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In recent years a number of programmes have been developed which focus on the urban community rather than the individual as the beneficiary of welfare allocations. Working on the assumption that different views of social malaise will generate different programme types, this paper takes an...
The Report of the Poverty Commission followed Australian practice and recommended that payments to pensioners and beneficiaries be based on their needs. Two other recent reports, the Woodhouse Report on compensation for accidents and sickness, and the Hancock Report on National Superannuation,...
While much has been written about the increasing rate of female participation in the workforce, Australian research has seldom explored the motivation of women to remain at work after marriage or return to the workplace after their responsibilities have declined. The results of a survey of 150...
The effects upon women of the most common form of psychotherapy are neither in the best interests of those treated nor in the best interests of women in general. Instead, psychotherapy is aimed toward producing social stability through destructively enforcing sex‐role conformity.
It is only recently that there has been national consideration of the problems and needs of the mentally retarded. Voluntary, state and federal programmes are gradually being more effectively coordinated but a good deal remains to be done. The measures that could be taken to further this process...
Analysis of data relating to the rate of student withdrawal at the University of New England indicates that there has been a marked increase during the period 1971–1974. This is particularly true for males enrolled in science based faculties. The responses of 70 students to an open ended...
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