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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES


JOUR
A 'BETTER' EDUCATION : AN EXAMINATION OF THE UTILITY OF BOARDING SCHOOL FOR INDIGENOUS SECONDARY STUDENTS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Macdonald, Mary-Anne (et.al.).
Australian Journal of Education 62 (2) August 2018 pp. 192-216 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Aboriginal education; Aboriginal students; Student learning; Boarding schools; Research methodology; Student engagement; Student support; Racial discrimination; Student completion; Family environment; Pathways; Employment; Remote school; Abstudy; Socioeconomic disadvantage; Western Australia. Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (AIEF); Indigenous students; Non-Indigenous students. [ID NO.:190088]


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THE CHARACTERISTICS AND POTENTIAL EFFECTS OF THE SCHOOLS THAT INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS ATTEND. Biddle, Nicholas; Edwards, Ben. [Canberra, ACT] : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), Australian National University, November 2017. Electronic document. CAEPR Working Paper No. 119/2017. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 22 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Aboriginal education; History; Education systems; Aboriginal students; Educational experience; School environment; Student learning; Student support; Student outcome; Equity; Resources; Educational research; Data collection; Demographics; Racial discrimination; Government policy; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Indigenous population. School segregation; National Assessment Program, Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Non-Indigenous students. [ID NO.:190124]


E2511
HIGHER EDUCATION OUTCOMES FOR INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN : BARRIERS AND ENABLERS TO PARTICIPATION AND COMPLETION. Rigney, Lester-Irabinna; Neill, Bec. [Adelaide, SA] : Centre for Research in Social Inclusion and Education, University of South Australia, 2018. Electronic document ; ill.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 120344 - Review of higher education access and outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People : final report 2012).
Link; accessed on 20 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Higher education; Aboriginal students; Participation; Student engagement; Student support; Student experience; Retention; Educational disadvantage; Student completion; Research methodology; Case study; Data; University administration; Benchmarks; Policy development; Academic staff; Curriculum; Cultural awareness. Barriers to participation; Aboriginal tutoring; Close the Gap. [ID NO.: 190114]


E2518
POST-SCHOOL EDUCATION. Venn, Danielle; Crawford, Heather. Canberra, ACT : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), The Australian National University, December 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
2016 Census Paper No. 11. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Aboriginal students; Vocational education; Training; Higher education; Access; Pathways; Student participation; Educational attainment; University education; Research methodology; Statistics; Aboriginal education; Student characteristics; Socioeconomic disadvantage; Post-secondary education; Student completion; Qualifications; Gender. Non-Indigenous students; Vocational attainment; Close the Gap. [ID NO.:190121]


ACADEMICS


JOUR
THE CLASS CEILING.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2380) 25-31 October 2018 pp. 40-43
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academic staff; University environment; Working class; Identity; Socioeconomic background; Social attitudes; Casual employment; Working class students. Academic careers; Academia. [ID NO.:190099]


JOUR
DON'T GET COMFORTABLE. Bothwell, Ellie.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2368) 2-8 August 2018 pp. 30-36
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Precarious employment; Casualisation; Academic staff; Academic salaries; Job security; Employment contracts; Data collection; Universities; Leadership; Trade unions; International comparisons. [ID NO.:190096]


JOUR
LGBT BATTLE IS NOT WON.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2362) 21-27 June 2018 p. 30
KEYWORDS: Academics; Stress; Discrimination; University environment; Academic staff; Prejudice; Homophobia; Bullying; Universities. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT). [ID NO.:190095]


JOUR
RESEARCH WORKLOADS IN AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES. Kenny, John; Fluck, Edward.
AUR Australian Universities' Review 60 (2) 2018 pp. 25-37 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Academics; Research; Performance; Academic staff; Survey; Research; Attitudes; Workload; Working conditions. Academic workload. [ID NO.:190062]


JOUR
THE ROCK STAR AT THE UNIVERSITY. Fielke, Giles Simon.
Arena Magazine (155) 08-09 2018 pp. 42-44
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Change; Corporatisation; Academics; University environment; University students. Branding. [ID NO.:190067]


JOUR
THE STATE OF THE UNION. Grove, Jack.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2378) 11-17 October 2018 pp. 30-35
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Marketisation; Universities; Leadership; Attitudes; Academics; University staff; Salaries; Working conditions; Job security; Superannuation; Strikes; Casualisation; Union membership; Collective bargaining; Trade unions; Campaigns; International comparisons. [ID NO.:190098]


