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Living to work, or working to live: intercultural understandings of livelihoods

  • Year: 2010
  • Author: Jocelyn Davies; Yiheyis Maru
  • Journal Name: Dialogue
  • Journal Number: Vol.29, No.1
  • Country: Australia

Paper aims to discuss 'livelihoods' as a concept that has value in understandings both about Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people; and secondly to illustrate how 'livelihoods analysis' can contribute to stronger intercultural understandings of human well-being and regional sustainability.

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