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Huntoon, Lawrence - - 2009
Schlafly, Phyllis - - 2009
Wilson, Rick - - 2009
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Myers, Carole - - 2009
McCoy, Kathleen - - 2009
Richie, Fern - - 2009
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Gooch, Michael - - 2009
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McCann, Shirley - - 2009
Apostolou, Barbara - - 2009
Lincoln, Robyn - - 2009
Cortis, Natasha - - 2009
Sport and recreation can help communities to build social inclusion and celebrate diversity. Yet some sport and recreation activities require conformity to social and cultural norms, risking suppressing difference and reinforcing inequality and exclusion. This paper explores these tensions by examining access and barriers to sport and recreation for a ...
Thornton, Stephen - - 2009
The Welfare-to-work policy, implemented in July 2006 by the Federal Government, imposed a new work and activity obligation on people applying for the Disability Support Pension. This requirement not only created a new obligation for people with disability but also for employment consultants working in nonprofit Disability Employment Network organisations ...
Sikora, Joanna - - 2009
We examine the relationship between vocational education and occupational burnout among workers in different forms of employment. Although the self-employed enjoy higher levels of job autonomy and work-related satisfaction, we do not know whether they experience lower rates of occupational burnout, and whether vocational education plays a role in this ...
Emerson, Eric - - 2009
As noted in the preamble to the 2007 UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, 'persons with disabilities continue to face barriers in their participation as equal members of society and violations of their human rights in all parts of the world'. In this paper we present nationally ...
Edwards, Kathy - - 2009
Young people's declining electoral participation has been considered a problem in a range of democracies, including Australia. In this paper I examine youth electoral participation through the eyes and voices of young marginalised Australians. In the policy arena young people's electoral participation is usually considered a subject for education policy. ...
McDonald, Catherine - - 2009
Children's poverty has long been a central concern for policy makers and policy researchers. The body of extant research conducted and the range of programmatic interventions undertaken by successive governments in this and other countries is extraordinary. Nevertheless, children remain in poverty. Clearly there are many reasons for this, not ...
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