JOUR
TEACHING TO THE SET. Zajdow, Grazyna.
Arena Magazine (156) 10-11 2018 pp. 7-9
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University administration; Attitudes; Academic staff; Performance; Teaching practice; Student learning; Student attitudes; Perception; Research methodology; International comparisons. Student evaluation of teaching (SETs); Academic unions. [ID NO.:190133]


BULLYING


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DO SCHOOLS NORMALISE SEXUAL HARASSMENT? AN ANALYSIS OF A LEGAL CASE REGARDING SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN A SWEDISH HIGH SCHOOL. Gadin, Katja Gillander; Stein, Nan.
Gender and Education 2017 pp. 1-18 (Bibliography). Electronic document.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Adolescence; Boys; School environment; Student behaviour; Student attitudes; Bullying; Sexual harassment; Girls; Law; Courts; Case study; Sweden; Gender inequality; School policy; Intervention; Teacher perception; Teacher attitudes; Teacher responsibility. Hegemonic masculinity; Power relations; Gender-based violence; Feminist perspective; Swedish Discrimination Act. [ID NO.:190074]


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GENDERED HARASSMENT IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS : UNDERSTANDING TEACHERS' (NON) INTERVENTIONS. Meyer, Elizabeth J..
Gender and Education 20 (6) November 2008 pp. 555-570 (Bibliography). Electronic document.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Secondary schools; Student behaviour; Student attitudes; Gender; Sexual harassment; Homosexuality; Bullying; School environment; Social attitudes; Inequality; Teachers; Interviews; Teacher perceptions; Teacher attitudes; School policy; Intervention; Teacher student relationship; Teacher responsibility; Canada; Case studies; International comparisons. Gendered harassment; Homophobic harassment. [ID NO.:190075]


E2504
REINFORCING HEGEMONIC MASCULINITIES THROUGH SEXUAL HARASSMENT : ISSUES OF IDENTITY, POWER AND POPULARITY IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS. Robinson, Kerry H..
Gender and Education 17 (1) March 2005 pp. 19-37 (Bibliography). Electronic document.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Secondary school students; Boys; Perception; Research; Surveys; Social attitudes; Student attitudes; Sexuality; Racism; Gender; Girls; Sexual harassment; Violence; School environment; Case study; Interviews; Teachers. Hegemonic masculinity; Power relations. [ID NO.:190073]


DEMOCRACY


300.994 DEN
DEAD RIGHT : HOW NEOLIBERALISM ATE ITSELF AND WHAT COMES NEXT. Denniss, Richard. Updated and expanded edition. Carlton, Vic. : Black Inc.,, 2019. 172 p. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Economic conditions; Australia; History; Political attitudes; Neoliberalism; Privatisation; Social conditions; Employment; Wages; Democracy; Outsourcing; Taxation; Inequality; Corporations. [ID NO.:190103]


EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION


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EARLY CHILDHOOD STAFF WANT SECURITY AND RESPECT. Woodward, Fiona.
AEU Journal SA 50 (6) September 2018 pp. 6-7
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Teachers; Wages; Working conditions; Job security; Government policy. [ID NO.:190080]


JOUR
PRESSURE FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD GUARANTEE.
Australian Educator (99) Spring 2018 p. 21
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Government policy; Government funding; Access; Participation; Liberal Party; Political attitudes; International comparisons; OECD countries. [ID NO.:190082]


EDUCATION - GENERAL


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EFFECT OF RED TAPE ON PRIVATE EDUCATION : INTERIM REPORT. The Senate, Select Committee on Red Tape. Canberra, ACT : The Senate, Select Committee on Red Tape, November 2018. Electronic document. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Private education; Inquiry; Regulations; Government policy; Private schools; Public funding; Schools; Higher education; Vocational education; Training; Student participation; Student support; Disabilities; Student loans; International students; Education standards; Public education. Red tape; Private providers; VET FEE-HELP; Registered training organisations (RTOs); Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA); National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC). [ID NO.:190120]


JOUR
GREEDY INVESTORS EYE EDUCATION AS " THE NEW GOLD". Robertson, Susan.
Australian Educator (99) Spring 2018 pp. 28-29
KEYWORDS: Public education; Trade; Services; Privatisation; Government attitudes; International relations; Corporatisation; Democracy; Rights to education; Human rights. Trade in services agreement (TISA); For-profit; World Trade Organisation (WTO). [ID NO.:190084]


