Most studies have either considered itinerancy as an abstract concept, or have addressed various professions in isolation. Absent from the discussion has been both an overarching, holistic framework for the understanding of itinerancy in nineteenth and early twentieth century Australia. This document provides a systematic assessment of the characteristics of various professions that are recorded as having been mobile / itinerant, and the various attributes that circumscribe the itinerant component.
|Place of Publication||Albury, NSW, Australia|
|Publisher||Charles Sturt University|
|Commissioning body||Institute for Land, Water and Society|
|Publication status||Published - 20 Apr 2017|
|Name||Institute for Land, Water and Society Report|
|Publisher||Institute for Land, Water and Society|
Gonzalez, P., Spennemann, D., & Allan, C. (2017). Itinerant Workers in nineteenth-century Australia: a Survey of their Attributes. (Institute for Land, Water and Society Report ). Charles Sturt University.