THE AUSTRALIAN

Download The Australian ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to THE AUSTRALIAN book pdf for free now.

The Australian People

Author : James Jupp
ISBN : 9780521807890
Genre : History
File Size : 47.91 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 364
Read : 951

An encyclopedia of the many ethnic groups who make up the Australian people.
Category: History

The Australian Welfare State

Author : John Wilson
ISBN : 0732930995
Genre : Australia
File Size : 55.77 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 489
Read : 985

Textbook for tertiary students which provides documentary sources as well as commentaries from academics in the field to outline the historical development of the Australian welfare state. Suitable for introductory courses in social welfare, politics, sociology and public policy. The material is presented in five parts including: policies for the employed in the last century, the struggle of Australian women to receive employment and child-related benefits from the state, the development of policies relating to indigenous and immigrant Australians and how the welfare state has dealt with the aged and refugees. The final part considers documents in Australian history that contrast discordant understandings of the purposes of the welfare state. Includes a table of contents, an index and list of references. Also available in hardback.
Category: Australia

Sacred Places

Author : K. S. Inglis
ISBN : 9780522854794
Genre : Monuments
File Size : 32.28 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 287
Read : 1215

Memorials to Australian participation in wars abound in our landscape. From Melbourne's huge Shrine of Remembrance to the modest marble soldier, obelisk or memorial hall in suburb and country town, they mourn and honour Australians who have served and died for their country. Surprisingly, they have largely escaped scrutiny. Ken Inglis argues that the imagery, rituals and rhetoric generated around memorials constitute a civil religion, a cult of ANZAC. Sacred Places traces three elements which converged to create the cult: the special place of war in the European mind when nationalism was at its zenith; the colonial condition; and the death of so many young men in distant battle, which impelled the bereaved to make substitutes for the graves of which history had deprived them. The 'war memorial movement' attracted conflict as well as commitment. Inglis looks at uneasy acceptance, even rejection, of the cult by socialists, pacifists, feminists and some Christians, and at its virtual exclusion of Aborigines. He suggests that between 1918 and 1939 the making, dedication and use of memorials enhanced the power of the right in Australian public life. Finally, he examines a paradox. Why, as Australia's wars recede in public and private memory, and as a once British Australia becomes multicultural, have the memorials and what they stand for become more cherished than ever? Sacred Places spans war, religion, politics, language and the visual arts. Ken Inglis has distilled new cultural understandings from a familiar landscape.
Category: Monuments

Contesting The Australian Way

Author : Paul Smyth
ISBN : 0521633907
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 32.59 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 491
Read : 1213

Since the 1980s public policy has been perceived as being in a crisis of uncertainty. Many argue that consolidating the market imperative in both economic and social policy is the way out of this crisis. In this 1999 book, a leading group of writers challenge this view, calling for reassertion of a 'mixed' rather than a 'market' economy and a reaffirmation of the egalitarianism that has characterised past Australian social policy. The book confronts key issues of our time, particularly rising inequality and unemployment. Attempting to look beyond familiar debates about economic rationalism, it discusses the role of industry policy, the impact of globalisation, and the usefulness of competition models in the public, welfare, and community sectors. Asking whether economic and social policy can be reintegrated in a shared vision, this groundbreaking book argues the case for reinventing government rather than marginalising it.
Category: Political Science

Iss 4 Islam And The Australian News Media

Author :
ISBN : 0522860044
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 87.57 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 996
Read : 961

Few issues have captured media headlines over the past two decades like Islam and Muslims, and much of what the Australian public knows about Islam and its followers is gleaned from the mass media. Islam and the Australian News Media tackles head-on the Australian news media's treatment of Islam and Muslims. This incisive collection brings together the research and insights of academics, editors and journalists on the representation of Islam and its impact on social relations, the newsworthiness of Muslim issues and the complexities of covering Islam. Importantly, Islam and the Australian News Media also explores how Muslim communities in Australia are responding to their image in the Australian news media. This book is a must-read for all those interested in the relationship between media and society.
Category: Social Science

The Australian Ugliness Text Classics

Author : Robin Boyd
ISBN : 9781921921995
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 52.76 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 215
Read : 757

Brilliant, witty, scathing, The Australian Ugliness is the classic postwar account of Australian society, how we live in the environments we create, and the consequences of our failure to think about how we live.
Category: Architecture

The Australian Metropolis

Author : Stephen Hamnett
ISBN : 0419258000
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 52.80 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 229
Read : 963

The Australian Metropolis splendidly fills a huge gap in the literature on Australian cities. It is the definitive account of the history of Australian cities and the crucial role which planning has played in their genesis and growth. Spanning two centuries from the very beginning until the present day, it will instantly become a standard work ' Professor Sir Peter Hall, author of Cities in Civilisation.. The Australian Metropolis provides a single-volume introduction to the development of urban planning. It fills the need for a convenient, initial resource for anyone interested in the broad evolutionary sweep of modern planning. By setting the evolution of Australian planning within its broader societal context, The Australian Metropolis presents a balanced appraisal of the positive, negative and ambivalent legacies resulting from attempts to plan Australia's major cities. This book is the winner of two Royal Australian Planning Institute Awards for Planning Excellence in 2000/2001, including the New South Wales' Division Prize for Planning Scholarship in February 2001.
Category: Architecture

Whistleblowing In The Australian Public Sector

Author : A. J. Brown
ISBN : 9781921536199
Genre : Law
File Size : 51.44 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 794
Read : 1177

The product of one of the world's most comprehensive research projects on whistleblowing, evidence from over 8,000 public servants in over 100 federal, state and local government agencies shows that whistleblowers can and do survive, and that often their role is highly valued. Public sector managers face significant challenges in better managing and protecting whistleblowers. There is great variation between the many public agencies making the effort, and the many agencies where the outcomes - for managers and whistleblowers alike - are still likely to be grim. This book is compulsory reading for all public sector managers who wish to turn this negative trend around, and for anyone interested in public accountability generally.
Category: Law