E2514
LEGISLATIVE EXEMPTIONS THAT ALLOW FAITH-BASED EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS TO DISCRIMINATE AGAINST STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND STAFF. The Senate, Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee. Canberra, ACT : Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee, November 2018. Electronic document.
Link; accessed on 20 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Religious schools; Gender; Sexuality; Identity; Homosexuality; Discrimination; Teachers; Student support; Human rights; Review; Government role; Legislation; Teacher unions; Political party policy. Religious Freedom Review (Ruddock review); Freedom of religion; Gender diversity; Gender identity; Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI); Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ). [ID NO.:190117]


E2515
TRENDS SHAPING EDUCATION 2019. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education policy; OECD countries; Investment; Globalisation; Government; Economic conditions; Politics; Poverty; Inequality; Employment; Skills; Labour market; Participation; Income; Educational attainment; Disadvantaged students; Family environment; Living standards; Gender equity; Democracy; Citizenship. Cybercrime; Low income countries; Citizen engagement; Rich poor gap. [ID NO.:190118]


JOUR
WHAT IS EDUCATION?. Bartlett, A.J.; Clemens, Justin.
Arena Magazine (155) 08-09 2018 pp. 45-49
KEYWORDS: Educational philosophy; Knowledge economy; Educational theories; Neoliberalism; Education systems; Pedagogy; Student learning; Student outcome; Education policy; Government role; Universities. Education discourse; Gonski review; Karl Marx; Plato. [ID NO.:190068]


EDUCATION - K-12


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BEYOND NAPLAN AND THE DATAWALL. Fitzgerald, Denis.
Professional Voice 12 (2) Winter 2018 pp. 31-37 (Bibliography; SEE Record 200303 - Crossroads: a green paper on assessment policy).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Student assessment; Student achievement; Educational research; Data collection; International comparisons; Online education; Educational disadvantage; Student characteristics; Student background; School community; Socioeconomic status. Low SES; National Assessment Programâ€"Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); Edu-business. [ID NO.:190085]


JOUR
EDUCATION MINISTER FAILS THE TEST.
Australian Educator (99) Spring 2018 pp. 22-23
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Student learning; Student assessment; Academic research; Government policy; Government attitudes; Teachers; Survey; Teacher experiences; Teacher unions; Australian Education Union (AEU). National Assessment Programâ€"Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); High-stakes; Gonski 2.0. [ID NO.:190083]


JOUR
THE GREAT INSTRUMENT. Sparrow, Jeff.
AEU News Term 3 2018 pp. 26-27
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Public schools; Private schools; Government funding; Political party policy; Ideology; Equity; Democracy. Gough Whitlam; Universal education; Public-private debate. [ID NO.:190079]


JOUR
THE LAW OF DISADVANTAGE. Dolan, Kath.
AEU News Term 3 2018 pp. 20-22
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Disadvantaged students; Disadvantaged communities; Student needs; Student support; Law; Wellbeing; Principals; Lawyers; Educational innovation; Community development; Refugees; Family environment. WEstjustice; Legal aid. [ID NO.:190078]


JOUR
STUDENT VOICE : STUDENT FEELINGS AS THEY JOURNEY THROUGH NATIONAL ASSESSMENT (NAPLAN). Swain, Katharine; Pendergast, Donna.
Australian Journal of Education 62 (2) August 2018 pp. 108-134 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Student assessment; Student experiences; Stress; Case study; Research methodology; Data collection; Student engagement; Teachers; Pedagogy. Student voice; Student feelings; High-stakes testing; National Assessment Programâ€"Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). [ID NO.:190087]


EMPLOYMENT


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AVOIDING THE TRAP OF EXPLOITATIVE WORK : A NATIONAL APPROACH TO MAKING WORK-INTEGRATED LEARNING EFFECTIVE, EQUITABLE AND SAFE. Hewitt, Anne.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 31 (2) October 2018 pp. 101-130 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Workplace learning; Access; Participation; University students; Pathways; Equity; Work experience; Regulations; Workplace environment; Quality assurance; Higher education; Pedagogy; Graduates; Student experiences. Unpaid work; Work-integrated learning (WIL). [ID NO.:190108]


JOUR
THE DECLINING LABOUR SHARE IN AUSTRALIA : DEFINITION, MEASUREMENT, AND INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS. Stanford, Jim.
Journal of Australian Political Economy (81) Winter 2018 pp. 11-32 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Income; Inequality; Research methodology; Measurement techniques; Economic conditions; Change; Employees; Working hours; Minimum wage; Labour market; Government policy; Employer attitudes; International comparisons. Income distribution; Labour share; Union density; Political economy. [ID NO.:190027]


