"This report explains the complex socio-cultural features of the workplace at Kakadu National Park, combining as it does traditional indigenous ownership and custodial obligations, with all the trappings of a modern bureaucratic structure and culture.
The report focuses on what types of written text are used and are necessary in managing the park, how those texts interconnect and what types of difficulties these texts are likely to have. The practical recommendations are able to make very specific references to improving the form of texts used within the national park and to provide sound suggestions as to how workplace training texts might be improved and appropriate curriculum developed."
|Peppercorn Book Number: 800-0044|
|Publisher: Language Australia|
|Place of Publication: Melbourne, Australia|
|Year of Publication: 1994|
|Size: A4, portrait|
|Length: 60 pages|