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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES


JOUR
THE FABRICATION OF ABORIGINAL VOTING : A REPLY TO BRIAN GALLIGAN. Windschuttle, Keith.
Quadrant (534) March 2017 pp. 64-73
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Aboriginal history; Research methodology; Referendum; Constitution; Aboriginal people; Voting; Access; Participation; High Court; Law; Political party policy; Commonwealth government; State government. Constitutional recognition of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders. [ID NO.:170251]


E2209
INDIGENOUS PARTICIPATION IN VET : UNDERSTANDING THE RESEARCH. Ackehurst, Maree; Polvere, Rose-Anne; Windley, Georgina. Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2017. Electronic document ; ill.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 170274 - Indigenous VET participation, completion and outcomes : change over the past decade).
Link; accessed on 27 July 2017
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Aboriginal students; Participation; Student experience; Student enrolment; Student attrition; Student completion; Educational attainment; Educational research; Disadvantaged; Remote areas; Year 12; Tertiary education; Employment; Access; Labour market; Employment opportunities. Achievement gap; Gender differences. [ID NO.:170273]


E2210
INDIGENOUS VET PARTICIPATION, COMPLETION AND OUTCOMES : CHANGE OVER THE PAST DECADE. Windley, Georgina. Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Research Report. (Bibliography; SEE Record 170273 - Indigenous participation in VET : understanding the research).
Link; accessed on 27 July 2017
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Participation; Aboriginal students; Student enrolment; Student completion; Educational attainment; Research methodology; History; Data collection; Student engagement; Disadvantaged; Remote areas; Year 12; Skills; Apprenticeships; Traineeships; Higher education; Employment; Access; Labour market. Close the gap; Indigenous VET graduates; Employability; Employment outcomes; Non-Indigenous students. [ID NO.:170274]


E2207
REMOTE EDUCATION SYSTEMS. Maughan, Catherine. Alice Springs, NT : Ninti One Limited, 2012. Electronic document.
CRC-REP Working Paper CW002. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 2 August 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Aboriginal education; Review; Curriculum; Educational programs; Governance; Remote schools; Educational leadership; Pedagogy; Aboriginal students; Educational disadvantage; Student outcome; School community; Bilingual education; Indigenous population; International comparisons; Australia; Canada; Norway. [ID NO.:170271]


E2196
SCHOOLING IN AURUKUN. McCollow, John. [n.p.] : TJ Ryan Foundation, 2016. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Research Report 49.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 160524 - Review of school education in Aurukun, 2016).
Link; accessed on 2 August 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Aboriginal education; Review; Remote schools; Educational disadvantage; Teacher instruction; Student learning; Student behaviour; School attendance; Parent role; Curriculum; Pedagogy; Teachers; School improvement; Government role; Government funding; Social welfare; Aboriginal community; Social conditions; Mass media; Queensland. Direct instruction (DI); Aurukun; Cape York Aboriginal Australian Academy (CYAAA); Noel Pearson; National Assessment Program â€"Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). [ID NO.:170259]


ACADEMICS


JOUR
IDEOLOGY, 'TRUTH' AND SPIN : DIALECTIC RELATIONS BETWEEN THE NEOLIBERAL THINK-TANK MOVEMENT AND ACADEMIA IN AUSTRALIA. Thompson, Lester; Wadley, David.
AUR Australian Universities' Review 59 (1) 2017 pp. 76-86 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Universities; Philosophy; Academic research; Academic freedom; Political influence; Academics; Environment; Political attitudes; Ideology; Neoliberalism; Public policy; Mass media; Government role; Attitudes; Economic policy; Economic rationalism. Climate change; Right wing politics; Neoliberal think tanks; Academia. [ID NO.:170240]


JOUR
WE WANT TO BE HAPPY IN OUR WORK, BUT.... Grove, Jack.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2293) 16-22 February 2017 pp. 32-43
KEYWORDS: Academics; University staff; Survey; Perception; Workplace environment; Workload; Qualifications; University administration; Higher education; Marketisation; University students; Student learning; Student attitudes; United Kingdom. National Student Survey (NSS); Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). [ID NO.:170257]


DIRECTORIES


R 302.230994 MAR 2017
MARGARET GEE'S AUSTRALIAN MEDIA GUIDE. Mitchell, Laura; Burke, Jessy; Hall, Michael; Grahovac, Sasha (eds.). 110th ed.. East Melbourne, Vic. : AAP Directories, May 2017. vi, 651 p.
KEYWORDS: Mass media; Directories; Australia. [ID NO.:170199]


EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION


E2190
STARTING STRONG 2017 : KEY OECD INDICATORS ON EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Quality; Policy development; Curriculum; Standards; Child development; Preschools; Access; Participation; Enrolment rate; Educational disadvantage; Educational outcome; Fees; Parent role; Employment; Family characteristics; Research methodology; Data collection; Teachers; Pedagogy; International comparisons; OECD countries. Early childhood education and care (ECEC). [ID NO.:170262]


ECONOMICS


E2184
ECONOMICS FOR EVERYONE : A SHORT GUIDE TO THE ECONOMICS OF CAPITALISM. Stanford, Jim. London : Pluto Press, 2008. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Index).
KEYWORDS: Economics; Capitalism; Economic theory; Globalisation; Ideology; Economic conditions; Government policy; Education; Employment; Wages; Unemployment; Labour market; Economic issues; Industry; Poverty; International comparisons. Economists. [ID NO.:170210]


