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Good design – it all adds up brings together research from the UK and abroad to illustrate the benefits that good design in housing, education, health, the workplace and public spaces can bring, and what happens if that investment is not made.
This report is concerned with the nature of housing occupancy for households that rent, particularly low-income and vulnerable households.
There has been growing interest in the implications of paternal fly-in/fly-out employment (FIFO) for families and children. The current research had a dual aim, first to investigate children’s well-being in relation to family functioning and paternal FIFO employment characteristics and, second, to access children’s own...
This article expands the Job Demands and Resources (JD-R) model by proposing psychosocial safety climate (PSC) as a precursor to job demands and job resources.
In issues of key scholarly social work journals over the past few years ( British Journal of Social Work , Practice and Australian Social Work ), articles have addressed the importance of work-based resilience for social work professionals. To date, however, the process of developing...
The AGLS Victoria: Metadata Implementation Manual provides online content and web staff with guidance on how to ensure compliance with AS5044-2010, the Victorian Government Discoverability Standard and the requirements of the Victorian Information Management Framework (IMF).
The manual focuses on practical metadata implementation advice...
The Innovation Policy Report aims to highlight developments in the innovation policy area. It also includes reference to relevant innovation documents and events.
This report on the information policy indicators reflects the key requirements for assessing national information policies, the telecommunication networks, the public- private partnerships and legislation and regulatory mechanisms that support information creation and dissemination, and the means by which they can be verified in building...
This paper synthesizes the conceptual and empirical literature on place-based approaches to meeting the needs of young children and their families. A specific focus of the paper is on the potential contribution of place-based approaches to service reconfiguration and coordination.
The main findings of this report are based on the outcomes from the National Research Student Survey (NRSS) conducted in June 2010 across 38 of the 39 universities in Australia.
In total 11,710 Higher Degree by Research students (those enrolled in...