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GENDER AND INFORMALITY AT WORK - THEORETICAL PROVOCATIONS : AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL ISSUE ON GENDER AND INFORMALITY. Coles, Amanda; Macdonald, Fiona; Delaney, Annie.
Labour and Industry 28 (2) June 2018 pp. 93-98 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Change; Gender; Working conditions; Research methodology; Labour market; Women; Employment relationship. Informal work; Gender relations; Future of work; Informal economy. [ID NO.:190105]


JOUR
THE LABOUR SHARE, POWER AND FINANCIALISATION. Peetz, David.
Journal of Australian Political Economy (81) Winter 2018 pp. 33-51 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Economic conditions; Financialisation; Employer attitudes; Employment; Change; Employees; Wages; Inequality; Neoliberalism; Trade unions; Power; International comparisons. Labour share; Union density; Executive salaries; Political economy. [ID NO.:190028]


JOUR
THE NATURE AND PREVALENCE OF UNLAWFUL UNPAID WORK EXPERIENCE IN AUSTRALIA. Stewart, Andrew; Oliver, Damian; McDonald, Paula; Hewitt, Anne.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 31 (2) October 2018 pp. 157-179 (Bibliography; SEE Record 170009 - Unpaid work experience in Australia : prevalence, nature and impact - 2016 report).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Workplace learning; Work experience; Participation; Students; Youth; Research methodology; Survey; Wages; Law; Regulations; Secondary school students; Vocational education; Training; Quality assurance; University students; Socioeconomic status. Unpaid work experience (UWE); Internships; Traineeships; Work-integrated learning (WIL); Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO). [ID NO.:190110]


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UNDER THE EMPLOYER'S EYE : ELECTRONIC MONITORING & SURVEILLANCE IN AUSTRALIAN WORKPLACES. Henderson, Troy; Swann, Tom; Stanford, Jim. Canberra, ACT : Centre for Future Work, The Australia Institute, November 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
https://www.gohomeontimeday.org.au/img/materials/GHOTD%202018%20Under%20the%20Employer's%20Eye.pdf; accessed on 20 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Survey; Data collection; Electronic mail; Internet; Discipline; Unfair dismissal; Employer employee relationship; Employer attitudes; Privacy; Legislation; Trade unions. Electronic monitoring; Workplace surveillance; Social media; Digital surveillance; Information and communication technologies (ICT); Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:190116]


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THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN WAGE STRUCTURE AND GENDER WAGE GAP : A POST-MINING BOOM ANALYSIS. Preston, Alison; Birch, Elisa.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (5) November 2018 pp. 619-646 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Gender; Occupation; Wages; Western Australia; Industry; Human capital; Research methodology; Data collection; Literature review; Women; Men; Equality; Mining; Discrimination. Gender pay gap; Western Australia wage structure; Low paid; Segmentation; Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey. [ID NO.:190128]


GENDER


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CONNELL'S THEORY OF MASCULINITY : ITS ORIGINS AND INFLUENCES ON THE STUDY OF GENDER. Wedgwood, Nikki.
Journal of Gender Studies 18 (4) December 2009 pp. 329-339 (Bibliography). Electronic document.
KEYWORDS: Gender; Academic research; Academics; Sociology; Power; Case studies; Theory; Men; Feminism. Raewyn Connell; Theory of masculinity; Feminists; Gender relations; Gender studies; Hegemonic masculinity; Psychoanalysis. [ID NO.:190076]


HIGHER EDUCATION


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ENGINES OF PROSPERITY?. Pells, Rachael.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2359) 31 May-6 June 2018 pp. 32-38
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Investment; Economic growth; Measurement techniques; Developed countries; Developing countries; Economic development; Research and development; Quality; Government policy; Education funding; Student enrolment; Student fees; International comparisons. [ID NO.:190092]


E2508
THE FINANCIAL AND EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES OF BACHELOR DEGREE NON-COMPLETERS. Luckman, Michael; Harvey, Andrew.
Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 41 (1) 2019 pp. 3-17 (Bibliography). Electronic document.
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Student participation; Retention; Student attrition; Research methodology; Data collection; University students; Educational outcome; Student engagement; Vocational education; Training; Pathways; Graduates; Income; Employment. Non-completion; Dropouts; Completion rates; Bachelor degree non-completers. [ID NO.:190077]


