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A comparison of urban and rural patterns of juvenile delinquency in N.S.W. showed that, among boys, there were more charges of breaking entering and stealing, assault, robbery, and truancy in the metropolitan area, and more charges of stealing, receiving, malicious damage, offences against good...
Sixth form retention rates were calculated for each State high school in the Wollongong urban area and correlated with two measures of social class (education and occupation) in each high school feeder area. The study found that retention rates in the Wollongong Urban Area ranged from 12.94% to...
Some areas of educational inequality in the Australian school setting are explored. Crucial to the examination are two alternative definitions of ‘equality’. The educational implications of acceptance of one of these definitions rather than the other are explicated in relation to educational...
Selection is a vital part of any immigration programme. However, it must be carried out in the context of the prospective migrant's motivation and attitudes to authority, and the reality situation of a particular country. The procedures adopted by the Australian Department of Immigration in...
Crime rates in New South Wales are compared with overseas figures. Comparisons are made between Sydney and eight American and two Canadian cities of similar size. Urban‐rural crime rates are studied by relating Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong to the rest of the State.
The lack of data‐based research on the effects of father absence provided the major focus of the study. Comparisons are made between sex‐role development in father‐absent boys, male singletons and males in the four sibling‐status positions in two‐child families. On three measures of sex‐role...
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