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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES


E2574
AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT ACTION PLAN FOR THE 2019 INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES. Department of Communications and the Arts. [n.p.] : Department of Communications and the Arts, 2019. Electronic document ; ill.
Link; accessed on 21 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Indigenous population; Aboriginal languages; Education policy; Access; Participation; Aboriginal culture; Commonwealth government; Government role; Aboriginal communities; Mass media; Cultural awareness; Cultural activities. UNESCO; Indigenous Languages and Arts (ILA) program; United Nations International Year of Indigenous Languages; Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS).]. [ID NO.:190237]


E2612
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION : PRESCHOOL ATTENDANCE AMONG INDIGENOUS 3-YEAR-OLDS. Crawford, Heather; Biddle, Nicholas. Canberra, ACT : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), Australian National University, September 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
CAEPR 2016 Census paper no. 8.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 17 July 2019
KEYWORDS: Indigenous population; Early childhood education; Aboriginal children; Access; Participation; Research methodology; Data collection; Demographics; Preschool education; Childcare; Child development; Educational disadvantage; Family characteristics; Employment; Low income; Middle class; Government role; Education policy. Preschool participation; Non-Indigenous children; CAEPR Indigenous population project; Close the Gap; National Partnership Agreement on Early Childhood Education (NPECE). [ID NO.:190272]


E2614
ENSURING EQUALITY FOR ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER CHILDREN IN THE EARLY YEARS : DISCUSSION PAPER. Sydenham, Emma. [n.p.] : Early Childhood Australia (ECA), February 2019. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 17 July 2019
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Early childhood education; Access; Participation; Attendance; Aboriginal children; Child development; Equality; Educational programs; Literacy; Numeracy; Educational outcomes; Research methodology; Data; Student support; Aboriginal families; Social welfare; Aboriginal policy; Government role; Educational improvement; Policy development; Government funding. Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Close the Gap; Budget Based Funded (BBF); National Voice for our Children (SNAICC). [ID NO.:190274]


E2608
FINAL REPORT AND CASE STUDIES : LITTLE J & BIG CUZ : A SCHOOL READINESS INITIATIVE. Moyle, Kathryn. Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 17 July 2019
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Aboriginal children; Child development; School readiness; Educational programs; Television; Aboriginal culture; Educational research; Case studies; Literature review; Teachers; Transitions; Primary schools; Resources; Educational outcomes; Aboriginal families; Remote areas. Little J & Big Cuz. [ID NO.:190268]


E2618
INDIGENOUS EVALUATION STRATEGY : ISSUES PAPER. Melbourne, Vic. : Productivity Commission, June 2019. Electronic document ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 19 July 2019
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Government policies; Programs; Evaluation; Service delivery; Accountability; Aboriginal communities; Economic conditions; Social conditions; Health; Socioeconomic disadvantage; Employment; Disabilities; Education systems; Indigenous population. Close the Gap; Indigenous voice; Community Development Program (CDP); Closing the Gap; Non-Indigenous; The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). [ID NO.:190278]


E2599
INDIGENOUS POLITICS IN THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE : A REVIEW. Sanders, Will.
Australian Journal of Political Science 50 (4) 2015 pp. 679â€"694 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Aboriginal literature; Aboriginal affairs; Literature review; Indigenous population; Aboriginal history; Land rights; Social policy; Political issues; Mining; Power; Government role; Political party policy; Racial attitudes; Local government; Australia; New Zealand; Canada. Indigenous issues; Non-Indigenous author. [ID NO.:190262]


E2575
OUR CHOICES OUR VOICES : CLOSE THE GAP. The Lowitja Institute. [n.p.] : Close the Gap Campaign Steering Committee, March 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 21 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Campaigns; Policy development; Evidence; Strategies; Health; Housing; Wellbeing; Life expectancy; Aboriginal communities; Autonomy; Equity; Racial discrimination; Human rights; Government policies; Government funding; Government attitudes; Indigenous population. Close the Gap Campaign; Self-determination; Indigenous voice; Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations (ACCOs); Non-Indigenous people; Council of Australian Governments (COAG). [ID NO.:190238]


E2613
SCHOOL EDUCATION. Crawford, Heather; Venn, Danielle. Canberra, ACT : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), Australian National University, December 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
CAEPR 2016 Census Paper No. 10.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 17 July 2019
KEYWORDS: Indigenous population; Education; Access; Participation; Aboriginal students; Research methodology; Data collection; Government schools; Remote areas; Urban schools; Student learning; Educational disadvantage; Year 12; School completion; Dropouts; Youth; Nongovernment schools; Government policy; Employment; Labour market. CAEPR Indigenous population project; Non-Indigenous students; Close the Gap. [ID NO.:190273]


E2615
WORKING TOGETHER TO ENSURE EQUALITY FOR ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER CHILDREN IN THE EARLY YEARS : POSITION PAPER. [n.p.] : Early Childhood Australia (ECA), February 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 190274 - Ensuring equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in the early years : discussion paper (Accompanying report)).
Link; accessed on 17 July 2019
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Early childhood education; Access; Participation; Attendance; Aboriginal children; Child development; Equality; Educational programs; Educational outcomes; Student support; Family environment; Aboriginal families; Teaching profession; Aboriginal policy; Government role; Policy development; Government funding. Close the Gap; Non-Indigenous children. [ID NO.:190275]


