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|Longitudinal Study:||HILDA||Title:||Community Adaptability Tool - Securing the wealth and wellbeing of rural communities||Authors:||Tanton, Robert
|Institution:||Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation||Publication Date:||2014||Pages:||252||Abstract:||This project developed a methodology, the Community Adaptability Tool (CAT), for enabling communities to assess their socio-economic sustainability in the face of many change processes. This report describes ‘concept testing’ of the specific discipline-based (economics, demography, community development, sociology and social research) components of the CAT, as well as testing of the extent to which they could produce useful socio-economic indicators which communities could use to inform their decision making. Examples have been included of the information collected in three case study sites - Waikerie, St George and Gunnedah.||URL:||https://researchers.cdu.edu.au/en/publications/the-community-adaptability-tool-securing-the-wealth-and-wellbeing||ISBN:||978-1-74254-657-5||Keywords:||Life Events; Satisfaction -- Life; Social Capital -- Communities and Neighbourhoods||Research collection:||Reports and technical papers|
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