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The searchable online Australian Women's Register is a source of biographical data about Australian women and their organisations, with hyperlinks to the archival repositories and libraries where their records are held and to other sources of information.
This qualitative research used feminist and phenomenological methods to explore how newly arrived young women (NAYW) aged 19 – 21 years, experience young women’s programs they participated in. Understanding young women’s experiences is important because little academic literature exists about this. With significant numbers of...
Graduates, especially women, can expect a substantial increase in the time taken to pay off their student loans under proposed changes to Australia’s higher education sector University, according to this paper.
This brief explores the potential impact on the time students...
Professor of Management Mara Olekalns discusses the complicated effects of gender in negotiations, how women can be disadvantaged when negotiating on their own behalf, and what they can do about it.
Mara Olekalns' expertise is within the fields of negotiation and conflict...
Based on the perception that 'individual bonds to one another is the essence of society', this paper examines contemporary networks of friends: friendworks, of adult women in an Australian sea change community.
Communication patterns are examined drawing on findings from a case study of...
This study examines whether the factors that determine the welfare participation of women who experienced teenage motherhood differ from the factors that determine the welfare participation of women who had their first child at an older age. The authors examine these factors across the lifetimes...
This report by Diana Warren compares key characteristics of retirement for men and women including reasons for retiring, transitions to retirement, life satisfaction, the effect of the presence of a spouse or partner and financial security. The report presents new findings about differences in life...
The National Community Attitudes towards Violence Against Women Survey tells us that we have been able to challenge a culture that allows violence against women to occur. There have been sustained improvements since 1995 in a number of areas. However, there are other areas in...