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  • Year: 2012
  • Author: Robyn Mayes
  • Publisher: Peel Community Development Group
  • Country: Australia
  • State/Region: Peel, Western Australia

Published in November 2001, Peel Away the Mask: A Study of the Social Condition of the Peel Region (PATM) provided an overview of socio-economic trends and drivers in the Peel region. The region has grown and changed substantially in the intervening decade.

This report, Peel Away the Mask II (PATM II), is a follow-up study to the 2001 document. It draws on official statistical sources and the findings of a qualitative research process throughout the region’s five constituent local government areas to provide a contemporary view of socio-economic trends and drivers manifest in the Peel region.

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