ACADEMIC FREEDOM


JOUR
FREE SPEECH ON AUSTRALIAN CAMPUSES : HIDDEN BARRIERS. Martin, Brian.
AUR Australian Universities' Review 61 (1) 2019 pp. 49-54 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academic freedom; Academics; Universities; Attitudes; Censorship; Freedom of speech; University environment; Academic research; Academic staff; University students; Protests; Government role. Free speech; Dissent; Self-censorship. [ID NO.:190310]


JOUR
SILENCING BEHAVIOURS IN CONTESTED RESEARCH & THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR ACADEMIC FREEDOM. Hoepner, Jacqui.
AUR Australian Universities' Review 61 (1) 2019 pp. 31-41 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academic freedom; Academics; Researchers; Interviews; Case studies; Academic research; Literature review; Universities; Attitudes; Values; Democracy; Australia; Canada; United Kingdom; United States of America. Contested research; Dissent; Silencing behaviour; Publishing. [ID NO.:190309]


ACADEMICS


JOUR
NEGOTIATING THE GREEDY INSTITUTION : A TYPOLOGY OF THE LIVED EXPERIENCES OF YOUNG, PRECARIOUS ACADEMIC WORKERS. Bone, Kate; Jack, Gavin; Mayson, Susan.
Labour and Industry 28 (4) December 2018 pp. 225-243 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Academics; Precarious employment; Research methodology; Interviews; Social structure; University administration; Employment conditions; Workload; Employment contracts; Workplace environment; Job insecurity. 'Greedy institution'. [ID NO.:190282]


JOUR
NEOLIBERALISM AND NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT IN AN AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITY : THE INVISIBILITY OF OUR TAKE-OVER. Sims, Margaret.
AUR Australian Universities' Review 61 (1) 2019 pp. 22-30 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University administration; Management; Power; Inequality; Bullying; Ideology; Neoliberalism; University staff; Workplace environment; Academic staff; Workload; Research. Auto-ethnography. [ID NO.:190308]


JOUR
UNVEILING OPPORTUNITIES FOR HOPE : IS IT TOO MUCH TO ASK FOR A COMPASSIONATE UNIVERSITY?. Boyd, Bill; Grant, Airdre.
AUR Australian Universities' Review 61 (1) 2019 pp. 71-75 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University administration; Academics; University environment; Leadership; University teaching; Pedagogy; Teaching practice; Ethics; Careers. Compassion. [ID NO.:190312]


CAMPAIGNING


E2588
PERSUASION AND POWER : THE ART OF STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION. Farwell, James P.. Washington, DC : Georgetown University Press, 2012. Electronic document.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Public relations; Communication; Politics; Power; Government role; Campaigns; Strategies; Public policy; International relations; Mass media. Strategic communication; Propaganda; Social media. [ID NO.:190251]


324.73 TRE
POLITICAL CAMPAIGN COMMUNICATION : PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES. Trent, Judith S.; Friedenberg, Robert V.; Denton, Robert E.. 8th ed. updated. Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, 2016. viii, 22 p.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Politics; Elections; Politicians; Campaigns; Communication; Gender; United States of America. Hilary Clinton; The Democrats; The Republicans; Social media; 2016 Presidential campaign. [ID NO.:190303]


658.45 MAH
STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION : CAMPAIGN PLANNING. Mahoney, James. 2nd. ed.. South Melbourne, Victoria : Oxford University Press, 2017. xvi, 258 p. ; ill.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Public relations; Communication; Strategic planning; Organisational communication; Public policy; Politics; Business. Strategic communication; Intercultural communication. [ID NO.:190231]


EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION


JOUR
GAME CHANGER.
Australian Educator (100) Summer 2018 pp. 16-17
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Access; Education funding; Political party policy; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Child development; Educational outcomes. National Assessment Program â€" Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Program for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:190291]


E2617
GOOD PRACTICE FOR GOOD JOBS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE. Clarke, Chris; Miho, Antonela. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Childcare; Educators; Skills; Recruitment; Retention; Training; Wages; Professional development; Working conditions; Staff development; Preservice education; Policy development; International comparisons; OECD countries. Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Inservice training; Child staff rations. [ID NO.:190277]


JOUR
PLAYING CATCH-UP : IMPROVING AUSTRALIA'S POOR FORM IN FUNDING PRESCHOOL EDUCATION. Long, Christine.
Australian Educator (101) Autumn 2019 pp. 24-25
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Access; Child development; Educational outcomes; Aboriginal children; Evidence; Investment; Education policy; Government attitudes; Political party policy; International comparisons; Campaigns; Teachers. [ID NO.:190287]


E2570
SCHOOL STARTING AGE AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT IN A STATE-WIDE, POPULATION LEVEL COHORT OF CHILDREN IN THEIR FIRST YEAR OF SCHOOL IN NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA. Hanly, M. (et. al.).
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 48 (3) 2019 pp. 325-340 (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 21 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Child development; School readiness; Research methodology; Data collection; New South Wales; Socioeconomic disadvantage; Preschool education; Children; Age; Academic ability; Parent perception; School enrolment; Student characteristics; Student learning; Educational outcome; Classroom environment; Teachers; International comparisons; OECD countries. School starting age; Socioeconomic advantage. [ID NO.:190233]


