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The Politics of Empowerment in Australia

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Vol. 16, No. 3 (1989)

This special issue explores various dimensions of social justice from a global perspective and the national specificity of Australia. It particularly focuses on the issues of race and racism, woman and social justice, and the legal dimension of social justice. It includes pieces on Koori (aboriginal) struggles; multiculturalism; the issues of gender inequality, domestic violence, and paternalism; and law and social justice.

ISSN: 1043-1578. Published quarterly by Social Justice, P.O. Box 40601, San Francisco, CA 94140.

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Pat O'Malley (ed.)

Introduction to "The Politics of Empowerment in Australia"

Anthony M. Platt

Editorial: Social Justice in the Client State

Pat O'Malley

Guide to Australian Terms and Institutions

Pat O'Malley

Editorial: Social Justice in the Client State

Pat O'Malley

Australian Laborism, Social Democracy, and Social Justice

Peter Beilharz

White Maneuvers and Koori Oppression

Eve Mungwa Fesl

Kooris, Internal Colonialism, and Social Justice

Greta Bird and Pat O'Malley

Restoring the Past? Kooris, Land Purchases, and Australian Capitalism

Ian Palmer

Social Justice and the Politics of Multiculturalism in Australia

Andrew Jakubowicz

The Proletarianization of Women: Gender Justice in Australia?

Lois Bryson

Social Justice, Public Perceptions, and Spouse Assault in Australia

Jane Mugford, Stephen Mugford, & Patricia W. Easteal

Social Justice at the Workplace: The Political Economy of Occupational Health and Safety Laws

W.G. Kit Carson and Cathy Hennenberg

Returning to Sight: Contemporary Australian Penality

David Brown

Breaking Boundaries: AIDS and Social Justice in Australia

Dennis Altman and Kim Humphry

Social Justice in the Corporatist Welfare State: An Essay Review on Aboriginal Deaths in Custody and Our Homeless Children

Paul Havemann