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Foucault's analysis provides social and political insights into the way that contemporary health care practices in Australia have been, and are being, constructed. His notion of discourse provides a useful starting point to analyse the taken‐for‐granted nature of reality that is so hegemonic in...
This article adopts a comparative perspective on policies to increase labour force participation of single mothers. Australia's orientation is briefly explored within the context of other major English‐speaking countries (the United States, Britain and Canada), and the common emphasis in the...
Aboriginal men and women continue to be grossly over‐represented in police and prison custodial settings. In 1987 the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody was established primarily because deaths in custody were far too common. Commission findings, including over 300...
This paper compares traditional explanations given for women's under‐representation in union affairs with those given by a group of NESB and Australian‐born female members of a large New South Wales union. The women's explanations emerge in sharp contrast to traditionally‐held wisdom about...
Abundance is defined as having enough of whatever one craves and/or needs in life. Thus, one can speak of physical abundance as being distinct from spiritual or social abundance. Abundance is an inherently personal, experiential concept, not amenable to objective, economic measurement such as...
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