E2607
A SMART INVESTMENT FOR A SMARTER AUSTRALIA : ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF UNIVERSAL EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IN THE YEAR BEFORE SCHOOL IN AUSTRALIA. PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). [n.p.] : PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), June 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 17 July 2019
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Investment; Access; Child development; Educational attainment; Educational research; Economic aspects; Data collection; Preschool education; Cognitive development; Social benefits; Parent role; Family income; Employment; Participation; Crime; Government role; Policy development; International comparisons. Return on investment; Cost-benefit analysis. [ID NO.:190267]


ECONOMICS


E2577
COMMONWEALTH ORANGE BOOK 2019 : POLICY PRIORITIES FOR THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. Daley, John (et.al.). [n.p.] : The Grattan Institute, April 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Report No. 2019-03.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 June 2019
Chart data:
Link; accessed on 20 June 2019

KEYWORDS: Economic policy; Economic conditions; Government role; Policy development; Economic growth; Living standards; Political issues; Education systems; Teachers; Disadvantaged students; Student progress; Student outcome; International comparisons; Benchmarks; Higher education; Labour force; Employment; Industry; State government; OECD countries. Initial teacher education (ITE). [ID NO.:190240]


E2621
ECONOMICS FOR INCLUSIVE PROSPERITY : AN INTRODUCTION. Naidu, Suresh; Rodrik, Dani; Zucman, Gabriel. [n.p.] : Economics for Inclusive Prosperity (EfIP) network, January 2019. Electronic document.
Research Brief.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 19 July 2019
KEYWORDS: Economic policy; Inequality; Minimum wage; Economic theory; Policy issues; Politics; Markets; Research methodology; Employment; Labour market; Government role; Technological change; Neolliberalism; Academics; United States of America. Economists; Political economy; Mainstream economics. [ID NO.:190281]


EDUCATION - GENERAL


E2584
SKILLS, TRAINING AND LIFELONG TRAINING. Munro, Daniel. Ottawa, Canada : Public Policy Forum, March 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Review; Canada; Training; Lifelong learning; Access; Inequity; Inclusion; Equity; Educational disadvantage; Indigenous population; Educational outcome; Employees; Labour market; Skill development; Employers; Industry. Foundational skills; Work-ready; Workforce development. [ID NO.:190247]


EDUCATION - K-12


JOUR
ALP'S FUNDING PROMISE.
Australian Educator (100) Summer 2018 pp. 8-12
KEYWORDS: Public education; Equity; Government funding; Political party policy; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Elections; Government attitudes; Teacher unions; Teachers; Campaigns; Australian Education Union (AEU). Fair Funding Now!. [ID NO.:190289]


JOUR
A CLASS APART.
The Economist (9138) 13-19 April 2019 pp. 13-14
KEYWORDS: Private education; Developing countries; Government role; Parent attitudes; Inequality; Public education; Government funding; Teacher unions; School vouchers. [ID NO.:190292]


E2581
FALSE PROMISES : HOW DELIVERING EDUCATION THROUGH PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS RISKS FUELING INEQUALITY INSTEAD OF ACHIEVING QUALITY EDUCATION FOR ALL. Malouf Bous, Katie; Farr, Jason. Oxford : Oxfam GB, April 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Public education; Access; Fees; Privatisation; Commercialisation; Developing countries; Educational research; Evidence; Case studies; Government schools; Poverty; Inequity; Disadvantaged children; Gender inequality; Rights to education; Government policy; Regulations; Human rights; OECD countries. Low fee private schools; For-profit; Public private partnerships (PPPs); World Bank; Wealth; Initiative for Economic and Social Rights (ISER). [ID NO.:190244]


JOUR
THE FUNDING WARS. Eltham, Ben.
ACT Educator (1) 2019 pp. 10-11
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Class; Inequality; Education funding; Political party policy; Disadvantaged schools; Public schools; Private schools; Catholic schools; Political attitudes; Private sector. Schooling Resource Standard (SRS); Gonski 2.0; Needs-based funding. [ID NO.:190297]


JOUR
A MATTER OF PRIORITIES. Litvinov, Amanda.
NEA Today 37 (4) April 2019 pp. 40-42
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Government funding; Research; Measurement techniques; Government attitudes; Business; Taxation; Public education; Employment; Teacher salaries; Teacher unions; Campaigns; United States of America. Common good; National Education Association (NEA). [ID NO.:190293]


JOUR
SHIFTING STANDARDS : EDUCATIONAL HIGH ACHIEVER SINGAPORE IS THE LATEST COUNTRY TO MOVE AWAY FROM STANDARDISED TESTING.
ACT Educator (1) 2019 pp. 24-25
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Pedagogy; Student learning; Standardised testing; Educational research; Educational standards; Government policy; Singapore; New Zealand. [ID NO.:190298]


JOUR
THE WRITING IS ON THE WALL. Barnard, Nic.
Australian Educator (100) Summer 2018 pp. 13-15
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Student assessment; Information technology; Student performance; Teachers; Survey; Perception; Education policy; Government attitudes. Online assessment; National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). [ID NO.:190290]


