This video is the fourth of five in the ‘Flour Story’ series. Richard Trudgen explains the money trail that is involved in western business. It uses two examples. One example explores the money trail in flour production by a farmer who is a self-employed primary producer. It looks at the farmer’s economic relationship to the government, trading partners, contractors and employees. The second example looks at the money trail of an ALPA store, including expenses, wholesalers, and employees. It shows how an individual’s economic spending is distributed across a wider economic system.
Flour Story 1 of 5 - This is an introduction to a 5 part series where Richard Trudgen talks all about business using flour production as the case study. If you want to learn all about Yolngu trade and business compared to Balanda business and economic practice click here!!!
Dianne Gondarra and Richard Trudgen discuss the meaning of the word parole and its associated terms. Without a clear understanding of the word 'parole', it’s impossible for Yolngu parolees to stick to their parole conditions. This is why so many Yolngu end up being penalised and put back in jail.