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"You are not born being racist, are you?” Discussing racism with primary-aged children

Author/editor: Priest, N, Walton, J, White, F, Kowal, E, Fox, B. & Paradies, Y.

Year published: 2017

Ethnic-racial socialisation is broadly described as processes by which both minority and majority children and young people learn about and negotiate racial, ethnic and cultural diversity. This article extends the existing ethnic-racial socialisation literature in three significant ways: (1) it...

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A baseline model of deterrence

Author/editor: Manning, M.

Year published: 2017

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Adolescent illicit drug use and policy options in Australia: a multicriteria decision analysis

Author/editor: Manning, M & Wong, G.

Year published: 2017

The etiology of illicit substance involvement is a multidimensional problem shaped by factors across individual, social, and environmental domains. In this study, a multicriteria framework is employed to incorporate the input of specialists regarding risk and protective factors and the...

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Class, capital, and identity in Australian society

Author/editor: Biddle, N & Sheppard, J.

Year published: 2017

Despite a comparatively ‘flat’ social structure and lack of obvious class-based cleavages, Australian society is stratified by objective, multidimensional measures of social class. Using data from a July 2015 survey of a random sample of Australian citizens, latent class analysis identifies six...

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Cyber terrorism: research report of the Australian National University Cybercrime Observatory for the Korean Institute of Criminology

Author/editor: Broadhurst, R, Woodford-Smith, H, Maxim, D, Sabol, B, Orlando, S, Chapman-Schmidt,B & Alazab, M.

Year published: 2017

This review of cyber-terrorism outlines the main trends and challenges presented by the convergence of the exceptional reach, speed and scale of the Internet and the political ambitions of violent extremists. Chapters on cyber weapons, critical infrastructure, attribution, Internet of Things,...

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Distributional modelling of negative gearing and capital gains

Author/editor: Phillips, B.

Year published: 2017

In the 2012-13 tax year around 1.2 million persons were invested in negatively geared properties in Australia. Around 330,000 persons included capital gains in their taxable income where a 50 per cent discount was applied. Australian taxation law allows investors (including rental investors) to...

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Distributional modelling of the Australian tax and social security system changes: 2005-2015 and beyond

Author/editor: Phillips, B & Gray, M

Year published: 2017

This paper presents the cumulative results from modelling of the distributional impact of changes to the personal income tax and social security system in Australia over the period 2005-06 to 2015-16 and planned changes to 2020-21. For much of the first period, successive governments implemented...

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Economics in crime science

Author/editor: Manning, M.

Year published: 2017

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Entrenched post-separation parenting disputes: The role of interparental hatred?

Author/editor: Smyth, B & Maloney, LJ.

Year published: 2017

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