EMPLOYMENT


E2596
BEST PRACTICES OR BEST GUESSES? : ASSESSING THE EFFICACY OF CORPORATE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND DIVERSITY POLICIES. Kalev, Alexandra; Dobbin, Frank; Kelly, Erin.
American Sociological Review 71 (4) August 2006 pp. 589-617 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Organisations; Employment policy; Diversity; Affirmative action; Management practices; Law; Research methodology; Data collection; Bias; Discrimination; Stereotypes; Gender; Mentors; Women; Minority groups; United States of America. Social isolation; Compliance. [ID NO.:190259]


E2595
BEYOND ONE-SIZE-FITS-ALL : TAILORING DIVERSITY APPROACHES TO SOCIAL GROUPS. Apfelbaum, Evan P.; Stephens, Nicole M.; Reagans, Ray E..
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 111 (4) October 2016 pp. 547-566 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Organisations; Best practice; Diversity; Equality; Research methodology; Data collection; Management; Bias; Discrimination; Stereotypes; Employees; Attrition; Gender; Mentors; Women; Minority groups; Multiculturalism; United States of America. Empirical evidence; Gender differences; Racial differences; Racial minorities. [ID NO.:190258]


E2592
CONSTRUCTED CRITERIA : REDEFINING MERIT TO JUSTIFY DISCRIMINATION. Uhlmann, Eric Luis; Cohen, Geoffrey L..
Psychological Science 16 (6) 2005 pp. 475-480 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employers; Bias; Discrimination; Racism; Men; Women; Research methodology; Data collection; Case studies; Employees; Gender; Stereotypes; United States of America. Merit; Job applicants; Hiring criteria. [ID NO.:190255]


JOUR
EMERGENCY C-SECTION REQUIRED : IMPROVING THE DELIVERY OF MALE PARENTAL LEAVE ENTITLEMENTS. Hu, Sandra.
Workplace Review 9 (2) Autumn 2019 pp. 61-63 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Parental leave; Men; Participation; Policy framework; Law; Gender; Bias; Stereotypes; Employer attitudes. Paid parental leave; Employee entitlements; Dad and partner leave; Unpaid parental leave. [ID NO.:190284]


E2571
ENDING WAGE THEFT : ERADICATING UNDERPAYMENT IN THE AUSTRALIAN WORKPLACE. Cavanough, Edward; Blain, Lachlan. Melbourne, Vic. : The McKell Institute, March 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 21 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Wages; Audit; Research methodology; Data collection; Policy development; Women; Youth; Migrant workers; Economic factors; Employer attitudes; Government role; Legislation; Employment law; Commonwealth government; State government; Trade unions. Wage theft; Wage suppression; Underpayment of wages; Visa; Penalty rates; Compliance; Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO). [ID NO.:190234]


E2580
FORK IN THE ROAD : THE IMPACT OF THE TWO MAJOR PARTIES' PENALTY RATE POLICIES IN THE 2019 FEDERAL ELECTION. Cavanough, Edward; Rajadurai, Esther. [n.p.] : The McKell Institute, April 2019. Electronic document ; tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Employment; Wages; Political party policy; Elections; Legislation; Liberal Party; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Research methodology; Data collection; Employer attitudes; Awards; Employees. Penalty rates; Coalition Party; Fair Work Commission (FWC); Retail industry; Hospitality sector. [ID NO.:190243]


E2589
FROM MIGRANT TO WORKER : GLOBAL UNIONS AND TEMPORARY LABOR MIGRATION IN ASIA. Ford, Michele. New York : Cornell University Press, 2019. Electronic document ; ill.,. graphs, tables.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Migrant workers; Migration; Asia; Research methodology; Data collection; Immigration; Employees; Employment relations; Union membership; Industrial relations; Trade unions; Campaigns; Organising; Labour movement; Government role; Human rights; Nongovernment organisations (NGOs); International comparisons. Labour migration; Temporary employment; Global Union Federations (GUFs); Freedom of association; Global unions; International Labour Organisation (ILO). [ID NO.:190252]


E2593
GENDER, RACE AND MERITOCRACY IN ORGANIZATIONAL CAREERS. Castilla, Emilio J..
American Journal of Sociology (AJS) 113 (6) May 2008 pp. 1479-1526 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Equity; Employees; Gender; Bias; Wages; Discrimination; Organisations; Management practices; Attitudes; Research methodology; Data collection; Women; Minority groups; Performance; Rewards; United States of America. Racial inequality; Performance-pay; Merit-based; Meritocracy; Wage disparities. [ID NO.:190256]


E2616
OECD SKILLS OUTLOOK 2019 : THRIVING IN A DIGITAL WORLD. Johnston, Andrew (ed.). Paris : OECD Publishing, 2019. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Change; Information technology; Education systems; Student learning; Educational attainment; Socioeconomic disadvantage; Teachers; Tertiary education; Employees; Skill development; Training; Productivity; Income; Inequality; Adult education; Lifelong learning; Occupations; Labour market; Policy development; Government role; International comparisons; OECD countries. Digital technology; Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC). [ID NO.:190276]


E2594
THE PARADOX OF MERITOCRACY IN ORGANIZATIONS. Castilla, Emilio J.; Benard, Stephen.
Administrative Science Quarterly 55 2010 pp. 543-576 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Equity; Employees; Gender; Bias; Organisations; Management practices; Attitudes; Prejudice; Research methodology; Case studies; Workplace environment; Wages; Performance; Rewards; Gender inequality; United States of America. Racial inequality; Merit-based; Meritocracy. [ID NO.:190257]


