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Title: Social exclusion monitor bulletin June 2015
Other Titles: AzpitarteBowman Social exclusion monitor bulletin Jun2015
Authors: Azpitarte, Francisco; Bowman, Dina
Francisco Azpitarte
Dina Bowman
Issue Date: 12-Jun-2015
Abstract: RESEARCH BULLETIN Social exclusion monitor bulletin June 2015 Francisco Azpitarte and Dina Bowman In this fifth bulletin we summarise the results of the social exclusion monitor, updated using 2012 data from wave 12 of the HILDA survey. We also present evidence on the contribution of the welfare domains to the levels of exclusion experienced by men and women and by different age groups. Background In 2008–09, the Brotherhood of St Laurence (BSL) collaborated with the Melbourne Institute (MIAESR) to develop a method to measure the extent and evolution of social exclusion in Australia. In contrast to onedimensional measures of income poverty, the concept of social exclusion is multidimensional as it identifies disadvantage with deprivation across multiple life domains. The BSL–MIAESR measure of social exclusion draws on the capability framework proposed by Amartya Sen.
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