Community adversity and resilience : the distribution of social disadvantage in Victoria and New South Wales and the mediating role of social cohesion. /Publisher: Richmond, Melbourne Jesuit Social Services 2004Description: 90 p. : ill., maps (some col.) ; 30 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)ISBN: 9780975191507; 0975191500Subject(s): Poverty Measurement | Social Indicators | Regional Economic Disparities | Demographic Surveys | Income Distribution | Disadvantaged Groups | Case Studies | Locational Disadvantage | Social Indicators | Postcodes | Jesuit Social ServicesDDC classification: 362.5 VIN Online Resources: Electronic copy
March 2004 The study provides coloured postcode maps of social disadvantage in Victoria (facing pages 45 and 47) Includes bibliographical references (p. 82-86) Includes 1 x Compact Disc which is stored in Library compactus
This research report measures the concentration of disadvantage attached to postcode areas in New South Wales and Victoria. A sequel to the earlier "Unequal in life study", it shows that many of the localities which ranked highest on the disadvantage scale in 1999 reappeared in the most disadvantaged band in 2003. Tony Vinson also attempts to identify strengths of disadvantaged areas which could be promoted and fostered in order to increase social cohesion, and include some case studies of neighbourhood renewal and community strengthening.
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|Book||Brotherhood of St Laurence||362.5 VIN (Browse shelf (Opens below))||1||Available||301406|