E2573
UNBROKEN : PRODUCTIVITY AND WORKER COMPENSATION IN AUSTRALIA AND THE UNITED STATES. Kirchner, Stephen. Sydney, NSW : The United States Studies Centre, University of Sydney, March 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 21 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Employment; Productivity; Wages; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Australia; United States of America; Employees; Enterprise bargaining; Labour market; Economic conditions; Trade unions. Underutilisation; Income inequality; Bargaining power; Wage growth; Labour share; Union decline. [ID NO.:190236]


E2620
WORLD DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2019 : THE CHANGING NATURE OF WORK. The World Bank. Washington DC : The World Bank, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 19 July 2019
KEYWORDS: Employment; Change; Technological change; Government role; Research methodology; International comparisons; Policy development; Economic conditions; Development; Wages; Inequality; Education systems; Access; Participation; Educational disadvantage; Gender; Cognitive development; Human capital; Tertiary education; Lifelong learning; Vocational education; Skill development; Educational attainment; Social inclusion; Developing countries. Social contract. [ID NO.:190280]


HIGHER EDUCATION


E2585
ASSESSMENT OF UNIVERSITY SUPPORT SERVICES FOR REGIONAL AND REMOTE STUDENTS ON TRANSITION TO UNIVERSITY. Matthews, Darren; Milgate, Gina; Clarke, Leyna. Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council of Educational Research (ACER), August 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 180244 - Independent review into regional, rural and remote education : final report).
Link; accessed on 20 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Student enrolment; Transition; Student support; Student experience; Research methodology; Survey; Regional students; Student characteristics; Socioeconomic background; Remote areas; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Retention; Policy framework; Government role. Regional, rural and remote education; Low SES. [ID NO.:190248]


E2572
THE BEST CHANCE FOR ALL : STUDENT EQUITY 2030 : A LONG-TERM STRATEGIC VISION FOR STUDENT EQUITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION. Zacharias, Nadine; Brett, Matthew. Bentley, WA : National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE), Curtin University, March 2019. Electronic document ; ill.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 21 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Tertiary education; Equity; Policy framework; University students; Access; Participation; Student engagement; Student support; Disadvantaged background; Demographics; Aboriginal students; Educational research; Social justice; Academics; Universities; Higher education; Vocational education; Training. [ID NO.:190235]


E2609
THE DEMAND DRIVEN UNIVERSITY SYSTEM : A MIXED REPORT CARD. Productivity Commission. Canberra, ACT : Productivity Commission, June 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Research Paper.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 17 July 2019
Chart data:
Link; accessed on 17 July 2019

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Higher education; Review; Equity; Access; University admission; Research methodology; Data collection; School effectiveness; Student performance; Disadvantaged background; Academic ability; Student support; Socioeconomic status; Remote areas; Graduates; Educational outcomes; Transitions; Labour market; Vocational education; Training; TAFE. Demand-driven; Low SES; Programme of International Student Assessment (PISA); Longitudinal Survey of Australian Youth (LSAY). [ID NO.:190269]


E2586
EQUITY AT AND BEYOND THE BOUNDARY OF AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES. Brett, Matt (et.al.). Melbourne, Vic. : La Trobe University, March 2019. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Equity; Student participation; Student experience; Research methodology; Data collection; Student characteristics; Socioeconomic background; Disabilities; Aboriginal students; Regional students; Non-English speaking background; Student learning; Retention; Student completion; Government policy; Government funding. Low SES; Social demography; Demand-driven funding; Third party providers; Non-university higher education institutions (NUHEIs). [ID NO.:190249]


E2579
TERTIARY EDUCATION : A QUICK GUIDE TO KEY INTERNET LINKS. Ferguson, Hazel; Ey, Carol. [Canberra, ACT] : Parliamentary Library, Department of Parliamentary Services, May 2019. Electronic document.
Research Paper 2018-19.
Link; accessed on 20 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Tertiary education; Resources; Internet; Universities; Vocational education; Training; International education; Students; Commonwealth government; Legislation; State departments of education; International organisations. [ID NO.:190242]


E2578
UNIVERSITY RESEARCH FUNDING : A QUICK GUIDE. Ferguson, Hazel. [Canberra, ACT] : Parliamentary Library, Department of Parliamentary Services, April 2019. Electronic document ; tables.
Research Paper 2018-19.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University research; Financial resources; Performance; Funding; Government; Industry; Education policy; Resources; University administration; Academics; Researchers; Research grants. Australian Research Council (ARC). [ID NO.:190241]


JOUR
WHOSE FUTURE? : OR WHY WE NEED TO THINK MORE EXPANSIVELY ABOUT THE FUTURE OF AUSTRALIAN HIGHER EDUCATION. Hil, Richard.
AUR Australian Universities' Review 61 (1) 2019 pp. 55-58 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Policy framework; Universities; Values; Ethics; Governance; Neoliberalism; Government role; Working conditions; Academic staff; Industrial relations; University curriculum; Pedagogy. National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU). [ID NO.:190311]


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS


JOUR
THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AND THE FUTURE OF MANUFACTURING WORK IN AUSTRALIA : CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES. Dean, Mark; Spoehr, John.
Labour and Industry 28 (3) September 2018 pp. 166-181 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Technological change; Policy; Economic aspects; Capitalism; Neoliberalism; Industry; Research; Policy development; Innovation; Germany; Australia; Manufacturing industry; Employees; Precarious employment; International comparisons. Fourth industrial revolution; Digital disruption. [ID NO.:190283]


