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The bulk of research investigating the effects of television violence on viewers has concluded that it leads to aggressive behaviour. Whilst the weight of evidence does demonstrate an association between television violence and aggressive behaviour, closer scrutiny of some influential and...
Recent developments in the environment surrounding the nonprofit human services sector in Australia have been viewed with some concern, especially given the role of the sector within the Australian welfare state. This paper reviews these developments, noting that some are less visible than...
This paper examines the construction of Childhood Asthma Syndrome by families of affected children. That is, ways in which families understand and describe their child's illness, how they respond to the frequent changes, find ways to adjust to and accommodate being caretakers of a child with a...
In recent times, child welfare bureaucracies have been required to re‐define their relationship with indigenous communities, particularly in view of the impacts associated with their past interventions within these communities. This process of readjustment has been grounded in the apparent...
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