E2520
THE FLOOD OF INSECURE EMPLOYMENT AT AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES. Kniest, Paul. South Melbourne, Vic. : National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU), August 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 22 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Academics; University staff; Employment contracts; Job insecurity; Research methodology; Statistics; University administration; Casual employment; Gender; Government policy; Legislation. General staff; Professional staff; Insecure employment; Specialisation; Higher Education Workplace Relations Requirements (HEWRRs); Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA); National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU). [ID NO.:190123]


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HISTORY REVISITED : THE SYSTEM BEFORE DAWKINS. Rodan, Paul.
AUR Australian Universities' Review 60 (2) 2018 pp. 66-67
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Reform; Government policy; History. Colleges of Advanced Education (CAE). [ID NO.:190064]


JOUR
LET'S TAKE BACK CONTROL. Cutterham, Tom.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2360) 7-13 June 2018 pp. 42-44
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Leadership; Attitudes; Governance; Remuneration; Academic salaries; University staff; Superannuation; Democracy; United Kingdom. Executive pay; Academic voice; Student voice; Democratic representation; Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS). [ID NO.:190093]


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PRINCIPLES FOR EQUITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION PERFORMANCE FUNDING : FINAL REPORT. Harvey, Andrew; Cakitaki, Beni; Brett, Matthew. Melbourne, Vic. : Centre for Higher Education Equity and Diversity Research, La Trobe University, November 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University students; Equity; Research methodology; Data collection; Universities; Performance; Government funding; Government policy; International comparisons; Australia; United Kingdom; United States of America; Accountability; Educational research; Educational disadvantage; Socioeconomic status; Student learning; Student achievement; Retention; Student support; Student characteristics; Student background; Aboriginal students; Graduates; Employment. Performance funding; Low SES; Student success; Completion rates; Graduate outcome. [ID NO.:190126]


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SALARY DIVERSITY : AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES AND THEIR GENERAL STAFF. Dobson, Ian R..
AUR Australian Universities' Review 60 (2) 2018 pp. 77-87 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Research; University staff; Salaries; Data collection; Working conditions; Employment contracts; Academic staff; University administration; Government role. General staff; Professional staff; Job classification; Higher education workers (HEW); National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU). [ID NO.:190065]


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UNIVERSITY INTEGRITY UNDERMINED BY DECLINING PUBLIC INVESTMENT. Rea, Jeannie.
Advocate 25 (2) July 2018 pp. 30-31
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Governance; Government funding; Autonomy; Accountability; Private financial support; Academics; Humanities; Academic freedom. Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation; Transparency. [ID NO.:190069]


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WHEN POLITICAL VALUES COLLIDE WITH RESEARCH PROTOCOLS, BE AFRAID. Forget, Evelyn.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2379) 18-24 October 2018 pp. 24-25
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Universities; Research and development; Research funding; Government role; Policy development; Political issues. [ID NO.:190097]


JOUR
WHY IS MARTHA DOING BETTER THAN ARTHUR?. Bothwell, Ellie.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2356) 10-16 May 2018 pp. 36-43
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University education; Access; Participation; Men; Women; Educational disadvantage; Poverty; Social attitudes; Sex discrimination; Boys; Academic ability; Student support; Educational achievement; Graduates; Gender equality; International comparisons. Gender gap; Rich poor gap. [ID NO.:190091]


JOUR
THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT. Grove, Jack.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2352) 12-18 April 2018 pp. 40-45
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Leadership; Attitudes; Commercialisation; Reform; Academics; University staff; Strikes; Working conditions; Workload; Casualisation; Unions; Superannuation; United Kingdom. Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS). [ID NO.:190090]


E2510
WORLD HIGHER EDUCATION UNDER CONDITIONS OF NATIONAL/GLOBAL DISEQUILIBRIA. Marginson, Simon. London : Centre for Global Higher Education, UCL Institute of Education, October 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables. Working paper no. 42. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Higher education; Change; Research methodology; International comparisons; Marketisation; University education; Student participation; Economic conditions; Inequality; Migration; Political issues; Universities; Academic freedom; OECD countries; Government role; China. Income inequality; Economic globalisation; Populist politics; Social media; University rankings. [ID NO.:190113]


