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Survey Analysis for Indigenous Policy in Australia

List of figures

Fig. 2.1

Census and survey based age-specific Indigenous movement rates, Australia, 1996 to 2008

Fig. 2.2

Indigenous movement propensities by State and Territory, 2002 and 2008

Fig. 2.3

Net effects of socioeconomic, spatial and household characteristics on Indigenous mobility: Logistic regression results, 2008

Fig. 2.4

Median duration of residence in current dwelling by age and remoteness, 2008

Fig. 2.5

Duration of residence in current dwelling by age, 2008

Fig. 2.6

Completed durations of stay and proportions remaining, 2008

Fig. 2.7

Segmenting chronic movers from long term stayers

Fig. 3.1

Total fertility rates, Indigenous and total populations, Australia, 1998–2009

Fig. 3.2

Teenage fertility rates, Indigenous and total populations, Australia, 1998–2009

Fig. 3.3

Indigenous age-specific and total fertility rates, Australian States and Territories, 2009

Fig. 3.4

Total fertility rates and cohort size, births to Indigenous women in Australia, 1998–2010

Fig. 6.1

Children within contexts of influence

Fig. 6.2

Child development in the context of the lifecourse

Fig. 6.3

Proportion of Indigenous children in excellent or very good health, by age, Australia, 2008

Fig. 6.4

Proportion of Indigenous children with ear or hearing problems, by age, Australia, 2008

Fig. 6.5

Proportion of Indigenous children with eye or sight problems, by age, Australia, 2008

Fig. 6.6

Distribution of Indigenous children aged 0–14 years by SEIFA deciles, Australia, 2008

Fig. 6.7

Relative odds of excellent or very good health in Indigenous children, by constructs of socioeconomic status, Australia, 2008

Fig. 6.8

Relative odds of excellent or very good health in Indigenous children, by household income, Australia, 2008: Simple and full models

Fig. 8.1

Proportion employed (excluding CDEP) by age group, Australia, 2002 and 2008

Fig. 8.2

Proportion employed (excluding CDEP) by education, Australia, 2002 and 2008

Fig. 8.3

Remote locations: Proportion employed and in CDEP, Australia, 2002 and 2008

Fig. 9.1

Butchered remains of a feral water buffalo near Mumeka outstation, Arnhem Land

Fig. 9.2

Map of the Indigenous estate and discrete Indigenous communities, 2010

Fig. 10.1

Poverty by family type, Australia, 2008

Fig. 10.2

Poverty by household size, Australia, 2008

Fig. 10.3

Poverty by household type, Australia, 2008

Fig. 10.4

Discrimination by equivalised income quintile, Indigenous Australia, 2008

Fig. 12.1

An integrative model of crowding

Fig. 12.2

Example from Musharbash’s description of the Aboriginal value of intimacy in Warlpiri single women’s households

Fig. 12.3

Population distribution within Pipalyatjara on eight survey occasions, 1992

Fig. 12.4

Family group mobility at Pipalyatjara based on three census times, 1992

Fig. 12.5

Settlement plan of south-west side of Ti Tree Township, Aboriginal campsites occupied and unoccupied, 2005–06

Fig. 12.6

A house built at Ngukurr, Northern Territory, 1998–99

Fig. 13.1

Proportion of Indigenous people reporting experiencing discrimination in past 12 months, by remoteness and strength of cultural identity, Australia, 2008


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