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People and place in Australia : the 2013 regional wellbeing survey / authors: Jacki Schirmer and Helen Berry
Bib ID 7335549
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
Author
Schirmer, Jacki, author
 
Online Access
Access Conditions National edeposit: Available online. 
Description Canberra ACT : University of Canberra, 2014 
1 online resource (xvii, 35 pages : colour illustrations, colour maps, colour facsimiles)) 
Technical Details

text file : PDF : 3.82MB 

Summary

"The wellbeing of people living in rural and regional areas of Australia is influenced by numerous factors, many of which are different to those experienced by people living in cities. Things like drought, floods, changing environmental health, new industries, changing land uses and migration of residents can all affect the wellbeing of rural and regional communities. Better understanding of wellbeing can support the development of strategies that improve wellbeing, resilience and adaptive capacity of people living in rural and regional Australia. The Regional Wellbeing Survey was established in 2013 to better understand the wellbeing of people and communities in rural and regional Australia, and how different social, economic and environmental changes influence wellbeing. The survey will be repeated in successive years to track how and why wellbeing changes. This report provides 'topline' results of the survey. It is intended to enable the many people and organisations with an interest in the survey to access emerging findings from the data, and will be followed by further in-depth analysis that adds to the initial findings presented here."--Page iii

Notes

"June 2014"

"University of Canberra CeRAPH Centre for Research and Action in Public Health ; MDB futures Collaborative Research Network ; University of Canberra Faculty of Health"-- Cover.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Quality of life -- Australia -- Surveys.  |  Rural health -- Australia -- Surveys.  |  Well-being -- Australia -- Surveys.  |  Household surveys -- Australia.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Berry, Helen, author  |  University of Canberra. Centre for Research and Action in Public Health  |  University of Canberra. Faculty of Health  |  Murray-Darling Basin Futures Collaborative Research Network
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