Research

3 March 2015

Describes the trends in living alone and describes the characteristics of people who live alone.

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27 February 2015

The Centre for Sport and Social Impact (CSSI) at La Trobe University was commissioned by AFL Victoria to determine the social value of a 'typical' community football club; specifically its social, health and community impact.

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27 February 2015

This report recommends the Federal Government introduce a data retention scheme, but also recommends several changes to the proposed legislation.

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26 February 2015

The example of a credible and sustainable independent online news operation in Malaysia suggests there are opportunities for online journalism in dozens of countries that restrict and control traditional media activities, but allow somewhat more liberal policies to govern the Internet.

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26 February 2015

Ongoing political instability and conflict undermine food security in Yemen by damaging economic infrastructure, causing internal displacement and contributing to food price inflation.

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26 February 2015

Examines the trends and drivers of growth in Australian international tourism with a view to understanding their implications for government policy.

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26 February 2015

Presents analyses on hearing health outreach services provided to Indigenous children and young people in the Northern Territory.

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26 February 2015

Contains the most recent table showing the composition of Australian parliaments by party and gender.

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25 February 2015

This report argues that governments’ responses to conflict and abuses by states and armed groups has been shameful and ineffective.

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25 February 2015

This report argues that a 40% renewable energy target would provide an earlier tipping point to trigger major solar investment.

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25 February 2015

This paper argues for more studies which situate legal scholars within the context of Australian law schools.

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25 February 2015

This article explores the dynamic by which once exceptional measures become normalised and then extended to new extremes, and the role that constitutional values have played in this process.

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2015

Review(s) of: Out of the cold: The cold war and its legacy, by Michael R. Fitzgerald and Allen Packwood, Published by Bloomsbury, New York, 2013, 199pp, US$30.99.

2015

Review(s) of: Out of bounds: Academic freedom and the question of palestine, by Matthew Abraham, Published by Bloomsbury, New York and London, 2014, 379pp, US$25.99.

2015

Review(s) of: Winding up the British empire in the pacific Islands, by W. David McIntyre, Published by Oxford University Press, 2014, 304pp, 65 pounds.

2015

Scott Thomson muses on the common use of the term 'radical' and the religious element in ISIS jihadism and endorses the archbishop of Canterbury's plea for patient ideological effort to overcome extremism....

2015

Following its outstanding success in achieving election to the United Nations Security Council, New Zealand must now contemplate what it might achieve on the world body. There is no doubt that it will face many challenges not only in addressing the wide-ranging issues likely to come before the...

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