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The Australian National University

David Martin

Document: CAEPR Seminar

The value of the 'healthy country-healthy people' nexus in promoting physical and psychosocial wellbeing for Aboriginal people in Australia and beyond is the subject of an extensive literature. However, this presentation argues that there is a real question as to these and other putative benefits for Aboriginal communities who are dealing with disruptive social transformations, when only a relatively small proportion of their residents can realistically be engaged in substantive on-country activities, or wish to do so.

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Martin, D.F., Morphy, F., Sanders, W.G. and Taylor, J. Making Sense of the Census: Observations of the 2001 Enumeration in Remote Aboriginal Australia, CAEPR Research Monograph No. 22, ANU E Press, Canberra, 136pp.

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Martin, D.F. and Brady, M. ‘Human rights, drinking rights? Alcohol policy and Indigenous Australians’, The Lancet 364, October 2: 1282­–83.

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Martin, D.F. ‘Designing institutions in the native title recognition space’, in Crossing Boundaries: Cultural, Legal and Historical Issues in Native Title, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, pp. 67–76.

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Martin, D.F. Background Report to Inform Oxfam Australia’s Work with Indigenous Organisations in the Pilbara Region, Report prepared for the Indigenous Australia Program, Oxfam Australia, 28pp.

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Martin, D.F. ‘Governance, cultural appropriateness and accountability within the context of Indigenous self–determination’, in D. Austin-Broos and G. Macdonald (eds), Culture, Economy and Governance in Aboriginal Australia, University of Sydney Press, Sydney, pp.189–202.

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Martin, D.F. 'Rethinking Aboriginal community governance: Challenges for sustainable engagement’, in Community and Local Governance in Australia, P. Smyth, T. Reddel and A. Jones (eds), University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, pp. 108–27.

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Martin, D.F. ‘Enhancing and measuring social sustainability by the minerals industry: A case study of Australian Aboriginal People’, Sustainable Development Indicators in the Minerals Industry, Proceedings of the Aachen International Mining Symposia, RWTH Aachen University, Institute of Mining Engineering, Aachen University, Germany, pp. 663–79.

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Martin, D.F. and Finlayson, J.D. 'Regulating difference: Aborigines in the settler state', in P. Beilharz and T. Hogan (eds), Introducing Sociology - Place, Time and Division, Oxford University Press, Melbourne.

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Martin, D.F. 'Aboriginal sorcery and healing, and the alchemy of Aboriginal policy making', Journal of the Anthropological Society of South Australia, 33: 75-128.

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