Family Policy in Australia: A review of recent developments
During the 1990s government polices designed to meet the needs of families represented the fastest growing area of social policy in Australia. These policies reflected contradictory pressures, partly expansionary, from various commitments made by the ALP government in the 1980s, including social wage bargains under the Accord, attempts to end child poverty, and increased support for working women, and partly contractionary, including increased emphasis on means-testing, managerialist support...[Show more]
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