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS


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EQUITY BARGAINING/BARGAINING EQUITY. Briskin, Linda. 2nd. ed.. Ontario : Centre for Research on Work and Society, York University, July 2006. Electronic document.
Restructuring Work and Labour in the New Economy Working Paper Series 2006-01. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Collective bargaining; Equity; Equal opportunity; Labour market; Gender; Human rights; Sex discrimination; Government policy; Legislation; Employers; Trade unions; Organising; Union movement; International comparisons; Europe; United Kingdom; Research methodology; Aboriginal women; Canada. Equity bargaining; Bargaining equity; Flexibility; Family-friendly policy; First Nations. [ID NO.:190127]


JOUR
AN IMPLIED TERM OF GOOD FAITH?. Fredericks, Glenn.
Workplace Review 9 (1) Spring 2018 pp. 19-25 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment contracts; High Court; Common law; Employer employee relationship; Employment relations; Legislation. Good faith; Implied term; Mutual trust. [ID NO.:190131]


JOUR
TERMINATION OF ENTERPRISE AGREEMENTS UNDER THE FAIR WORK ACT 209 (CTH) AND FINAL OFFER ARBITRATION. McCrystal, Shae.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 31 (2) October 2018 pp. 131-156 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Enterprise agreements; Employer employee relationship; Industrial disputes; Arbitration; Employer attitudes; Collective bargaining; Employees; Wages; Legislation; Workplace Relations Act 1996; Political party policy; Trade unions. Fair Work Act 2009; Agreement termination; Termination of enterprise agreements; WorkChoices; Fair Work Commission (FWC). [ID NO.:190109]


JOUR
WORKERS' RIGHTS IN THE GIG ECONOMY. Pen, Justin.
Workplace Review 9 (1) Spring 2018 pp. 26-29 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Wages; Working conditions; Labour standards; Unfair dismissal; Collective bargaining. National employment Standards (NES); Workers' rights; Gig economy; Independent contractors; Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:190132]


INEQUALITY


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THE DECLINING LABOUR SHARE AND THE RETURN OF DEMOCRATIC CLASS CONFLICT IN AUSTRALIA. Wilson, Shaun.
Journal of Australian Political Economy (81) Winter 2018 pp. 78-94 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Economic policy; Ideology; Government role; Political attitudes; Class; Inequality; Employees; Wages; Labour market; Social welfare; Economic conditions; Liberal Party; Campaigns; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Union movement; Trade unions; International comparisons. Coalition Party; Anti-union; 'Inequality regime'; WorkChoices; Labour share; Political economy; Thomas Piketty. [ID NO.:190030]


POLITICS


320.520994 KEL
POLITICAL TROGLODYTES AND ECONOMIC LUNATICS : THE HARD RIGHT IN AUSTRALIA. Kelly, Dominic. Carlton, Vic. : La Trobe University Press in conjunction with Black Inc., 2019. x, 277 p. (Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Politics; Lobbying; Ideology; Political influence; Public policy; Political parties; Mass media; Liberalism; Liberal Party; Democracy; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Racial discrimination. 'Hard right'; Lobbyists; Right wing; Conservatives; Coalition Party. [ID NO.:190104]


SOCIAL MEDIA


JOUR
NET LOSS : THE INNER LIFE IN THE DIGITAL AGE. Smee, Sebastian.
Quarterly Essay (72) 2018 pp. 1-56
KEYWORDS: Social change; Information technology; Social attitudes; Social environment; Philosophy; Art expression; Life style. 'Inner life'; Social media; Facebook; Digital media. [ID NO.:190100]


TEACHERS


JOUR
THE 2018 WAVE OF TEACHER STRIKES : A TURNING POINT FOR OUR SCHOOLS?. Karp, Stan; Sanchez, Adam.
Rethinking Schools 32 (4) Summer 2018 pp. 6-11
KEYWORDS: Public education; Teachers; Organising; Strikes; Activism; Working conditions; Teacher salaries; Education systems; Corporatisation; Privatisation; Government policy; Government funding; United States of America. Funding cuts; Koch brothers. [ID NO.:190101]


JOUR
EARLY CAREER TEACHERS' SELF-EFFICACY : A LONGITUDINAL STUDY FROM AUSTRALIA. George, Sindu V.; Richardson, Paul W.; Watt, Helen MG..
Australian Journal of Education 62 (2) August 2018 pp. 217-233 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Beginning teachers; Survey; Data collection; Teacher perception; Teacher support; Resources; Workload; Classroom management; Teacher instruction; Student engagement; International comparisons. Early career teachers (ECTs); Teacher self-efficacy; Teacher experiences. [ID NO.:190089]