EDUCATION - GENERAL


E2197
EDUCATE AUSTRALIA FAIR? : EDUCATION INEQUALITY IN AUSTRALIA. Cassells, Rebecca (et.al.). [n.p.] : Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, Curtin University of Technology, June 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Focus on the States Series, Issue No. 5. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 2 August 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Access; Participation; Attendance; Educational disadvantage; Inequality; Research methodology; Data; Demographics; Policy development; Socioeconomic status; Student background; Student characteristics; Student engagement; Retention; Youth; Equity; Student learning; Student needs; Student support; Educational outcome; Gender; Graduates; Government policy; Government funding; Aboriginal students. Non-Aboriginal students; Achievement gap; Low SES; Needs-based funding; Barriers to participation; Demand-driven; National Assessment Program â€"Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey. [ID NO.:170260]


370.9 GLO
EDUCATION FOR PEOPLE AND PLANET : CREATING SUSTAINABLE FUTURES FOR ALL. Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report. 2nd ed.. Paris : UNESCO, 2016. 535 p. ; ill.
Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report ; 2016. (Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Access; Participation; Rights to education; Research methodology; Statistics; International comparisons; Equity; Student background; Disadvantaged students; School leavers; Gender; Refugees; Youth; Poverty; Child labour; Educational attainment; Vocational education; Training; Higher education; Employment; Skills. Evidence-based; Gender disparity; Low income countries; Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); Global Education Monitoring (GEM) report. [ID NO.:170198]


E2213
ENGAGING THE FUTURE OF STEM : A STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE FOR PROMOTING THE PARTICIPATION OF YOUNG PEOPLE, PARTICULARLY GIRLS, IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHS (STEM). Chapman, Sarah; Vivian, Rebecca. [n.p. : Chief Executive Women Ltd (CEW)], 2017. Electronic document ; ill.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 4 August 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Science education; Mathematics education; Engineering education; Girls; Participation; Equity; Curriculum development; Teachers; Student learning; Student engagement; Educational research; Case studies; Educational attainment; Gender; Career choice; Skills; Graduates; Employment; Industry; International comparisons; OECD countries. Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). [ID NO.:170278]


E2198
STRENGTHENING SCHOOL - INDUSTRY STEM SKILLS PARTNERSHIPS : FINAL PROJECT REPORT. The Australian Industry Group (AIG). North Sydney NSW : The Australian Industry Group (AIG), June 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 2 August 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Sciences education; Mathematics education; Student learning; Student participation; Student attainment; Pathways; Skill development; University entrance; Qualifications; Employment; Policy development; Resources; Teachers; Professional development; Research methodology; Case studies; Industry; School business partnership. Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); School-industry partnership; Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA). [ID NO.:170261]


EDUCATION - K-12


E2174
2016 EMERGENT DATA ON STUDENTS IN AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS RECEIVING ADJUSTMENTS FOR DISABILITY. [n.p.] : Education Council, [2016]. Electronic document ; tables.
Nationally consistent collection of data : school students with disability.
Link; accessed on 23 June 2017
KEYWORDS: Education; Access; Participation; Students; Disabilities; Government funding; Data collection; Student support; Student needs; Equity; Teachers; Principals. Disability Standards for Education 2005. [ID NO.:170200]


JOUR
THE AMWAY OF EDUCATION. Rundle, Guy.
AEU News Term 1 2017 pp. 32-34
KEYWORDS: Public education; Government funding; Political attitudes; Ideology; Government policy; Education systems; School choice; Educational standards; United States of America. Republican Party; Donald Trump; Betsy DeVos; Right wing politics; American Federation of Teachers (AFT). [ID NO.:170213]


E2175
CAPACITY TO CONTRIBUTE AND SCHOOL SES SCORES. Catholic Education Commission of Victoria (CECV). [n.p.] : Catholic Education Commission of Victoria (CECV), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. (SEE Record 120110 - Review of funding for schooling : final report).
Link; accessed on 23 June 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Nongovernment schools; Fees; Socioeconomic status; Catholic schools; Students; Government funding; Research methodology; Data; Government policy; Parental education; Family financial resources; Low income. Socioeducational advantage (SEA); Schooling resource standard (SRS); SES scores; High income; Affluent families; Low SES; Gonski review; Capacity to contribute; Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABC). [ID NO.:170201]


E2200
CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN STATE CARE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS 2008-2016. Shaw, Amanda; Fairley, Alan. Adelaide, SA : Office of the Guardian for Children and Young People, May 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Link; accessed on 2 august 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Participation; Educational disadvantage; School attendance; Student enrolment; Research; Data; Student characteristics; Child welfare; Youth; Aboriginal student; Non-English speaking background; Disabilities. Children in care; Social exclusion; Absence rates. [ID NO.:170264]


E2199
THE FUNDING OF SCHOOL EDUCATION : CONNECTING RESOURCES AND LEARNING. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
OECD Reviews of School Resources. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Resources; Education policy; Review; Equity; School funds; School administration; Governance; Educational programs; Evaluation; Public schools; Private schools; Government funding; Student learning; Student outcome; Tertiary education; International comparisons; OECD countries. International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED). [ID NO.:170263]


JOUR
GONSKI : MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER.
Australian Educator (92) Summer 2016 pp. 8-9
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational disadvantage; Government policy; Political attitudes; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Government funding; Student learning; Student needs; Disabilities; Resources; Australian Education Union (AEU); Parents; Teachers; Principals; Campaigns. Needs-based funding; Gonski review; Coalition Party. [ID NO.:170223]


JOUR
GONSKI ON THE LINE IN 2017.
Australian Educator (93) Autumn 2017 pp. 8-9
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Performance; Government policy; Political attitudes; Government funding; Student learning; Student needs; Student outcome; Test scores; Evidence; Australian Education Union (AEU). Gonski review; Coalition Party. [ID NO.:170227]


