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Knowledge of community services is clearly an important determinant of their use by the frail or disabled elderly. This paper describes the levels of knowledge amongst the aged in Sydney concerning such services, and explores the pathways by which information is disseminated. Awareness of...
The ‘graying’ of Australia's population has generated much debate within government, demographic, health and social service circles in recent times. Current and projected shifts in population structure towards greater numbers of ‘dependent’ populations raise a number of complex issues in regard...
A self‐report questionnaire, tapping a variety of areas of health‐related behaviours, was administered individually to a hundred young men and women aged between 15 and 24 years, solicited outside the Commonwealth Employment Service Office in Liverpool, New South Wales, in August 1980, all of...
This article analyses the pathways open to female; leavers as they make the transition from school to work or to post‐secondary education. Trends which have social significance are investigated in terms of participation rates, employment patterns, representation across areas in post‐secondary...
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