E2503
"GREAT TITS, MISS!" : THE SILENCING OF MALE STUDENTS' SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF FEMALE TEACHERS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS : A FOCUS ON GENDERED AUTHORITY. Robinson, Kerry.
Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 21 (1) 2000 pp. 75-90 (Bibliography). Electronic document.
KEYWORDS: Teachers; Interviews; Research; Sexual harassment; School environment; Teacher experiences; Males; Student behaviour; Student attitudes; Student background; Family environment; Social attitudes; Sexism; Sexuality; Stereotypes; Gender. Power relations; Female teachers. [ID NO.:190072]


E2502
INTERSECTING POWER RELATIONS IN TEACHERS' EXPERIENCES OF BEING SEXUALIZED OR HARASSED BY STUDENTS. Lahelma, Elina; Palmu, Tarja; Gordon, Tuula.
Sexualities 3 (4) 2000 pp. 463-481 (Bibliography). Electronic document.
KEYWORDS: Teachers; Interviews; Research; Sexual harassment; School environment; Teacher experiences; Teacher student relationship; Teacher support; Student behaviour; Student attitudes; Sexism; Sexuality; Gender; Age; Homosexuality; Finland. Power relationships; Young teachers. [ID NO.:190071]


E2519
LGBTQA+ TEACHERS' EXPERIENCES OF WORKPLACE DISCRIMINATION AND DISADVANTAGE : REPORT TO NEW SOUTH WALES DEPARTMENTAL STAKEHOLDERS. Ullman, Jacqueline; Smith, Melissa. Kingswood, NSW : Centre for Educational Research, University of Western Sydney, June 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 22 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Teachers; Interviews; Sexuality; Discrimination; School environment; Homophobia; Research methodology; Data collection; Teacher support; Bullying; Wellbeing; Sexual harassment; Bias; Student behaviour; Schools; Leadership; Legislation; New South Wales. Gender identity; Gender and sexuality diversity (GSD); Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Asexual and additional gender and sexuality diverse identities, as indicated by the plus sign (+) (LGBTQA+); New South Wales Teachers' Federation (NSWTF). [ID NO.:190122]


JOUR
LOW PAY BUT STILL WE STAY : RETENTION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE. McDonald, Paula; Thorpe, Karen; Irvine, Susan.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (5) November 2018 pp. 647-668 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Teachers; Employment relations; Retention; Minimum wage; Research methodology; Interviews; Teacher perception; Teacher salaries; Childcare; Management practices; Financial resources; Working conditions. Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Low paid; Feminisation; Teacher turnover. [ID NO.:190129]


JOUR
THE NATURE AND FUTURE OF EDUCATION UNIONS. McCollow, John.
Professional Voice 12 (2) Winter 2018 pp. 49-54 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teacher unions; Activism; Social justice; Research; Social change; Education systems; Neoliberalism; Education policy; Union members; Organising; Collective bargaining; Working conditions; Industrial relations; Political attitudes. Union density; Union renewal; Professional unionism. [ID NO.:190086]


E2516
SPOTLIGHT : THE RISE OF ONLINE INITIAL TEACHER EDUCATION : WHAT DO WE KNOW?. Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL). [n.p.] : Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL), 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Teacher education; Online education; Research methodology; Case study; Quality assurance; Access; Student enrolment; Student participation; Student learning; Student characteristics; Student engagement. Initial teacher education (ITE). [ID NO.:190119]


JOUR
TRANSFORMING TEACHER UNIONS IN A POST-JANUS WORLD. Peterson, Bob.
Rethinking Schools 32 (4) Summer 2018 pp. 12-19
KEYWORDS: Public education; Teachers; Industrial action; Teacher unions; Trade unions; Organising; Court litigation; Teacher salaries; Public sector; Employees; Working conditions; Collective bargaining; Reform; Government policy; Government attitudes; United States of America. Agency fees; Right wing politics; Janus v AFSCME; Koch brothers. [ID NO.:190102]


JOUR
WORKLOADS : THE URGENT NEED FOR CHANGE.
Australian Educator (99) Spring 2018 pp. 16-18 (SEE Record 180363 - School staff workload study : final report to the Australian Education Union - Victorian branch).
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Principals; Survey; Workload; Working conditions; Teacher support; Autonomy; Teacher unions; Government policy; Student learning; Student behaviour. Unpaid overtime; State of Our Schools 2017. [ID NO.:190081]