E2202
GOVERNMENT SCHOOL PERFORMANCE IN THE ACT : ANALYSIS PAPER. Lamb, Stephen. [n.p. : ACT Education Directorate], [2017]. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 27 July 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Government schools; Performance; Research methodology; Data; Student background; Student characteristics; Academic skills; Student performance; School size; Nongovernment schools; Australian Capital Territory (ACT); International comparisons. School performance; Low SES; National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA). [ID NO.:170266]


JOUR
"IT'S A HAND UP NOT A HANDOUT".
Australian Educator (92) Summer 2016 pp. 10-12
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Disadvantaged schools; Education funding; State government; Victoria; Resources; Student learning; Student needs; Socioeconomic status; Student performance; Evidence. Low SES; Needs-based funding; Gonski review. [ID NO.:170224]


E2172
NATIONAL EDUCATION EVIDENCE BASE : INQUIRY REPORT. Productivity Commission. Canberra, ACT : Productivity Commission, December 2016. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Report No. 80. (Bibliography).
Overview & recommendations
Link; accessed on 25 May 2017
Inquiry report
Link; accessed on 25 May 2017

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Inquiry; Federal government; Policy development; Reform; Early childhood education; Schools; Governance; Student learning; Student achievement; Educational outcome; Student characteristics; Wellbeing; Disabilities; Aboriginal students; Standards; School improvement; Research methodology; Data collection; Teaching profession; Teacher unions; International comparisons; OECD countries. Evidence-based; Achievement gap; High-performing schools; Value-added; My School; National Assessment Program â€" Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:170192]


JOUR
NT SCHOOLS BACK ON THE AGENDA.
Australian Educator (92) Summer 2016 pp. 18-19
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Public education; Government funding; Schools; Resources; Teachers; Northern territory; Aboriginal students; Australian Education Union (AEU). Labor Party; Country Liberal Party (CLP); Gonski review. [ID NO.: 170226]


JOUR
PIONEERING A SCHOOL FUNDING REVOLUTION. Henebery, Brett.
The Educator 4 (2) November/December 2016 pp. 20-21
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational disadvantage; Investment; Government role; Government funding; Access; Student learning; Socioeconomic status. David Gonski; Philanthropy. [ID NO.:170247]


E2205
PISA 2015 RESULTS (VOLUME IV) : STUDENTS' FINANCIAL LITERACY. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
PISA. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Numeracy; Mathematics; Student learning; Student assessment; Student performance; Student characteristics; Parent role; Research methodology; Data; Teachers; International comparisons; OECD countries. Financial literacy; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:170269]


E2176
SPECIAL DEALS FOR WEALTHY SCHOOLS IN THE SCHOOLING RESOURCE STANDARD MODEL. Catholic Education Commission of Victoria (CECV). [n.p.] : Catholic Education Commission of Victoria (CECV), [2017]. Electronic document ; tables.
(SEE Record 170201 - Capacity to contribute and school SES scores).
Link; accessed on 23 June 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Independent schools; Financial resources; Fees; Government funding; Government policy; Attitudes; Inequity; Students; Catholic schools. Wealthy schools; SES scores; Schooling resource standard (SRS); Needs-based funding; Gonski review; Capacity to contribute. [ID NO.:170202]


JOUR
TESTING TIMES. Avenell, Patrick.
Education Review (1) February 2017 pp. 12-13
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Student assessment; Student performance; Test scores; Educational research; International comparisons; Student engagement; Student outcome; Parent perception; Teachers; Pedagogy; OECD countries. Achievement gap; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:170246]


JOUR
WILL THE NUMBERS ADD UP?.
Australian Educator (92) Summer 2016 pp. 14-17
KEYWORDS: Education systems; School funds; Resources; Government policy; Political attitudes; Educational research; Evidence; Inequality; Student learning; Student support; Student outcome; Teachers. Needs-based funding; Low SES; Australian Education Act 2013; Gonski review. [ID NO.:170225]


EMPLOYMENT


E2193
CONTEMPORARY WORK : ITS MEANINGS AND DEMANDS. Findlay, Patricia; Thompson, Paul.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (2) April 2017 pp. 122-138 (Electronic document. Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Work; Change; Research methodology; Surveys; Case studies; Employment contracts; Job insecurity; Employees; Working hours; Stress; Wages; Employer employee relationship; International comparisons; Australia; United Kingdom. Work intensification; Performance management; Flexibility; Disengagement; Social media; Work/life balance; Zero-hours contracts. [ID NO.:170219]


E2191
ESTABLISHED, ACCELERATED AND EMERGENT THEMES IN FLEXIBLE WORK RESEARCH. Bessa, Ioulia; Tomlinson, Jennifer.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (2) April 2017 pp. 153-169 (Electronic document. Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment relations; Working conditions; Workplace environment; Research methodology; Literature review; Employees; Job security; Job satisfaction; Job insecurity; Working hours; Precarious employment; Employment patterns; Quality; Industrial relations; Human resources; International comparisons. Flexibility; Flexible labour market; Flexible working arrangements. [ID NO.:170217]


E2203
GETTING SKILLS RIGHTS : SKILLS FOR JOBS INDICATORS. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Labour market; Participation; Employees; Educational attainment; Skill development; Vocational education; Training; Occupations; Employers; Policy development; Research methodology; Data; International comparisons; OECD countries. Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC); Skill shortage; Skill mismatch; Skill needs. [ID NO.:170267]


