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|Title:||New Zealanders on the population geography of the Western Island|
|Citation:||New Zealand Geographer, 1999; 55(2):25-35|
|Publisher:||New Zealand Geographical Society|
|Abstract:||New Zealand origin academics have played a key role in the academic study of Australia's population in the post-war period. The paper argues that New Zealanders have contributed not only to the furthering of knowledge of the processes of change in the Australian population but have been important in the teaching of population geography in Australian universities, made inputs into policy relating to population and been influential in the development of the Australian Population Association. Major contributions have been made by New Zealanders not only in the traditionally strong areas of population geography such as internal and international migration but also in the areas of fertility, mortality and ageing.|
|Description:||Article first published online: 28 JUN 2008|
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|Appears in Collections:||Australian Population and Migration Research Centre publications|
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