The Cambridge Handbook of the Social Sciences in Australia

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Subject Index
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC), 243
Aborigines, 229–31, 483–4 attitudes towards, 281–2 definitions, 435 demography of, 554–5, 574–80 education and, 448–9, 450–1 employment, 95, 100 exchange relationships, 203 health of, 63, 455–6 inequality and, 435, 442–3, 445–6 labour-market discrimination, 111–12 land rights, 243–4, 616–17 patterns of crime among, 519–20 policy influence, 333–4 rights of, 242–4 'stolen generation', 245 work and, 507–10
Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, 483
Accord (Prices and Incomes), 380, 418
accounting accrual, 21, 189 public, 25
Afghanistan, 361
ageing population, 83, 145, 189, 192
agriculture farm policies, 175, 331, 608–10 trade impact of industrial protectionism, 170 reduction in subsidies, 175
AIDS, see HIV/AIDS
ALP, see Australian Labor Party
ANZUS alliance, 360
Asia–Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), 169, 172, 178, 387, 388
ATSIC, 243
auditor-general, 254–5
Australasian Political Science Association, 483
Australasian Study of Parliament Group, 254
Australia Day Council, 462
Australian ballot, 287
Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), 438, 452, 471
Australian Capital Television case, 244
Australian Capital Territory, 254, 271, 294, 298, 527–8
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), 238
Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF), 326, 335
Australian constitution, 234–46 1975 crisis and, 246 reform of, 259–60
Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS), 329–30
Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU), 27, 105, 380
Australian Democrats, 251, 266, 279
Australian Election Study, 256, 257, 280, 281, 309–10, 326
Australian Electoral Commission (AEC), 271
Australian Environment Council, 347
Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO), 336
Australian Food and Grocery Association, 353
Australian Grants Commission, 238
Australian Greenhouse Office, 349
Australian Greens, 266, 279, 312 see also Green Independents
Australian Heritage Commission, 347
Australian Industry Association, 354
Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, 575
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 528
Australian Journal of Political Science, 305
Australian Labor Party (ALP), 227, 252, 266–9 Aborigines and, 229, 448–9, 450–1 'critical mass', 318–19 electoral support, 272–9 electoral system and, 315, 317–18 ethnicity and, 451–2 federalism and, 246 feminism and, 306–8 franchise and, 287 gender and, 448–9 history of, 267–9 in parliament, 312–13 party identification, 275–7 public policy and, 307–8, 332

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