JOUR
INDUSTRIAL ACTION IN THE WAKE OF AUIMATAGI V AUSTRALIAN BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION COMMISSIONER [2018] FCAFC 191. Moctezuma, Lucas.
Workplace Review 9 (2) Autumn 2019 pp. 67-70 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Industrial action; Court litigation; Trade unions; Employees; Employer attitudes. Independent contractors; Fair Work Act 2009; Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC); Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU). [ID NO.:190285]


LAW


347.9406 ODG
UNIFORM EVIDENCE LAW. Odgers, Stephen. 14th ed.. Pyrmont, NSW : Thomson Reuters, May 2019. cxxxvi, 2112 p.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Evidence; Law; Legislation; Cases. [ID NO.:190304]


POLITICS


JOUR
AUSTRALIA FAIR : LISTENING TO THE NATION. Huntley, Rebecca.
Quarterly Essay (73) 2019 pp. 1-64 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Political issues; Political party policies; Political attitudes; Elections; Public opinion polls; Participation; Voting; Social democracy; Research; Public policy; Environmental issues; Economic conditions; Inequality; Social conditions; Racism; Immigration; Mass mediaAu; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Liberal Party. Climate change; Coalition Party; Corruption; The Greens. [ID NO.:190313]


REFUGEES


JOUR
EDUCATION ON THE FRONTLINE OF A CRISIS.
Australian Educator (101) Autumn 2019 pp. 32-35
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Teachers; Resources; Teacher support; International comparisons; Private education; Teacher unions; Refugees; School attendance; Child development; Languages; Student learning. Education International (EI); UNESCO. [ID NO.:190288]


SOCIAL CAPITAL


E2591
SOCIAL CAPITAL IN THE CREATION OF HUMAN CAPITAL. Coleman, James S..
American Journal of Sociology (AJS) 94 Supplement 1988 pp. 95-120 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Social capital; Research methodology; Social theories; Sociology; Economic theory; Human capital; Social structure; Public schools; Parental education; Children; Youth; Educational outcomes; School community; Private schools; United States of America. Public goods. [ID NO.:190254]


TEACHERS


E2610
EARLY CAREER TEACHERS’ INTENTIONS TO LEAVE THE PROFESSION : THE COMPLEX RELATIONSHIPS AMONG PRESERVICE EDUCATION, EARLY CAREER SUPPORT, AND JOB SATISFACTION. Kelly, Nick; Cespedes, Marcela; Clara, Marc; Danaher, Patrick A..
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 44 (3) March 2019 pp. 93-113 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teacher education; Preservice education; Quality; Beginning teachers; Teacher perception; Teacher preparation; Graduates; Research methodology; Data; Job satisfaction; Teacher support; Teacher attrition; Retention; Teacher workload; Teacher burnout; Workplace environment; International comparisons. Early career teachers (ECTs); Intention to leave. [ID NO.:190270]


E2603
TALIS 2018 RESULTS (VOLUME I) : TEACHERS AND SCHOOL LEADERS AS LIFELONG LEARNERS. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
TALIS.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Principals; Survey; Perception; Job satisfaction; Professional development; Research methodology; Data collection; Teacher motivation; Working conditions; Leadership; Lifelong learning; Working hours; Teaching experience; Teacher support; Teacher preparation; Teaching practice; Classroom management; Student learning; Student achievement; International comparisons; OECD countries. Initial teacher education (ITE); Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS); Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). [ID NO.:190266]


E2602
TEACHER JOB SATISFACTION. Wernert, Nicole.
Snapshots : global assessment, local impact (12) June 2019 4 p. (Bibliography; SEE Record 190266 - TALIS 2018 results (volume I) : teachers and school leaders as lifelong learners).
Link; accessed on 5 July 2019
KEYWORDS: Teachers; Survey; Perception; Job satisfaction; Measurement techniques; Data; Working conditions; Student assessment; Student achievement. Teacher experiences; Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS); Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). [ID NO.:190265]


E2611
UNDERSTANDING TEACHER EVALUATION IN FINLAND : A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK. Tarhan, Hakan; Karaman, A. Cendel; Kemppinen, Lauri; Aerila, Juli-Anna.
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 44 (4) April 2019 pp. 33-50 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Teacher evaluation; Finland; Accountability; Education policy; Research methodology; International comparisons; Teacher characteristics; Teacher quality; Teacher performance; Empowerment; Professional development; Student learning; Standardised tests; Student performance; Test scores. Value-added model (VAM); Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:190271]


TRADE UNIONS


JOUR
ENVIRONMENTAL BARGAINING IN AUSTRALIA. Markey, Raymond; McIvor, Joseph.
Journal of Industrial Relations 61 (1) February 2019 pp. 79-104 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Environmental issues; Employment relations; Collective bargaining; Research; Literature review; Collective agreements; Environmental protection; Trade unions; Strategies; Power; Union movement; Enterprise bargaining; Industrial relations; Employer attitudes; Universities; International comparisons. Climate change; Union density; Environmental clauses; Green jobs; National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU). [ID NO.:190306]


