CHE PhD Completion seminar: Kinship Networks and Population Cohesion in Space and Time: A Case Study for the Indigenous Population for the Central Murray Darling Basin

4.00pm-5.00pm, Wed 6th July 2016
Level 5, Seminar Room 515, 207 Bouverie Street, Carlton

James Rose: PhD Candidate, Centre for Health Equity

This thesis comprises an augmented kinship network analysis of the Indigenous
population of the Central Murray Darling Basin (CMDB) in South-East Australia.

Building on the established anthropological methodology of kinship network analysis
(KNA), this study implements additional computational metrics to generate a novel form
of 3-dimensional population modelling, visualising the distribution of kinship networks in
geographic space and historical time.

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