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Survey Analysis for Indigenous Policy in Australia

List of tables

Table 2.1

Movement propensities according to select social, economic and geographic characteristics, 2002 and 2008

Table 2.2

Current duration by previous duration of stay, 2008

Table 2.3

Percentage distribution of chronic movers and long term stayers by reasons for moving, labour force status and housing tenure, 2008

Table 4.1

High risk alcohol consumption, estimated Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations, Australia, 2007–08

Table 4.2

High risk alcohol consumption, all ages, Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations, Australia, 2007–08

Table 4.3

Death rates from alcoholic liver cirrhosis and alcohol dependence, Indigenous and non-Indigenous population, Australia, 2000–06

Table 4.4

Deaths from alcoholic liver cirrhosis and alcohol dependence, by Indigenous status and gender (Poisson regression modelling), Australia, 2000–06

Table 4A.1

Deaths from wholly alcohol attributable conditions (Poisson regression modelling), Australia, 2000–06

Table 5.1

Explanatory variables assumed to be associated with self-assessed health, Indigenous Australians, 2008

Table 5.2

Factors associated with self-assessed health, Indigenous Australians, 2008

Table 6.1

Proportion of Indigenous children with selected health/development problems, Australia, 2008

Table 6.2

Summary of selected developmental prompts, facilitators and constraints of Indigenous child development, by remoteness, Australia, 2008

Table 7.1

Association between education and measures of wellbeing, Indigenous males, Australia, 2008

Table 7.2

Association between education and measures of wellbeing, Indigenous females, Australia, 2008

Table 7.3

Factors associated with an index of student happiness, by Indigenous status, Australia, 2006

Table 7.4

Proposed National Closing the Gap Survey

Table 8.1

Labour force status of Indigenous working-age men and women in 2002 and 2008 by selected characteristics

Table 8.2

Multinomial logit regression estimates on the determinants of labour force status for Indigenous working-age men (odds ratios)

Table 8.3

Multinomial logit regression estimates on the determinants of labour force status for Indigenous working-age women (odds ratios)

Table 8.4

Marginal effects of education in non-remote and remote areas: Comparing 2002 and 2008 estimates

Table 8A.1

Summary statistics on regression variables for labour force status (means/proportions and standard deviations)

Table 8A.2

Multinomial logit regression estimates on the determinants of labour force status for Indigenous working-age men (marginal effects)

Table 8A.3

Multinomial logit regression estimates on the determinants of labour force status for Indigenous working-age women (marginal effects)

Table 8A.4

Multinomial logit regression estimates on the determinants of labour force status for Indigenous working-age men, non-remote locations (marginal effects)

Table 8A.5

Multinomial logit regression estimates on the determinants of labour force status for Indigenous working-age women, non-remote locations (marginal effects)

Table 8A.6

Multinomial logit regression estimates on the determinants of labour force status for Indigenous working-age men, remote locations (marginal effects)

Table 8A.7

Multinomial logit regression estimates on the determinants of labour force status for Indigenous working-age women, remote locations (marginal effects)

Table 9.1

Indigenous population (%) who participated in selected activities: By demographic, geographic and employment characteristics, Australia, 2008

Table 9.2

Factors associated with the probability of participating in harvesting activities in the last 12 months, by remoteness classification, Australia, 2008

Table 9.3

Factors associated with the probability of participating in Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander cultural activities in the last 12 months, by remoteness classification, Australia, 2008

Table 9.4

Reasons for participating in selected activities, by remoteness, Australia, 2008

Table 9.5

Percentage of population who participated in selected activities, by health and wellbeing, Australia, 2008

Table 10.1

Factors associated with cash problems in the last 12 months, Australia, 2008

Table 10.2

Ability to raise $2000 cash within a week, Australia, 2008

Table 10A.1

Descriptive statistics for GSS regressions

Table 10A.2

Descriptive statistics for NATSISS regressions

Table 11.1a

Frequencies for the non-remote sample, Indigenous Australia, 2008

Table 11.1b

Frequencies for the remote sample, Indigenous Australia, 2008

Table 11.2

Victimisation rates by area, Indigenous Australia, 2008

Table 11.3a

Logistic models for the non-remote sample

Table 11.3b

Logistic models for the remote sample

Table 11.4

Marginal effects for selected variables for non-remote and remote area models

Table 12.1

Indigenous housing utilisation by ASGC Remoteness Area, Australia, 2008

Table 12.2

Indigenous housing utilisation by household composition, Australia, 2008

Table 12.3

Indigenous household utilisation by household type, Australia, 2008

Table 12.4

Logistic regression model of Indigenous crowding

Table 12.5

Summary of bedroom sharing criteria from the CNOS, 1991

Table 12.6

Models of ‘crowding’ utilised by various governments

Table 12.7

Proportion of Indigenous households living in ‘overcrowded’ conditions, by number of bedrooms, State and Territory, Australia, 2008

Table 12.8

Proportion of Indigenous households living in ‘overcrowded’ conditions by type of location, State and Territory, Australia, 2008

Table 12.9

Categories of homelessness employed by ABS

Table 12.10

Average numbers of adults and children sleeping in the jilimi per night as sampled over 221 nights, 1998–2001

Table 12.11

Types of residents in jilimi over the 221 nights, 1998–2001

Table 12.12

Analysis of current policy terms, household enumeration, Australia

Table 13.1

Rotated factor pattern, cultural variables, Indigenous Australia, 2008

Table 13.2

Standardised cultural factor scores: Mean score for Indigenous people in remote and non-remote areas, Indigenous Australia, 2008

Table 13.3

Wellbeing indicators: Regression results, Indigenous Australia, 2008

Table 13.4

Psychological stress: Logistic regression results controlling for discrimination, Indigenous people living in non-remote areas (odds ratios), Indigenous Australia, 2008

Table 13A.1

Cultural variables included in exploratory factor analysis and weighted means, Indigenous Australia, 2008

Table 13A.2

Logistic regression models for ‘mainstream’ outcomes (odds ratios), Indigenous Australia, 2008


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