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Why some people stay longer than intended in the NT

Carson, Dean B. (2008). Why some people stay longer than intended in the NT. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(23):1-5.

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Title Why some people stay longer than intended in the NT
Author Carson, Dean B.
Journal Name Northern Institute Research Brief Series
Publication Date 2008
Issue Number 23
Start Page 1
End Page 5
Total Pages 5
Place of Publication Darwin, NT
Publisher Charles Darwin University, The Northern Institute
Field of Research 1699 - Other Studies in Human Society
Abstract RESEARCH AIM
To identify differences in attitudes to the Northern Territory between those people who stayed longer than they had originally intended and those who did not.
Keywords Northern Territory
Population mobility
Planned lenghts of stay
Change of Intentions
Extending length of stay
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