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Examines the results of the latest ANUpoll on Australian attitudes towards 'what it means to be Australian'.
National identity and what it means to be ‘Australian’ regularly influence the political and public debate in Australia, but they are not always clearly...
This monograph presents trends in Australian public opinion on politics over an extended period of time.
This lecture examines commonalities in the learning of art and science, the role of language in such learning, and the extent to which focused observation has been central to understanding and engaging in both art and science and language learning across cultures.
Obesity has increased dramatically across the world, and there is currently no solution to its control.
While obesity is easily understood as the positive imbalance of energy intake and expenditure, this does not explain why it is easy to overeat and underexercise. Explanatory models...
In June 2008, the Australian Prime Minister, the Hon. Kevin Rudd, spoke of the need to begin a "regional debate about where we want to be in 2020". In particular, he outlined the need for an Asia Pacific Community, in which there would be "dialogue,...
Globalisation has produced concern among the public in terms of its possible effects on job security. This paper sets to discover some of the determinants of the variation in public opinion between different countries and regions on this issue, analysing public opinion about the effects...
This poll contributes to the ongoing debate about electoral reform by examining how the public views the act of voting, the funding and integrity of elections, minority government and political representation generally.
The 85 per cent of Australia that is remote from the main centres of population is a place of recurrent crises leading to ad hoc special interventions. Broken up by state and territory boundaries it is the backyard for the governments of Australia. While it...