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An earlier study of migrants discharged from Callan Park Hospital seemed to confirm the strong impression that Yugoslav migrants have an unusually high rate of admission to that hospital. This, however, raised the further question as to the relationship between the high admission rate and the...
This paper presents the findings of a study of Aboriginal children whom the South Australian Department of Aboriginal Affairs placed in foster homes between 1954 and 1966. It is an attempt to follow up one of the many problems expressed by social workers in Adelaide during a study of Aborigines...
Mosman, a harbour-side suburb of Sydney which has been classified as “B” class socially and is chiefly residential with about 22% of its 26,000 people over 60 years of age, has recently seen a flowering of community interest in local welfare. This interest has been the culmination of four...
By the time this appears in print, a most ambitious venture into the field of social action will have been undertaken by the Victorian Branch of Social Workers' Association, in collaboration with the Victorian Council of Social Service.
These welcome recommendations are briefly that all family matters which formerly have been dealt with in a number of different courts, such as Divorce, Petty Sessions, Children's and Quarter Session Courts, usually on appeal from decisions given in lower courts, should be gathered together and...
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