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Anna Yeatman and Joanna Penglase (August 2004) provide a useful review of the literature on ‘Looking After Children’ (LAC), a guided practice system for children living in out‐of‐home care. In summarising the polarised debate, the authors point to an unresolved situation in which advocates have...
The question of how we live among strangers in daily life is an established concern in contemporary social analysis. A key topic has been the achievements of the individual in rendering daily life among unknown others possible. Yet, questions of residual failure await full development. The study...
Shared Responsibility Agreements (SRAs) are a key instrument of the Federal Government's new arrangements for the administration of Indigenous affairs. SRAs, described by the Government as a form of ‘mutual obligation’, require Indigenous communities to commit to behavioural changes or other...
Corporate collapses in Australia have provided stark evidence that employees do not always secure their employment entitlements, despite having a legal right to do so. There has been an implicit assumption in the Australian industrial relations system that employer evasion of employee...
Social Policy in Australia: Understanding for Action, South Melbourne: Oxford University Press. 2006. ISBN 9780195552812. $59.95
Brave New Workplace; How Individual Contracts are Changing our Jobs Crows Nest, NSW, Allen and Unwin. 2006. ISBN 1741148650. $29.95
The Sociology of Education and Work, Malden M.A, Blackwell, 2004. ISBN 0631223630. $65.95
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