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Turnbull was effectively toeing the line pushed by feminists that intimate partner violence is the result of society condoning aggressive behaviours perpetrated by men.
by Brendan O'Reilly - 6/10/2015 - 29 comments
This deviation represents an adherence by Rosie to the Duluth Model, a theory which states that domestic violence is committed by men for the purpose of power and control over women.
by Percival Blake - 1/10/2015 - 22 comments
DOTE2015 also confirms the enduring cumulative social disadvantage of a small number of localities across Australia.
When population concern was more popular, many progressives supported it, including Bertrand Russell, Albert Einstein, Martin Luther King, Pete Seeger and Jane Fonda.
by Simon Ross - 30/09/2015 - 19 comments
The title of my paper is 'The Deconstruction of Gender', but it is really about the deconstruction of reality and what is bordering on a collective insanity.
by Babette Francis - 29/09/2015 - 27 comments
Many people's attitudes to financing the social impact sector are entrenched in the well meaning but somewhat patronising amateurism of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
by Richard Meredith - 25/09/2015 - 2 comments
Is it possible, in the current climate, for the service provider's top management to become genuine public advocates for an ethos of equality across the entire organisation.
by Peter Gibilisco and Bruce Wearne - 23/09/2015
Pumping and nursing are not equivalent activities and if mothers are to fully participate in working life, including politics, their embodied relationship to infants must be taken into account.
by Petra Bueskens - 22/09/2015 - 33 comments
People could save electricity by housework in which they bent their knees, stretched their arms, strengthened their arm muscles, tuned up their wrists, and reduced their waistline.
by Valerie Yule - 18/09/2015 - 2 comments
Jarryd Hayne will have the money, the power, and the glory. I hope he knows the risks.
by Peter West - 14/09/2015 - 20 comments
This is a speculative essay. It asks why, in a modern democracy, Australia should elect a Prime Minister who is widely and internationally criticised as overly militaristic and not that caring of the welfare of its people.
by Peter Bowden - 14/09/2015 - 70 comments
We increasingly blur the line between what is considered private and what is open to outside scrutiny. The Queen has demonstrated that one can be accessible to the outside world, without pandering to rampant voyeurism.
by Mal Fletcher - 11/09/2015 - 14 comments


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