E2204
OECD SKILLS OUTLOOK 2017 : SKILLS AND GLOBAL VALUE CHAINS. Johnston, Andrew (ed.). Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Globalisation; Employment; Access; Participation; Employees; Educational attainment; Skills; Training; Productivity; Income; Inequality; Adult education; Skill development; Educational innovation; Tertiary education; Policy development; Government role; International comparisons; OECD countries. Global value chains (GVCs); Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC). [ID NO.:170268]


HIGHER EDUCATION


E2212
THE AUSTRALIAN STUDENT EQUITY PROGRAM AND INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE : PARADIGM SHIFT OR BUSINESS AS USUAL?. Zacharias, Nadine. Perth, WA : National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE), Curtin University, May 2017. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 27 July 2017
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Access; Participation; Educational disadvantage; Equity; Research methodology; Student enrolment; Student background; Socioeconomic status; Aboriginal students; Remote areas; Retention; Student completion; Student support; Student outcome; University administration; Government policy; Government funding. Low SES; Socio-cultural disadvantage; Widening participation; Bradley review; Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program (HEPPP). [ID NO.:170276]


E2201
AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES AT A CROSSROADS : INSIGHTS FROM THEIR LEADERS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE FUTURE. Lacy, William B.; Croucher, Gwilyn; Brett, Andre; Mueller, Romina. [n.p.] : Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education (CSHE), The University of Melbourne, May 2017. Electronic document ; tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 2 august 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Higher education; University role; University administration; Leadership; Perception; Education markets; Internationalisation; Political party policy; Government funding; University staff; Academics; University students; Tuition fees; Learning outcomes; Student support; Graduates; International education; International comparisons. Financial sustainability; International rankings; Vice-chancellors. [ID NO.:170265]


JOUR
CAREERS OF PROFESSIONAL STAFF IN AUSTRALIAN AND UK UNIVERSITIES : A MIXED METHODS PILOT STUDY. Gander, Michelle.
AUR Australian Universities' Review 59 (1) 2017 pp. 87-96 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University staff; Survey; Careers; Attitudes; Job security; Promotion; Working conditions; Research; Data; Literature review; Australia; United Kingdom. Non-academic staff; Professional staff. [ID NO.:170241]


JOUR
A CULTURE OF PHILANTHROPY. Avenell, Patrick; Robinson, Belinda.
Campus Review 27 (1) January 2017 pp. 10-11
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Investment; University administration; Fundraising; Community engagement; Funding; Government role. Philanthropy. [ID NO.:170242]


JOUR
NOW MORE THAN EVER, HIGHER EDUCATION IS THE ROAD TO WEALTH CREATION. Kanter, Martha J..
Times Higher Education (THE) (2284) 8-14 December 2016 pp. 24-25
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Access; Students; Tuition fees; Participation; Low income; Qualifications; Economic benefits; Equality; Government policy; Employment. Return on investment. [ID NO.:170280]


E2183
OPEN ACCESS POLICIES AND ACADEMIC FREEDOM : UNDERSTANDING AND ADDRESSING CONFLICTS. Johnston, David James.
Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication 5 2017 pp. 1-17 (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 2 August 2017
KEYWORDS: Libraries; Research; Librarians; Information technology; Academic freedom; Academic research; Standards; Universities; International comparisons. Open access policies; Publishing; Scholarly communication. [ID NO.:170209]


JOUR
THE POLITICS OF KNOWLEDGE. Glover, Barry.
Campus Review 27 (1) January 2017 pp. 14-15
KEYWORDS: Universities; Academic research; Community engagement; Political issues; Political attitudes; Ideology; Mass media; Government attitudes. [ID NO.:170243]


JOUR
PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF PROGRESSION. Gaskell, Simon; Collette, Adrian.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2284) 8-14 December 2016 pp. 36-39
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Higher education; Leadership; University research; Investment; University administration; Strategic planning; Community engagement; Measurement techniques; Academic staff; Quality; International comparisons. Performance reviews; Public good; University community engagement. [ID NO.:170255]


E2182
RE-THEORISING AND RE-IMAGINING HIGHER EDUCATION : A REVIEW ESSAY OF SIMON MARGINSON'S HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE COMMON GOOD. McCollow, John. [n.p.] : TJ Ryan Foundation, April 2017. Electronic document ; ill.
Policy Paper. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 July 2017
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Human capital; Social equity; Policy development; Government role; University students; Participation; Socioeconomic status; Tuition fees; Capitalism; Economics; Marketisation; Commercialisation; Neoliberalism; International comparisons. Public goods; Private goods; University rankings; US model. [ID NO.:170208]


JOUR
STONE OF DESTINY?. Havergal, Chris.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2285) 15-21 December 2016 pp. 38-41
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Investment; Access; Free education; Sustainability; University students; Tuition fees; University administration; Government policy; Reform; Scotland; United Kingdom. European Union. [ID NO.:170256]


JOUR
STUDENTS HAVE CHANGED, UNIS MUST. James Wells; Barnett, David.
Campus Review 26 (12) December 2016 pp. 10-11 (SEE Record 170012 - No mind left behind : building an education system for a modern Australia).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Schools; Career guidance; University education; Student learning; Perception; Student support; Student engagement; Student experience; Higher education; Universities; Change; Policy development. [ID NO.:170244]


E2211
UNIVERSITIES : 2016 AUDIT SNAPSHOT. Victorian Auditor-General. Melbourne, Vic. : Government Printer, June 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Victorian Auditor-General's report 2016â€"17 No. 26.
http://apo.org.au/system/files/93201/apo-nid93201-240216.pdf; accessed on 27 July 2017
KEYWORDS: Universities; Finances; Audit; Revenue; Accountability; Governance; Student fees; Victoria. Financial reporting; Financial sustainability. [ID NO.:170275]


