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Martin Bell

Document: Staff Publication

Taylor, J. and Bell, M. ‘Continuity and change in Indigenous Australian population mobility’, in J. Taylor and M. Bell (eds), Population Mobility and Indigenous Peoples in Australasia and North America, Routledge, London and New York, 13–43.

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Taylor, J. and Bell, M. ‘Introduction: New World demography’, in J. Taylor and M. Bell (eds), Population Mobility and Indigenous Peoples in Australasia and North America, Routledge, London, 1–10.

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Taylor, J. and Bell, M. Population Mobility and Indigenous Peoples in Australasia and North America, Routledge, London and New York, xvi+277pp.

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Memmott, P., Long, S., Bell, M., Taylor, J. and Brown, D. Between Places: Indigenous Mobility in Remote and Rural Australia, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, Brisbane.

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Bell, M. and Taylor, J. ‘Conclusion: emerging research themes’, in J. Taylor and M. Bell (eds), Population Mobility and Indigenous Peoples in Australasia and North America, Routledge, London and New York, 262–7.

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Taylor, J. and Bell, M. 'Towards comparative measures of circulation: Insights from Indigenous Australia', Population Space and Place, DOI: 10.1002/psp.695, 12pp.

Document: CAEPR Seminar

 

This paper was presented by Professors John Taylor and Martin Bell at the 'Social Science Perspectives on the 2008 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey' conference, 11-12 April 2001, The Australian National University, Canberra. The session title was 'Households in the 2008 NATSISS'.

Document: Discussion Paper

A project under way at the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research aims to establish, for the first time, comparative national parameters of Indigenous population mobility with particular reference to four distinct mobility perspectives, namely: the overall propensities to migrate, the net effect of migration on spatial redistribution, patterns of migration flow and resulting spatial networks, and the spatio-temporal sequence of individual movements over the life course.

Document: Discussion Paper

This paper provides, for the first time, comparative national parameters of Indigenous population mobility. Using a customised 54 region internal migration matrix from the 1991 Census, preliminary findings are presented in regard to three broad perspectives on mobility. First, an analysis is provided of the relative propensity for Indigenous people to migrate.

Document: Discussion Paper

The 1996 Census count of Indigenous Australians included a substantial number of individuals who were not recorded as Indigenous by the previous census. This paper considers the implications of this for interpreting change in employment numbers and provides a methodology for reconciling census data.

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