Brotherhood of St Laurence
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Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents: 1. Introduction / Rachel Gibson, Shaun Wilson, Gabrielle Meagher, David Denemark and Mark Western --2. What makes an Australian family? / Ann Evans and Edith Gray -- 3. Making families work / Deborah Mitchell -- 4. How do Australians feel about their work? / Bill Martin and Jocelyn Pixley -- 5. Voluntary associations and political participation / Andrew Passey and Mark Lyons -- 6. Are postmaterialists engaged citizens? / Mark Western and Bruce Tranter -- 7. Where to for the welfare state? / Shaun Wilson, Gabrielle Meagher and Trevor Breusch -- 8. Is there a crisis of trust in Australia? / Clive Bean -- 9. Alarmed and angry about crime? / David Indermaur and Lynne Roberts -- 10. Have Australians embraced economic reform? / Michael Pusey and Nick Turnbull -- 11. Immigration, multiculturalism and national identity / Murray Goot and Ian Watson -- 12. Knowing your genes Kristine Barlow-Stewart, Sandra Taylor and Margaret Otlowski -- 13. Mass media and media power in Australia / David Denemark -- 14. Are Australians open to globalisation? / Ian Marsh, Gabrielle Meagher and Shaun Wilson.

This assessment of public opinion in the Howard years is for anyone interested in the social dynamics of contemporary Australia. The report draws on 4270 responses to Australia s major social survey, the Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, conducted by the Australian National University. Social scientists from a network of universities around the country offer insights into how Australians view work, family, immigration, crime, media power, genetic testing, economic reform, television violence and globalisation.

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