JOUR
INCLUSIVE UNIONISM : STRATEGIES FOR RETAINING IDEALISM IN THE SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION. Yu, Kyoung-Hee.
Journal of Industrial Relations 61 (1) February 2019 pp. 33-56 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Staff; Activism; Social change; Skill development; Campaigns; Research; Diversity; Industrial democracy; Labour movement; Organising; Recruitment; Union members; Social inclusion; United States of America. Union staff; Inclusive unions; Union revitalisation; Social action; Social exclusion; Service Employees International Union (SEIU). [ID NO.:190305]


E2600
ITUC GLOBAL RIGHTS INDEX : THE WORLD'S WORST COUNTRIES FOR WORKERS 2019. International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC). Brussels : International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 July 2019
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Surveys; Working conditions; Strikes; International comparisons; Data collection; Human rights; Law; Democracy; Labour movement; Government policy; Attitudes; Violence; Legislation; Employer attitudes; Industrial relations; Teachers. Freedom of association; International Labour Office (ILO); International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC). [ID NO.:190263]


E2590
NO SHORTCUTS : ORGANIZING FOR POWER IN THE NEW GILDED AGE. McAlevey, Jane F.. New York : Oxford University Press, 2016. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Labour movement; Organising; Union members; Power; Strikes; Research methodology; Case studies; Data collection; Gender; Ethnicity; Teacher unions; Union membership; Civil rights; Employer attitudes; Political issues; Democracy; United States of America. Social networks; Union decline; Union mobilisation; Power structure analysis; Chicago teachers. [ID NO.:190253]


331.880973 REB
REBUILDING LABOR : ORGANIZING AND ORGANIZERS IN THE NEW UNION MOVEMENT. Milkman, Ruth; Voss, Kim (eds.). New York : Cornell University Press, 2004. viii, 309 p. ; tables.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Organising; Activism; Union movement; Industrial relations; Wages; Collective bargaining; Working conditions; Union membership; Recruitment; Democracy; Community action; Empowerment; Employer attitudes; Campaigns; United States of America. Anti-union; Propaganda; Union revitalisation; Union density. [ID NO.:190302]


331.88 TRA
TRADE UNIONS IN THE GREEN ECONOMY : WORKING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT. Rathzel, Nora; Uzzell, David (eds.). Oxon, UK : Routledge, 2013. xvi, 266 p.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Change; Environmental issues; Transitions; Research methodology; International comparisons; Trade unions; Policy; Job security; Social movements; Social class; Government role; Ideology; Economy growth; Capitalism; Developing countries; Developed countries; Indigenous population; United Nations; Mass media. Green jobs; Sustainable development; Climate change; Red-Green alliance; Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU); International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC); International Labour Organisation (ILO). [ID NO.:190301]


331.88 KNO
TRANSFORMATIONS OF TRADE UNIONISM : COMPARATIVE AND TRANSNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON WORKERS ORGANIZING IN EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES, EIGHTEENTH TO TWENTY-FIRST CENTURIES. Knotter, Ad. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2018. 310 p. : ill.
Work around the globe.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; History; United States of America; Europe; Labour unions; Organising; Case studies; Collective bargaining; Labour market; Regulations; Unemployment; Labour movement. [ID NO.:190300]


JOUR
"WE'LL KEEP CHALLENGING THE SYSTEM" : UNITED VOICE NATIONAL SECRETARY, JO-ANNE SCHOFIELD. Ryan, Craig.
Workplace Review 9 (2) Autumn 2019 pp. 67-70 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Activism; Industrial relations; Union members; Working conditions; Wages; Equality; Social inclusion; Collective bargaining; Employer attitudes. United Voice; National Union of Workers; Change the Rules; Wage theft; Gender pay gap. [ID NO.:190286]


JOUR
WHY IS IT SO HARD TO TAKE LAWFUL STRIKE ACTION IN AUSTRALIA?. McCrystal, Shae.
Journal of Industrial Relations 61 (1) February 2019 pp. 129-144 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employees; Industrial action; Strikes; Industrial law; Regulations; Union members; Collective bargaining; Trade unions; Employer employee relationship; Employer attitudes; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Common law. Unjust laws; Right to strike; Protected industrial action ballot orders (PABOs); Strike ballots; Fair Work Act 2009; WorkChoices; Employee rights. [ID NO.:190307]


JOUR
WHY UNIONS ARE VITAL TO ADVANCE AUSTRALIA FAIR. Leigh, Andrew.
ACT Educator (1) 2019 pp. 28-30
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Campaigns; Equality; Union membership; History; Wages; Collective bargaining; Power; Industrial law; Economic conditions; Employer attitudes; Political attitudes. Wage stagnation. [ID NO.:190299]


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


JOUR
AFTER 40 YEARS, IT'S TIME FOR A COMPREHENSIVE TAFE INQUIRY. Haythorpe, Correna.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 53 (1) Autumn 2019 p. 7
KEYWORDS: Education systems; TAFE; Resources; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Government funding; Equity; Teacher unions; Campaigns; Australian Education Union (AEU). Stop TAFE Cuts campaign; The Coalition; VET FEE-HELP. [ID NO.:190294]


E2582
HIGHER APPRENTICESHIPS IN AUSTRALIA : WHAT ARE WE TALKING ABOUT?. Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Research Report.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 June 2019
Supporting document:
Link; accessed on 20 June 2019

