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Peter Whiteford on who benefits from the welfare state
Ben Tipton on corporate families and networks
Helen Proctor and Remy Low on religion in education
Lisa Hill on Adam Ferguson and the Scottish Enlightenment
Marian Sawer on women in politics
Gillian Wigglesworth on second language learning for Indigenous children
Christine Jennett on Indigenous Australians and criminal justice
Peter Putnis on the invention of news
Lindy Edwards on governing the economy
Ravinder Sidhu on the corporatisation of universities
Julie Stephens on politics and emotions
Elizabeth Hill on the everyday lives of India’s women

 

 

 


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