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This literature review describes the social and economic associations of various forms of housing tenure, mainly homeownership and renting and analyses over a hundred and twenty international studies, focusing on the effects of housing tenure on health, employment, crime, welfare, wealth and education.
The State of Australian Cities (SOAC) national conferences have been held biennially since 2003 to support interdisciplinary policy-related urban research.
This paper was presented at SOAC 2 held in Brisbane from 30 November to 2 December 2005.
SOAC 2 was hosted by the...
This research reaffirms the need for intensive accommodation support services to complement criminal justice responses to crime and those who have contact with the criminal justice system.
It is generally accepted that a person’s living situation, in particular their experience of...
This paper investigates the security of high rise high density accommodation at the Gold Coast – a premier Australian holiday destination. Surfers Paradise has one of the highest population densities in Australia at 3,279 persons per square kilometre and over 70 percent of the residential...
This report makes up the first output of a research study entitled Homelessness prevention for women and children who have experienced domestic and family violence: Innovations in policy and practice.
This report provides further evidence of the relationships between child abuse and neglect, homelessness and criminal activity.
Current research demonstrates relationships between child abuse and neglect, homelessness and criminal activity. This report presents key findings from analysis of a data set linking...
Robert Samuels, Bruce Judd, Bette O'Brien and Jack Barton examine the problem of crime and harassment experienced by residents in areas with large concentrations of public housing, and the intervention programs developed by state governments. At question is the extent to which community renewal, policing...
Papers from this conference, held in Melbourne 6-7 May 2002, are now available online. The conference was organised by the Australian Institute of Criminology in association with AHURI, and aimed to provide a forum in which law enforcement practitioners and criminological researchers could converse with...