TRADE UNIONS


E2509
TRENDS IN UNION MEMBERSHIP IN AUSTRALIA. Gilfillan, Geoff; McGann, Chris. [Canberra, ACT] : Parliamentary Library, Department of Parliamentary Services, October 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Research Paper 2018-19. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Union membership; History; Data collection; Change; Union members; Industry; Employee attitudes; Working hours; Casual employment; Government role; Legislation; Australian Education Union (AEU); Independent Education Union of Australia (IEUA). National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU); Employee type; Leave entitlements; Compulsory unionism; Union density; Union decline. [ID NO.:190112]


JOUR
WE, THE ALTERNATIVE. Sparrow, Jeff.
AEU News Term 2 2018 pp. 26-27
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Political party policy; Ideology; Legislation; Liberal Party; Employees; Union movement. Anti-union; Right to strike; Coalition Party; Conservatives; Change the Rules. [ID NO.:190070]


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


JOUR
COULD CINDERELLA STILL GO TO THE BALL?. Ross, John.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2361) 14-20 June 2018 pp. 34-42
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Reform; Privatisation; Competition; Government funding; Political party policy; Government attitudes; Access; Participation; Student learning; Student support; Educational attainment; Labour market; Higher education; Lobbying; Australian Education Union (AEU); International comparisons. Demand-driven; Skill-shortage; Bradley review; VET FEE-HELP; Private providers. [ID NO.:190094]


E2512
THE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING SECTOR : A QUICK GUIDE. Cy, Carol. [Canberra, ACT] : Parliamentary Library, Department of Parliamentary Services, November 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Research Paper 2018-19. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 20 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Student enrolment; Student participation; Data collection; Student characteristics; Student background; Student fees; Higher education; Government policy; Government funding; Regulations; Federal state relationship. VET providers; Registered training organisations (RTOs); Council of Australian Governments (COAG). [ID NO.:190115]


WOMEN


E2522
AUSTRALIA'S GENDER EQUALITY SCORECARD : KEY FINDINGS FROM THE WORKPLACE GENDER EQUALITY AGENCY'S 2017-18 REPORTING DATA. Sydney, NSW : Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA), November 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 March 2019
KEYWORDS: Employment; Participation; Data; Gender; Equity; Women; Equality; Measurement techniques; Data; Sex discrimination; Part-time employment; Leadership; Men; Employers; Management; Strategies; Industry. Pay gap; Pay equity; Segregation; Flexible work arrangements (FWAs); Paid parental leave; Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA). [ID NO.:190125]


JOUR
DE FACTO INFORMALITY? : RETHINKING THE EXPERIENCE OF WOMEN IN THE FORMALLY REGULATED WORKPLACE. Heap, Lisa; Barnes, Tom; Weller, Sally.
Labour and Industry 28 (2) June 2018 pp. 115-129 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Women; Sex discrimination; Law; Working conditions; Gender inequality; Research methodology; Case studies; Workplace environment; Sexual harassment; Pregnancy; Regulations; Trade unions. Informal work; Gendered violence; Workplace rights; Workplace experiences; Paid parental leave; Gender order; Fair Work Act 2009; International Labour Organisation (ILO). [ID NO.:190107]


JOUR
GENDER GAPS IN LONG-TERM EARNINGS AND RETIREMENT WEALTH : THE EFFECTS OF EDUCATION AND PARENTHOOD. Austen, Siobhan; Mavisakalyan, Astghik.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (4) September 2018 pp. 492-516 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Income; Retirement; Research methodology; Data collection; Gender; Educational attainment; Year 12; University education; Qualifications; Labour market; Women; Human capital; Superannuation; Family responsibilities; Men. Gender gap; Unpaid work; Parenthood; Wealth; Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey. [ID NO.:190130]


JOUR
THINKING ABOUT INFORMALITY : GENDER (IN)EQUALITY (IN) DECENT WORK ACROSS GEOGRAPHIC AND ECONOMIC BOUNDARIES. Delaney, Annie; Macdonald, Fiona.
Labour and Industry 28 (2) June 2018 pp. 99-114 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Change; Gender; Working conditions; Wages; Research methodology; Literature review; Case studies; Women; Labour market; Developed countries; Neoliberalism; Inequality; Feminism. Informal work; Low paid; Gender differences; Informal economy; Non-standard employment; International Labour Organisation (ILO). [ID NO.:190106]


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