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dc.contributor.authorNaroba, Tevita
dc.contributor.supervisorGeorge Curryen_US
dc.contributor.supervisorTimothy Sharpen_US

This thesis examines East Kimberley Indigenous people's financial wellbeing challenges and suggests solutions. Findings reveal poor money habits and barriers like low education. Addressing the hybrid economy's state, market, and customary sectors is vital for improvement. Integrating cultural ways with contemporary money management fosters a 'culture of savings.' This research aids policymakers and service providers in understanding the link between contemporary money strategies and cultural practices, enabling more effective and culturally appropriate programs and services.

dc.publisherCurtin Universityen_US
dc.titleHow the Relationships Between Contemporary Money Management Strategies and Cultural Ways of Knowing can be Better Understood to Improve Financial Wellbeing Amongst Indigenous People Living in Remote East Kimberley (North West Australia) Communitiesen_US
curtin.departmentSchool of Design and the Built Environmenten_US
curtin.accessStatusOpen accessen_US

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