A view from the ground: life-world experiences of four Aboriginal children in a Western Australian desert community

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posted on 2023-05-22, 11:59 authored by Edmondson, IJ
Broome occupies a tiny portion of coastline in the Kimberley region of far North Western Australia (Figure 1). From an aerial perspective, the town spreads seductively below, clusters of single story buildings partially hidden amongst vigorous leafy green. Broome lies vulnerably sandwiched between the deep milky aqua of salt-laden Roebuck Bay to the West and the encroaching creep of ochre desert to the East, where horizontal terrain stretches hundreds of kilometres and melts into hazy horizon.

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Publication title

Childrens lifeworlds locating indigenous voices

Editors

Gerber, R & Robertson, M

Pagination

33-56

ISBN

978-1-60456-064-0

Department/School

Faculty of Education

Publisher

Nova Science Publishers

Place of publication

New York

Extent

15

Repository Status

  • Restricted

Socio-economic Objectives

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education not elsewhere classified

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