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Achieving Social Justice for Aboriginal PeopleAchieving Social Justice for Aboriginal People
Aboriginal children from their families – and the current continuance of cyclical poverty in Aboriginal communities, Aboriginal people continue to experience lower socio-economic outcomes than other Australians
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Briefing paper Population Dynamics and Poverty ReductionBriefing paper Population Dynamics and Poverty Reduction
During the inter-censal period 1988 to 2002 the population increased 49 per cent
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Exercises: J. GeffenExercises: J. Geffen
The result of all these changes is that far fewer families consist of a married couple with children than was the case fifty years ago
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Remittances and Economic Growth in Mexico: An Empirical Study with Structural BreaksRemittances and Economic Growth in Mexico: An Empirical Study with Structural Breaks
Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Trinity College, Hartford, ct, 06109
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1990 Social Justice In Everyday Life1990 Social Justice In Everyday Life
The realm of the everyday is the context within which a large number of people are more likely to experience, at least initially, their Spirit-given dignity and power to take part in the transformation of the world
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Themes Review American Economics Tanya Davis, Mattieu Claude, Erica GrivjackThemes Review American Economics Tanya Davis, Mattieu Claude, Erica Grivjack
People were first hunter-gatherers, then began to own their own farms independently
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Century” Past and PresentCentury” Past and Present
Thompson, E. P. 1971. “The Moral Economy of the English Crowd in the 19th century” Past and Present 50: 76-136 [and] The Making of the English Working Class
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Writing Frame FormWriting Frame Form
These four elements compose a “frame” that allow you to craft the most effective piece of writing possible for the particular writing situation which you are attempting to address
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In Pursuit of GodlinessIn Pursuit of Godliness
By the 4th century bce, there were a few isolated instances of prominent public figures receiving post mortem divine honors and some poetry even depicted relationships between immortals and mortals as intimate and colloquial
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Introduction Tobacco consumption patterns and its health implications for IndiaIntroduction Tobacco consumption patterns and its health implications for India
The tobacco problem is India is more complex than probably that of any other country in the world, owing to the diverse patterns of tobacco consumption and a large consequential burden of tobacco related disease and death
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Women’s healthWomen’s health
Who, the World Bank and Eurostat. Similarly to Belgium and Bulgaria methods of governing, a lack of local data sharing, language, and transcription differences may be hindering international access to data
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Government, Market and the Civic Sector: The Search for a Productive PartnershipGovernment, Market and the Civic Sector: The Search for a Productive Partnership
Working group on System of Social Security with Special Emphasis on Problems of Unemployment, Poverty and Gender
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A rainbow of Sisterhood: Women’s Workfare, Welfare and Poverty in the United StatesA rainbow of Sisterhood: Women’s Workfare, Welfare and Poverty in the United States
Women have been the most affected by this process, finding themselves with increasing responsibilities both inside and outside the house
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