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100 1  Anderson, Deb 
245 10 Endurance :|bAustralian Stories of Drought 
264  1 Victoria :|bCSIRO Publishing,|c2014 
264  4 |c©2014 
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505 0  Intro -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface and 
       Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Map Showing Interview 
       Sites -- Climate, Culture and Context -- One: Drought as a
       Cultural Concept -- Endurance: A Test of Character -- 
       Mediating Rurality: A Defining Story of National Identity 
       -- What of the Experience of Drought? -- Two: Redefining 
       Drought -- Rural Drought: The Overarching Context -- Myths
       of Nature -- Climate Cycles and the Legacy of Weather Lore
       -- Australian Drought Science: Early Developments -- 
       Deciles and the Statistical Regulation of Drought -- El 
       Niño and the Rise of Climate Prediction -- The Evolution 
       of Australian Drought Policy -- Drought as a Natural 
       Disaster -- Drought as a Production Risk -- Drought Policy
       as a Tool of Rural Adjustment -- Exceptional Circumstances
       -- Positioning Subjects: Discourse of Risk and Self-
       Reliance -- The Political Economy of Drought -- Three: 
       Making Histories in the Mallee -- A History of Mallee 
       Exceptionalism -- Exodus, 'Excess' and Economic Strife -- 
       Of Memory and Oral History in the Mallee -- Drought 'Makes
       who we are' -- Dwelling in Uncertainty -- Listening for 
       Change -- 'We'll all be Rooned': How Narrative Sets up its
       Own Ending -- Definitional Struggles -- Oral Histories of 
       Drought -- Four: Survival, Making Sense of Crisis and 
       'Making Do' -- Andrea Hogan: 'Drought' as a Loss of People
       Who Want their Story Heard -- Robert and Yvonne McClelland
       with Bev Cook: On crisis and Historical Continuity -- Greg
       and Dot Brown: 'we Become Mallee Farmers through the 
       Weather' -- Pam Elliott: Remembering 'the Way things were'
       -- Concluding Remarks -- Five: Reconciling Uncertainty, 
       Cycles and Change -- Brent and Melissa Morrish: 'what the 
       Powers That Be don't see' -- Lynne Healy and Gwen Cooke: 
       Innovative ways to Reach People in Need -- Maree, Des and 
       Andrew Ryan: Cycles of Climate, Grim Humour and Hope 
505 8  Robert, Merle and Michael Pole: Between Bare Ground and 
       the Bank Account -- Concluding Remarks -- Six: Adaptation 
       in Response to Climatic Risk -- Ivan Mock: Drought and the
       Language of Risk -- Jim Maynard: 'we can't let Climate 
       Change Become a Negative' -- Ben and Noreen Jones: Signs 
       of Economy and Evolution -- Hubie Sheldon: Awaiting a 'New
       Generation of Pioneers' -- Concluding Remarks -- 
       Conclusion -- Works Cited -- Index 
520    This book sheds light on what drought and climate change 
       mean to rural Australians -- in their words 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Droughts -- Social aspects -- Australia.;Climatic changes 
       -- Social aspects -- Australia.;Rural conditions 
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