KEYWORDS: Apprenticeships; Vocational education; Employment; Training; Enrolment; Employees; Research methodology; Data collection; Interviews; Perception; Traineeships; Skill development; Qualifications; Labour market; Employers; Industry; International comparisons. Higher apprenticeships; Diploma. [ID NO.:190245]


E2619
THE ROLE AND FUNCTION OF SMALL VET PROVIDERS. Korbel, Patrick; Osborne, Kristen. Adelaide, SA : The National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2019. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Research Report.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 19 July 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Courses; Audit; Research methodology; Data collection; Students; Survey; Student enrolment; Student learning; Student participation; Student characteristics; Disabilities; Aboriginal students; Student support; Teachers; Graduates. Small VET providers; Student satisfaction; Compliance; Private providers; Registered training organisations (RTOs); Australian Standards and Quality Authority (ASQA). [ID NO.:190279]


E2583
STRENGTHENING SKILLS : EXPERT REVIEW OF AUSTRALIA’S VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING SYSTEM. Joyce, Steven. [Canberra, ACT] : Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Review; Labour market; Quality assurance; Regulations; Education policy; Education funding; Pathways; Apprenticeships; Traineeships; Skill development; Technological change; Access; Participation; Disadvantaged students; Aboriginal students; Qualifications; Employment patterns; Employers; Lifelong learning; Government role; Policy development. Private providers; Work-based training; VET FEE-HELP; Registered Training Organisations (RTOs). [ID NO.:190246]


JOUR
TAFE AS AN ANCHOR FOR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RENEWAL.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 53 (1) Autumn 2019 pp. 18-19
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Policy framework; History; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Curriculum; Educational innovation; Policy development; Government funding; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Human capital; Labour market; Australian Education Union (AEU). Economic renewal; Vocational streams. [ID NO.:190296]


JOUR
TVET, CAPABILITIES AND SOCIAL JUSTICE. Wheelahan, Leesa.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 53 (1) Autumn 2019 pp. 10-13 (SEE Record 170356 - Global trends in TVET : a framework for social justice).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Technical education; Vocational education; TAFE; Curriculum; Education funding; Training; Participation; Educational disadvantage; Educational attainment; Research methodology; International comparisons; Public funding; Marketisation; Privatisation; TAFE teachers; Labour market; Social justice; Government policy. Capabilities approach; Technical and vocational education and training (TVET). [ID NO.:190295]


WOMEN


E2576
FACE THE FACTS : GENDER EQUALITY 2018. Australian Human Rights Commission. Sydney, NSW : Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 21 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Women; Gender equality; Statistical analysis; Employment; Participation; Leadership; Educational attainment; Family responsibilities; Superannuation; Sex discrimination; Sexual harassment; Violence; Girls; Workplace environment; Human rights; Law. Gender gap; Low paid; Insecure work. [ID NO.:190239]


E2601
THE FUTURE OF WOMEN AT WORK : TRANSITIONS IN THE AGE OF AUTOMATION. Madgavkar, Anu (et.al.). [n.p.] : McKinsey Global Institute, July 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 5 July 2019
KEYWORDS: Employment; Participation; Women; Research methodology; Case studies; Technological change; Transitions; Higher education; Educational attainment; Employment opportunities; Skill development; Access; Occupations; Gender equality; Leadership; Stereotypes; Bias; Men; International comparisons; Mass media. Gender pay gap; Gender parity; Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). [ID NO.:190264]


E2587
GENDER EQUITY INSIGHTS 2019 : BREAKING THROUGH THE GLASS CEILING. Cassells, Rebecca; Duncan, Alan. Perth, WA : Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (BCEC), Curtin University, March 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
BCEC/WGEA Gender Equity Series, Issue No. 4.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 June 2019
KEYWORDS: Employment; Leadership; Equity; Women; Research methodology; Data; Evidence; Gender; Equality; Maternity leave; Retention; Childcare; Employers; Employment policy; Industry. Gender pay gap; Paid parental leave; Glass ceiling; Career progression; Flexibility. [ID NO.:190250]


E2597
THE GENDER REVOLUTION : UNEVEN AND STALLED. England, Paula.
Gender & Society 24 (2) April 2010 pp. 149-166 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Change; Women; Educational attainment; Gender inequality; Family responsibilities; Research; Feminism; Social class; Bias; Sex discrimination; Men; Occupations; Income. Gender system; Gender gap; Upward mobility; Incentives. [ID NO.:190260]


E2598
WOMEN, GENDER AND FEMINISM IN THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE : A REVIEW. Johnson, Carol.
Australian Journal of Political Science 50 (4) 2015 pp. 695â€"706 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Feminism; Gender; Women; Literature review; Political science; Bias; Research methodologies; Social movements; Political issues; Activism; Labour market. Feminists; Gender studies. [ID NO.:190261]


305.42 MON
WORDSLUT : A FEMINIST GUIDE TO TAKING BACK THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. Montell, Amanda. Carlton, Victoria : Nero, an imprint of Schwartz Publishing Pty Ltd, 2019. 291 p. ; ill.
KEYWORDS: English language; Sexism; Research methodology; Literature; Bias; Languages; Feminism; Education systems; Language usage; Communication; Gender; Women; Men; Mass media; Politics. Sex differences; Patriarchy. [ID NO.:190232]


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