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Daniel Donahoo

Journalist and columist with The Age, Sushi Das says he is ‘one of today’s young rebels’. Author and ethicist Leslie Cannold has referred to him as one of her ‘gorgeous men’.

Daniel Donahoo is fellow with OzProspect, a non-partisan, public policy think tank. He writes regularly for Australia's daily papers and consults on child and family issues. A father to two boys. Daniel's first book is called Idolising Children and explores our society’s obsession with childhood and youth. Updates on Daniel's work can be found at www.danieldonahoo.com.

Author's website: Daniel Donahoo's home page


 
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February 2008 Feature - 12/02/2008
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Advocating for and with children
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Starting early
Education - 6/02/2007 - 3 comments
Bindi Irwin exploited?
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Wrapping our children in cotton wool
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Respecting children, not blaming parents
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Lacking in foresight
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Perceptions of parenthood
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Youth is a lifestyle choice
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Sustainable consumption and young Australians
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The Corby Case reminds us of our fragile freedoms
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Losing the wisdom of the ages
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The work-life balance paradox
May 2005 Feature - 23/05/2005 - 1 comment
Paternity sweet if tried
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Influential bloggers and those who are just sad
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Can we afford quality childcare?
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Metrosexual males in mascara
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Fatherhood and fulfillment
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Making babies - co-operatively!
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Childhood through a viewfinder
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Lost in a spiral of debt
Economics - 21/12/2004
The Left must return home: to the community
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Young men need tough love
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Why families need to start planning for the oil crisis
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Meeting the complexity of needs requires significant funding: Is the Family Court out of its depth?
September 2004 Feature - 27/09/2004 - 1 comment
Private childcare is big business that is about to get bigger
Society - 14/09/2004 - 3 comments
Thanks for the $1200 payment but I'd rather have more time with my kids
Society - 6/07/2004 - 1 comment
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