JOUR
WHY THE WEST IS NO LONGER EDUCATED. Schut, Melvin.
Quadrant (534) March 2017 pp. 54-60
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Pedagogy; Student learning; Educational development; Sciences; Humanities; Schools; Vocational education; Higher education; Student outcome; Knowledge; Skills. Academic disciplines; Liberal arts. [ID NO.:170250]


JOUR
WHY UNIVERSITIES ARE NOT SUPERMARKETS. Wolf, Martin.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2293) 16-22 February 2017 pp. 44-49
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Review; Reform; Government policy; Economic factors; Marketisation; Competition; Privatisation; Governance; Academic staff; University students; Tuition fees; Student experience; United Kingdom. Browne review; Private providers. [ID NO.:170258]


JOUR
WIDENING PARTICIPATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION : A PLAY IN FIVE ACTS. Pitman, Tim.
AUR Australian Universities' Review 59 (1) 2017 pp. 37-46 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Educational disadvantage; Access; Participation; Student enrolment; Student characteristics; Identity; Student outcome; Equity; Gender; Research methodology; Data; Evidence; Government policy. Widening participation; Student identity; Massification. [ID NO.:170239]


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS


E2194
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS NOW : WHERE ARE WE? WHERE TO NEXT?. Cooper, Rae; Townsend, Keith.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (2) April 2017 pp. 117-121 (Electronic document. Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Change; Academic research; Employment relationship; Workplace environment; Regulations; Management; Markets; Employees; Identity; Trade unions. Flexible work; Human resource management. [ID NO.:170220]


E2188
LABOUR REGULATION NOW AND IN THE FUTURE : CURRENT TRENDS AND EMERGING THEMES. Howe, John.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (2) April 2017 pp. 209-224 (Electronic document. Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour market; Employment practices; Change; Regulations; Labour law; Governance; Literature; Researchers; Employment relationship; Employment conditions; Lawyers. [ID NO.:170214]


JOUR
THE LAW AND YOUR RIGHT TO WITHDRAW YOUR LABOUR. Maloney, Graham.
Queensland Teachers' Journal 122 (3) April 2017 pp. 22-23
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Industrial action; Law; Trade unions; Government policy; Democracy; Teacher unions; Courts; Teachers; Queensland. Right to strike; Queensland Teachers' Union (QTU); Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:170252]


E2192
LINE MANAGERS IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS : WHERE ARE WE NOW AND WHERE TO NEXT?. Townsend, Keith; Hutchinson, Sue.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (2) April 2017 pp. 139-152 (Electronic document. Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Managers; Human resources; Management; Research methodology; Employees; Employment relationship; Gender; International comparisons. Line managers; Gender differences. [ID NO.:170218]


E2189
MARKETIZATION, INEQUALITY, AND INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE : TOWARD A NEW FRAMEWORK FOR COMPARATIVE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS. Greer, Ian; Doellgast, Virginia.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (2) April 2017 pp. 192-208 (Electronic document. Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment relations; Marketisation; Regulations; Inequality; Research; Policy development; Capitalism; Trade; Internationalisation; Labour market; Migration; Trade unions; Europe. Liberalisation; Social inequality; Institutional change; European Union. [ID NO.:170215]


E2195
OLD GAME, NEW RULES? : THE DYNAMICS OF ENTERPRISE BARGAINING UNDER THE FAIR WORK ACT. Pekarek, Andreas (et.al.).
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (1) February 2017 pp. 44-64 (Electronic document. Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Enterprise bargaining; Negotiation; Labour law; Reforms; Collective bargaining; Research methodology; Interviews; Evidence; Employees; Employer attitudes; Trade unions; Workplace relations. Good faith bargaining (GFB); Bargaining behaviour; Power relations; Empirical research; Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Commission (FWC). [ID NO.:170221]


JOUR
TRUMP PRESIDENCY COULD KILL LABOR UNIONS : HIS ELECTION IS "AN EXTINCTION-LEVEL EVENT FOR AMERICAN LABOR.". Meyerson, Harold.
Australian Options (85) Summer 2017 pp. 26-28
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour movement; Trade unions; Activism; Democracy; Employees; Working conditions; Human rights; Union members; Survey; Elections; Political attitudes; Government role; Political influence; Employer attitudes; Courts; United States of America. Right wing politics; Republican Party; Donald Trump; Democrats. [ID NO.: 170230]


LAW


342.9406 HEA
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW : CONTEXT AND CRITIQUE. Head, Michael. 4th Ed.. Annandale, NSW : The Federation Press, 2017. xxxiv, 350 p.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Administrative law; Constitution; Freedom of information; Courts; Evidence; Case study; Legislation; Social justice. Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). [ID NO.:170300]


342.9406 DOU
DOUGLAS AND JONES'S ADMINISTRATIVE LAW. Douglas, Roger; Head, Michael. 7th Ed.. Annandale, NSW : The Federation Press, 2014. lxx, 884 p.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Administrative law; Constitution; Freedom of information; Courts; Legislation. Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT); Ombudsman. [ID NO.:170301]


OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY


363.11 CRE
HEALTH AND SAFETY LAW IN VICTORIA. Creighton, Breen; Rozen, Peter. 4th ed.. Annandale, NSW : The Federation Press, 2017. xlii, 502 p.
(Bibliography; Index; Previous edition titled: Occupational health & safety law in Victoria, 3rd ed. 1997).
KEYWORDS: Occupational health and safety; Workplace environment; Law; Legislation; Employers; Duty of care; Employees; Trade unions; Victoria. Right of entry. [ID NO.:170281]


