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Examining the links between housing and nine key socio cultural factors : final report / authored by Patrick Mullins, John Western for the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, Queensland Research Centre
Bib ID 3262270
Format BookBook
Author
Mullins, Patrick
 
Description Melbourne : Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, 2001 
56 leaves ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 1877005134
1877005142
Notes

Cover title.

"November 2001"

Bibliography: leaf 56.

Subjects Housing -- Australia.  |  Housing surveys -- Australia.  |  Quality of life -- Australia.  |  Evaluation research (Social action programs) -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Western, John  |  Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute

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