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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 3 - Society -> 750000 - Social Development and Community Services -> 750300 Community Service (excl. Work) -> 750302 Class :

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Short, Patricia Margaret. (2004). Association, reciprocity, sharing and dependency : conditions of access and forms of inequality beyond the market state PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Qld. 155 8
Lafferty, George (1999) Book review essay. Responding to crisis: State withdrawal, postmodern fatalism, and the possibilities of radical politics. Review of Radical Political Economics, 31 1: 148-161. doi:10.1177/048661349903100111 52   0
Western, M. C. and Baxter, J. H. (2007). Class and Inequality in Australia. In J. Germov and M. Poole (Ed.), Public sociology: an Introduction to Australia Society (pp. 215-236) Crows Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin. 1168  
Western, M. C. (2000). Competition education and class formation. In Lawrence Angus and Terri Seddon (Ed.), Beyond nostalgia: Reshaping Australian education (pp. 91-104) Melbourne: ACER Press. 39  
Woodward, I (2001) Domestic objects and the taste epiphany - A resource for consumption methodology. Journal of Material Culture, 6 2: 115-136. 75   17
Woodward, I. and Emmison, M. (2001) From aesthetic principles to collective sentiments: The logics of everyday judgements of taste. Poetics, 29 6: 295-316. doi:10.1016/S0304-422X(00)00035-8 80   18 Cited 18 times in Scopus18 0
Western, M. C. and Baxter, J. H. (2001). Introduction. In J Baxter; M Western (Ed.), Reconfigurations of Class and Gender (pp. 1-13) Stanford: Stanford University Press. 30  
Holmes, John and Hartig, Kate (2007) Metropolitan colonisation and the reinvention of place: Class polarisation along the Cessnock-Pokolbin fault-line. Geographical Research, 45 1: 54-70. doi:10.1111/j.1745-5871.2007.00404.x 82 4 5 Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
Western, Mark C., Baxter, Janeen H., Pakulski, J, Tranter, Bruce, Western, John S., Van Egmond, Marcellinus H., Jennifer Chesters, Amanda Hosking, Martin O'Flaherty and Yolanda Van Gellecum (2007) Neoliberalism, inequality and politics: The changing face of Australia. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 42 3: 401-418. 684 3 20 Cited 20 times in Scopus20
Reconfigurations of Class and Gender. Edited by J. H. Baxter and M. C. Western Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2001. 23  
Najman, J. M., Andersen, M. J., Bor, W., O'Callaghan, M. and Williams, G. M. (1999). Social constructions of stress and adversity: A longitudinal study of the association between poverty, life events, subjective stress and maternal lifestyle. In: Proceedings of the RMA Consensus Conference on Stress and Challenge - Health and Disease. Stress and Challenge - Health and Disease, Brisbane, (160-173). 9-11 Feb 1998. 71  
Najman, J. M., Toloo, G. and Siskind, V. (2006) Socioeconomic disadvantage and changes in health risk behaviours in Australia: 1989-90 to 2001. Bulletin of The World Health Organization, 84 12: 976-983. doi:10.2471/BLT.05.028928 144   29 Cited 33 times in Scopus33 0
Western, JS, Dwan, K and Kebonang, Z (2005) The importance of visibility for social inequality research. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 40 1: 125-141. 56   1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Baxter, J. H. and Western, M. C. (2001). The links between paid and unpaid work: Australia and Sweden in the 1980s and 1990s. In Baxter, J. and Western, M. (Ed.), Reconfigurations of Class and Gender (pp. 81-104) Stanford: Stanford University Press. 547