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The human colonisation of Australia: optical dates of 53,000 and 60,000 years bracket human arrival at Deaf Adder Gorge, Northern Territory
The date at which people entered Australia has important implications for the debate on modern human origins. Thermoluminescence dates of 50–60 ka, reported for initial occupation of the MalakunanjaExpand
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New Geographies of Citizenship
This paper explores an emerging agenda of the geographies of citizenship. Citizenship studies has become an established multidisciplinary arena of academic study, and in part it has developed aExpand
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How tiKAnGA GuiDes AnD ProteCts tHe reseArCH ProCess: insiGHts From tHe HAuorA tA - ne ProJeCt
This paper examines Maori research practices in the context of a current project exploring the health of Maori men. Drawing on experiences of the researchers in undertaking the study to date, weExpand
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Fire-Stick Farming
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Archaeological Research in Kakadu National Park.
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The Geographies of Policy Translation: How Nudge Became the Default Policy Option
This paper examines the emergence of libertarian paternalism or ‘nudge’ as a rationale of government in the UK and charts the way in which this development has been enabled by, and has enabled, aExpand
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New optical and radiocarbon dates from Ngarrabullgan Cave, a Pleistocene archaeological site in Australia: Implications for the comparability of time clocks and for the human colonization of Australia
The human settlement of Australia falls into that period where dating is hard because it is near or beyond the reliable limit of radiocarbon study; instead a range of luminescence methods are beingExpand
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Cultural competence in medical education: aligning the formal, informal and hidden curricula
The concept of cultural competence has become reified by inclusion as an accreditation standard in the US and Canada, in New Zealand it is demanded through an Act of Parliament, and it pervadesExpand
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Accelerator radiocarbon dating of human blood proteins in pigments from Late Pleistocene art sites in Australia
Absolute dating of rock paintings has always used an indirect means, generally by dating material in strata sealing or overlying the pictures. AMS dating of very small carbon samples now allowsExpand
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Tasmanian Aborigines and Dogs
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