POLITICS


JOUR
NO PASARAN! FIGHTING AUSTRALIA'S FAR RIGHT THEN AND NOW. Kenway, Vashti.
Overland (225) Summer 2016 pp. 9-14
KEYWORDS: Politics; Racial discrimination; Public opinion; Political parties; Mass media; Ideology; Protests; Multiculturalism; Discrimination; Religion; Islam. Right wing politics; Pauline Hanson; Far Right; Islamophobia. [ID NO.:170248]


RACIAL DISCRIMINATION


JOUR
HATE SPEECH BY ANOTHER NAME : WHY THE TERM 'ALT-RIGHT' SHOULD NOT BE LEGITIMISED. Liddle, Celeste.
Australian Options (85) Summer 2017 pp. 22-23
KEYWORDS: Politics; Ideology; Political attitudes; Mass media; Freedom of speech; Social attitudes; Racial discrimination; Indigenous population; Left politics; Australia; United States of America. Right wing politics; Section 18C; Hate speech; 'Alt-right'. [ID NO.:170229]


JOUR
HOW SECTION 18C BETRAYS MENZIES LIBERALISM. Furse-Roberts, David.
Quadrant (534) March 2017 pp. 16-20
KEYWORDS: Politics; Liberalism; Ideology; Liberal Party; Social democracy; Freedom of speech; Law; Attitudes; Racial discrimination; Legislation; Political party policy; Race relations; Mass media; Political attitudes. Section 18C; Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth); Menzies government; Social cohesion. [ID NO.:170249]


SUPERANNUATION


JOUR
ARE WE THERE YET? : THE EVOLUTION OF SUPERANNUATION POLICY IN AUSTRALIA. Sharp, Rhonda.
Australian Options (84) Spring 2016 pp. 10-11
KEYWORDS: Superannuation; Policy development; Income; Inequality; Gender; Employment; Awards; Women; Retirement; Disadvantaged; Political party policy. Rich poor gap. [ID NO.:170228]


TAFE


AEU 2017
2017 AEU NATIONAL TAFE COUNCIL AGM : CONFERENCES ON CLARENDON, MELBOURNE 7-8 APRIL 2017. Southbank, Vic. : Australian Education Union (AEU), April 2017. var. pag.
KEYWORDS: TAFE; Vocational education; Training; Public education; Conference papers; Teacher unions; Australian Education Union (AEU). [ID NO.:170197]


JOUR
APPRENTICESHIPS AND TAFE : WORTH FIGHTING FOR. Curry, Ian.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 50 (3) Spring 2016 pp. 10-11
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Apprenticeships; Access; Participation; Student learning; Student outcome; Skill development; Government policy; Government funding; International comparisons; Australia; Germany. [ID NO.:170232]


JOUR
THE FUTURE FOR TAFE IN AUSTRALIA. Moodie, Gavin.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 50 (3) Spring 2016 pp. 7-9
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Reform; Government policy; Government funding; Research methodology; Measurement techniques; State government; Political attitudes; Budgets; Privatisation; Marketisation; Student learning; Student experience; Student outcome; Qualifications. VET FEE-HELP; Employability; Private providers; Marketing practices. [ID NO.:170231]


JOUR
TAFE MUST BE THE FOUNDATION. Devine, Aaron.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 51 (1) Autumn 2017 pp. 11-12
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Policy development; Government role; Industry; International comparisons; Quality; Accreditation; TAFE teachers; Retention; Student learning; Student outcome; Employment. [ID NO.:170236]


TEACHERS


AEU 2017
AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION UNION : 33RD ANNUAL FEDERAL CONFERENCE : 24-26 FEBRUARY 2017, SOUTHBANK, VICTORIA. Southbank, Vic. : Australian Education Union (AEU), February 2017. var. pag.
KEYWORDS: Public education; Conference papers; Teacher unions; Australian Education Union (AEU). [ID NO.:170196]


AEU 2017
AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION UNION : REPORT OF THE THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL FEDERAL CONFERENCE 2017. Southbank, Vic. : Australian Education Union (AEU), 2017. 83 p.
KEYWORDS: Public education; Conference papers; Teacher unions; Australian Education Union (AEU). [ID NO.:170195]


AEU 2017
AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION UNION : SUBSTANTIVE DECISIONS ARISING FROM THE THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL FEDERAL CONFERENCE 2017. Southbank, Vic. : Australian Education Union (AEU), 2017. 38 p.
KEYWORDS: Public education; Conference papers; Teacher unions; Australian Education Union (AEU). [ID NO.:170194]


E2181
FORWARD TO SPECIAL ISSUE : TEACHER EDUCATION FOR HIGH POVERTY SCHOOLS. Lampert, Jo; Burnett, Bruce.
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 42 (4) April 2017 pp. i-vii (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 July 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational disadvantage; Disadvantaged students; Disadvantaged schools; Educational research; Universities; Educational programs; Teacher education; Teacher quality; Teacher placement; Student learning; Student engagement; Student outcome. Low SES schools; High poverty schools; Initial teacher education (ITE) programs; National exceptional teaching for disadvantaged schools program (NETDS). [ID NO.:170207]


