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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Peter Saunders; Ruth Fincher
|Description:||xv, 251 p. : ill., maps ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||List of figuresList of tablesContributorsPreface1. The complex contents of Australian inequality - Ruth Fincher and Peter Saunders2. Understanding poverty and social exclusion: Situating Australia internationally - Peter Whiteford3. Popular discourses and images of poverty and welfare in the news media - Peter Putnis4. Inequality and the futures of our children - Peter Travers5. Tackling poverty among indigenous Australians - Boyd Hunter6. Moving in and out of disadvantage: population mobility and Australian places - Ruth Fincher and Maryann Wulff7. Beyond impoverished visions of the labour market - Ian Watson and John Buchanan References|
|Responsibility:||edited by Ruth Fincher and Peter Saunders.|
'This is an important and powerful book because of the rigour of the analysis, the good sense of the innovative strategies for action by government, business and civil society, and the concern