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The increasing incidence of sole parenthood is justifiably a major concern for policy makers in Australia as elsewhere, not least because it represents an increasing drain on welfare funds. The overwhelming majority of female sole parents, who dominate the sole parent population, and an...
Research suggests that work‐related disabilities suffered by women from non‐English speaking backgrounds (NESB) are disproportionate to their representation in the population. This paper presents data from a preliminary investigation into the experiences of work‐injured NESB women in the NSW...
National economic salvation through improved productivity and quality is surely more likely when English language skills of Non‐English Speaking Background settlers are maximised. This article argues however, that the recent federal user‐pays scheme for funding adult ESL will impose considerable...
This article identifies three temporal images of the homeless youth population. The dominant media typification is of an ‘underclass’ with chronic problems. A dissident image contends that most young people experience only short periods of homelessness, and that there is a ‘high turnover’...
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation has become a routine procedure in hospitals in spite of the fact that it may be carried out without orders from a physician or consent from the patient It has a high failure rate and some research has indicated that the benefits to patients may be questionable. This...
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