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Health promotion or self-promotion? : a Central Australian Aboriginal alcohol media strategy / by Charlie Maher and Edward Tilton
Bib ID 992908
Format BookBook
Author
Maher, Charlie
 
Description Alice Springs, N.T. : Central Australian Aboriginal Congress, 1994 
16 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. 
Summary

Annotation pending.

Notes

On cover: Community summary.

Bibliography: p. 16.

Subjects Alcoholism in mass media -- Australia, Central.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Australia, Central -- Alcohol use.  |  Aboriginal Australians in mass media -- Australia, Central.  |  Substance use - Alcohol.  |  Race relations - Representation - Media.  |  Health - Education and promotion.  |  Northern Territory - Central NT.
Other authors/contributors Tilton, Edward  |  Central Australian Aboriginal Congress

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