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Vanessa Corunna

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  1. How should government respond to affordability problems in regional and rural housing markets?

    Author(s): Andrew Beer, Selina Tually, Steven Rowley, Fiona Haslam McKenzie, Christina Birdsall-Jones, Vanessa Corunna, Julia Schlapp

    Description: This bulletin provides details of the key findings and policy implications from the completed AHURI research project The drivers of housing supply and demand in rural and regional centres.

    Type: Other

    Beer, A., Tually, S., Rowley, S., McKenzie, F.H., Birdsall-Jones, C., Corunna, V. and Schlapp, J. (2012) How should government respond to affordability problems in regional and rural housing markets?, AHURI No. 154, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/research-and-policy-bulletins/154

  2. Modelling crowding in Aboriginal Australia

    Author(s): Paul Memmott; Christina Birdsall-Jones; Carroll Go-Sam; Kelly Greenop; Vanessa Corunna

    Description: This report provides a review of the relevant literature on models of household crowding used internationally. It then reviews selected case studies from research on a number of Australian Aboriginal communities in the varying settings of remote, regional and urban areas.

    Type: Other

    Memmott, P., Birdsall-Jones, C., Go-Sam, C., Greenop, K. and Corunna, V. (2011) Modelling crowding in Aboriginal Australia, AHURI Positioning Paper No. 141, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/position-papers/141

  3. The drivers of supply and demand in Australia’s rural and regional centres

    Author(s): Andrew Beer; Selina Tually; Steven Rowley; Fiona Haslam McKenzie; Julia Schlapp; Christina Birdsall-Jones; Vanessa Corunna

    Description: This report addresses the question: How do the drivers of supply and demand for housing in regional and rural centres affect the supply of affordable housing?

    Type: research

    Beer, A., Tually, S., Rowley, S., McKenzie, F.H., Schlapp, J., Birdsall-Jones, C. and Corunna, V. (2011) The drivers of supply and demand in Australia’s rural and regional centres, AHURI Final Report No. 165, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/165

  4. Indigenous homelessness

    Author(s): Christina Birdsall-Jones; Nalita Turner; Vanessa Corunna; Gemma Smart; Wendy Shaw

    Description: This research found that the Indigenous understanding of homelessness, and response to housing need, is shaped by kinship obligations which are deeply embedded in the structure of Indigenous society. Those without housing will approach kinfolk for shelter first, and will usually be given a place to stay. This can conceal the rate of secondary homelessness among Indigenous people and result in permanent overcrowding.

    Type: Other

    Birdsall-Jones, C., Turner, N., Corunna, V., Snart, G., Shaw, W. (2010) Indigenous homelessness, AHURI Research and Policy Bulletin No. 134, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/research-and-policy-bulletins/134

  5. Indigenous homelessness

    Author(s): Christina Birdsall-Jones; Vanessa Corunna; Nalita Turner

    Description: This research is to undertake a comparative analysis of Indigenous homelessness in the contrasting settings of major cities and regional country town centres. The research sought to compare the understandings of Indigenous homelessness held by Indigenous homeless people, and those of the providers of services to Indigenous homeless people. It offers an analysis of the relationship between homelessness, household overcrowding and mobility patterns in the context of Indigenous culture.

    Type: research

    Birdsall-Jones, C., Corunna, V., Turner, N. (2010) Indigenous homelessness, AHURI Final Report No. 143, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/143

  6. The housing careers of Indigenous urban households

    Author(s): Christina Birdsall-Jones; Vanessa Corunna

    Description: The setting of Indigenous social life in the towns and cities of Western Australia is the family community. The family community is an assemblage of kinsfolk who cooperate over time and distance economically, socially and politically. Housing is an integral feature of the economy of the family community in that the homes that belong to kinsfolk, whether rental or owned, constitute a resource open to use by the membership of the family community. People live primarily at one place, but may be welcomed as residents at one another's homes for reasons originating in the need to maintain kin associations, or through lack of any available housing alternatives. The idea of being a part of a family community is among the most strongly held elements of Indigenous identity. The provision of housing

    Type: research

    Birdsall-Jones, C., Corunna, V. (2008) The housing careers of Indigenous urban households, AHURI Final Report No. 112, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/112

  7. Understanding the housing careers and aspirations of urban Indigenous households

    Author(s): Christina Birdsall-Jones, Vanessa Corunna

    Description: "This bulletin provides details of the key findings and policy implications from the completed AHURI research project The housing careers of Indigenous urban households."

    Type: Other

    Birdsall-Jones, C., Corunna, V. (2008) Understanding the housing careers and aspirations of urban Indigenous households, AHURI Research and Policy Bulletin No. 98, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/research-and-policy-bulletins/98