Journal article

Journal article
17 April 2017

Planning for an effective response to the next pandemic is complex and requires extensive engagement between public health experts, clinicians, diagnostic laboratory staff, general and at-risk...

Journal article
15 April 2017

Although prevalence studies show girls are more frequently sexually abused than boys, a significant proportion of boys also experience child sexual abuse (CSA). We conducted a 20 year longitudinal...

Journal article
15 April 2017

This article examines what bearing the political crafting of welfare austerity is having on the status, rights and identity of notionally equal citizens. To do so, this article draws on a...

Journal article
12 April 2017

There has been a rapid expansion in the type and volume of information collected for security purposes, which has resulted in a rapidly expanding use of human biometric information in law...

Journal article
12 April 2017

There is significant scope for the family law system to become more accessible and more culturally safe for Indigenous litigants.

Journal article
7 April 2017

This article calls for solutions that adequately engage Indigenous carers in mental health care.

Journal article
4 April 2017

This paper investigates the relationship between Open Access (OA) mandates and academic freedom, with the context of the recent OA policy at the University of Windsor as a point of reference.

Journal article
3 April 2017

This article builds on Pomerantz and Peek’s attempt to disambiguate the term by offering an alternative understanding to openness — that...

Journal article
3 April 2017

This article discusses the political context in which journalists are operating and working in Australia; assesses how metadata laws have affected journalism practices and addresses the...

Journal article
3 April 2017

Changes to the software used in general practice could improve the collection of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander status of all patients, and boost access to healthcare measures...