E2180
SCHOOL LEADERS' PERSPECTIVES ON EDUCATING TEACHERS TO WORK IN VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES : NEW INSIGHTS FROM THE COAL FACE. Longaretti, Lynette; Toe, Dianne.
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 42 (4) April 2017 pp. 1-18 (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 July 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational disadvantage; Disadvantaged students; Inequality; Student background; Student learning; Student engagement; Disadvantaged schools; Education funding; Universities; Teacher education; Teacher quality; Student teachers; Academic achievement; Cultural awareness; Teacher placement; Pedagogy; Mentors; Student teacher relationship; Student outcome; Educational research; Case study; Government policy. Low SES schools; High poverty schools; National exceptional teaching for disadvantaged schools (NETDS). [ID NO.:170206]


E2178
THINKING WITH/THROUGH THE CONTRADICTIONS OF SOCIAL JUSTICE IN TEACHER EDUCATION : SELF-REFLECTION ON NETDS EXPERIENCE. Takayama, Keita; Jones, Tiffany; Amazan, Rose.
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 42 (4) April 2017 pp. 84-96 (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 July 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational disadvantage; Disadvantaged students; Inequality; Student background; Disadvantaged schools; Student teachers; Academic performance; Teacher placement; Pedagogy; Educational research; Teacher education; Teacher quality; Teacher effectiveness; Reform; Political attitudes; Educational reform; Ideology; History. Achievement gap; High poverty schools; National exceptional teaching for disadvantaged schools (NETDS); Disadvantaged Schools Program (DSP); Teach for Australia (TFA). [ID NO.:170204]


E2179
THE WESTERN SYDNEY RUSTBELT : RECOGNISING AND BUILDING ON STRENGTHS IN PRE-SERVICE TEACHER EDUCATION. Naidoo, Loshini; D'warte, Jacqueline Ann.
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 42 (4) April 2017 pp. 69-83 (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 July 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Teacher education; Preservice teachers; Disadvantaged schools; Disadvantaged students; Poverty; Inequality; Student background; Student learning; Student behaviour; Educational outcome; Teacher preparation; Teacher quality; Teacher support; Educational programs; New South Wales. Western Sydney rustbelt. [ID NO.:170205]


TRADE UNIONS


E2185
FEAR AND LEADERSHIP IN UNION ORGANIZING CAMPAIGNS : AN EXAMINATION OF WORKPLACE ACTIVIST BEHAVIOR. Murphy, Caroline.
Journal of Workplace Rights 6 (1) January 2016 pp. 1-11 (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 July 2017
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Trade unions; Campaigns; Union members; Employees; Interviews; Organising; Activism; Union membership; Workplace environment; Employer attitudes; Employment relationship; Research methodology; Case studies; Ireland; Europe. Employer hostility; Employee voice; Workplace rights; Workplace bullying; Union representation; Collective action; Mobilisation theory. [ID NO.:170211]


E2187
TRADE UNION REVITALISATION : WHERE ARE WE NOW? WHERE TO NEXT?. Ibsen, Christian Lyhne; Tapia, Maite.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (2) April 2017 pp. 170-191 (Electronic document. Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Trade unions; Organising; Strategies; Research; Case studies; Labour markets; Union members; Social movements; Working conditions; Collective bargaining; Precarious employment; Employer attitudes; Government role; Political attitudes; Employment relations; Economic conditions; Inequality; International comparisons; Europe. Union decline; Union revitalisation; Worker mobilisation; Liberalisation. [ID NO.:170216]


UNEMPLOYMENT


JOUR
MARKETISING EMPLOYMENT SERVICES. Saunders, Andrew.
Arena Magazine (144) 10-11 2016 pp. 31-34
KEYWORDS: Employment services; Privatisation; Marketisation; Deregulation; Reform; Political party policy; Ideology; Neoliberalism; Private sector; Attitudes; Research; Evidence; Access; Disadvantaged; Unemployment; Labour market; Staff; Working conditions. Unemployed; Job seekers. [ID NO.:170222]


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


JOUR
ACCESS TO LIFELONG LEARNING. Millman, Therese.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 50 (3) Spring 2016 pp. 22-23 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Access; Participation; Refugees; Skill development; Labour market; Employment; Government policy; Government funding; Victoria; Migrants; Employment programs; International comparisons. Asylum seekers. [ID NO.:170234]


JOUR
FIVE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TAFE : (BUT COULDN'T WORK OUT HOW TO ASK ...).
Queensland Teachers' Journal 122 (3) April 2017 pp. 24-25
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Queensland; TAFE teachers; Employment; Working conditions. Work intensification. [ID NO.:170253]


JOUR
HOW DO WE MEASURE THE 'UNMEASURABLE'?. Millman, Therese.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 50 (3) Spring 2016 pp. 19-21 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Investment; Education policy; Neoliberalism; Human capital; Student learning; Student outcome; Social capital; Measurement techniques; Research methodology; Political attitudes; Adult education. [ID NO.:170233]


JOUR
HOW DO WE SUPPORT QUALITY TEACHING IN AUSTRALIAN VET?. Braithwaite, Valerie.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 51 (1) Autumn 2017 pp. 23-25
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Reform; Privatisation; Educational standards; Quality; Regulations; Government role; Attitudes; Education funding; Teaching profession; TAFE teachers; Teacher support; Workplace environment. VET FEE-HELP; Private providers; Registered training organisations (RTOs). [ID NO.:170238]


JOUR
NEW VET STUDENT LOANS DON'T SOLVE THE PROBLEMS WITH INCOME CONTINGENT LOANS. Forward, Pat.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 51 (1) Autumn 2017 pp. 13-14
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Reform; Government policy; Access; Participation; Student loans; Student support; Higher education; HECS. VET FEE-HELP; Income contingent loans (ICL); Private providers. [ID NO.:170237]


