Social inclusion and children in Australia
Social inclusion is a broad concept that has multiple meanings. Studies on how social inclusion is being understood by policy stakeholders often focus on the perspectives of a single group of policy stakeholders such as policymakers or service users. However, it is through the relations that these different policy stakeholders have with each other that construct and co-construct the discourse of social inclusion. In particular, children deemed to be socially excluded are the focus of the social...[Show more]
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