E2177
PATCHING BITS WON’T FIX VOCATIONAL EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA : A NEW MODEL IS NEEDED. Wheelahan, Leesa.
International Journal of Training Research 14 (3) 2016 pp. 180-196 (Electronic document. Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; Curriculum; Competency based training; History; TAFE; Privatisation; Public funding; Education markets; Research methodology; Evidence; Policy framework; Student outcome; Qualifications; Employment; Employers; Government role; Government funding. Capabilities approach; Training packages; VET graduates; Private providers; For-profit. [ID NO.:170203]


E2208
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING : TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS. Camm, Rod.
Professional Educator 16 (1) 2017 pp. 20-23 (Electronic document)
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Change; Governance; Education policy; Education markets; Government role; Access; Participation; Student enrolment; Student learning; Student completion; Skills; Employment; Employers. Student choice; VET FEE-HELP; Private providers. [ID NO.:170272]


JOUR
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION IN AN INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT. Moodie, Gavin; Wheelahan, Leesa.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 51 (1) Autumn 2017 pp. 7-10
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; International comparisons; Research methodology; Policy framework; Curriculum; Pedagogy; Teachers; Access; Student learning; Student outcome; Student support; Qualifications; Graduates; Labour market; Employers; Government. Productive capabilities; Education International (EI). [ID NO.:170235]


JOUR
THE WORTHY APPRENTICE. Lilly, Megan.
Campus Review 26 (12) December 2016 pp. 18-19
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; Apprenticeships; Skills; Student learning; Student outcome; Workplace training; Employment; Employer; Industry; Government role; Australia; United Kingdom. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). [ID NO.:170245]


WOMEN


E2206
GENDER SEGREGATION IN THE WORKPLACE AND ITS IMPACT ON WOMEN'S ECONOMIC EQUALITY. The Senate, Finance and Public Administration References Committee. Canberra, ACT : The Senate, Finance and Public Administration References Committee, June 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Jenny McAllister, Chair; Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 27 July 2017
KEYWORDS: Employment; Participation; Women; Inequality; Inquiry; Data; Workplace environment; Sex discrimination; Income; Stereotypes; Career choice; Leadership; Employer attitudes; Industry. Gender segregation; Equal remuneration; Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Commission. [ID NO.:170277]


E2173
THE GLOBAL GENDER GAP REPORT 2016. World Economic Forum (WEF). Geneva : World Economic Forum (WEF), 2016. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Women; Employment; Participation; Income; Labour force; Access; Gender; Equality; Empowerment; Economic participation; Educational attainment; Health; Research; Benchmarks; Measurement techniques; Investment; Government; Men; Statistics; International comparisons. Global gender gap index; Rankings; Pay gap; Political empowerment; World Economic Forum. [ID NO.:170193]


JOUR
'SEXISM - PARTICULARLY SEXISM AS IT CONFRONTS WOMEN LEADERS - IS NOW AN ISSUE IN OUR GLOBAL CONVERSATIONS'. Morgan, John.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2283) 1-7 December 2016 pp. 40-43
KEYWORDS: Women; Leadership; Sex discrimination; Gender; Political attitudes; Mass media; Sexism; Higher education; Political party policy; Access; Participation; Student fees; International comparisons. Demand-driven; Julia Gillard; Misogyny; Social media. [ID NO.:170254]


E2186
WHY DO OCCUPATIONS DOMINATED BY WOMEN PAY LESS? : HOW ‘FEMALE-TYPICAL’ WORK TASKS AND WORKING-TIME ARRANGEMENTS AFFECT THE GENDER WAGE GAP AMONG HIGHER EDUCATION GRADUATES. Leuze, Kathrin; StrauB, Susanne.
Work, Employment and Society 30 (5) 2016 pp. 802-820 (Electronic document. Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Graduates; Gender; Occupations; Wages; Research methodology; Data; Working hours; Labour market; Women; Salaries; Sex discrimination; Inequality; Family responsibilities; Work value; Employer attitudes; Men; Germany; Europe. Gender wage gap; Sex segregation; 'Female-typical' occupations; Working-time arrangements. [ID NO.:170212]


YOUTH


E2215
THE NEW WORK SMARTS : THRIVING IN THE NEW WORK ORDER. Melbourne, Vic. : The Foundation for Young Australians (FYA), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
New Work Order.
Link; accessed on 4 August 2017
KEYWORDS: Employment; Participation; Youth; Educational attainment; Socioeconomic background; Career; Equity; Occupations; Skills; Schools; Teachers; Vocational education; Training; Skill development; University education; Information technology; Globalisation; Employers; International comparisons; OECD countries. Future of work; Enterprise skills; Flexibility. [ID NO.:170270]


E2214
POSITIVE ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN SCHOOL SUSPENSION AND STUDENT PROBLEM BEHAVIOUR : RECENT AUSTRALIAN FINDINGS. Hemphill, Sheryl A.; Broderick, David J .; Heerde, Jessica A.. Canberra, ACT : Australian Institute of Criminology, June 2017. Electronic document ; graphs.
Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice No. 531 June 2017.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 4 August 2017
KEYWORDS: Youth; Attitudes; Educational disadvantage; School environment; Adolescents; Student engagement; Student learning; Student behaviour; Disadvantaged; Expulsions; Violence; Family environment; Conflict; Research methodology; Data; Evidence; Policy development; International comparisons. Suspensions; Antisocial behaviour; At risk; ‘School-to-prison pipeline’; International Youth Development Study (IYDS) longitudinal study. [ID NO.:170279]


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