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Title Australian social attitudes. 2, Citizenship, work and aspirations / edited by David Denemark ... [and others]
Published Sydney, N.S.W. : University of New South Wales Press, 2007

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Description 320 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Series Australian social attitudes ; second report
Australian social attitudes ; 2
Contents 1. Introduction / David Denemark, Shaun Wilson & Gabrielle Meagher -- 2. Defence, security and the Iraq war / Rachel Gibson & Ian McAllister -- 3. Citizenship, participation, efficacy and trust in Australia / Clive Bean & David Denemark -- 4. Trust, citizenship and participation: Australia in comparative perspective / Todd Donovan, David Denemark & Shaun Bowler -- 5. What do Australians think about globalization: Public and personal dimensions / Tim Phillips & Robert Holton -- 6. Cultures of work: Do Australians all have the same goals? / Bill Martin -- 7. Should we work for longer? Public expectations about older workers and retirement / Christine Millward & Libby Brooke -- 8. The quiet before the storm? Attitudes towards the new industrial relations system / Brigid van Wanrooy -- 9. Are unions regaining popular legitimacy in Australia? / Gabrielle Meagher & Shaun Wilson -- 10. Are 'aspirationals' different? / Murray Goot & Ian Watson -- 11. How are families managing? / Mark Western, Janeen Baxter & Jenny Chesters -- 12. Howard's welfare state / Shaun Wilson & Gabrielle Meagher -- 13. How do Australians feel about financial investments? / Jocelyn Pixley
Summary "Across 13 chapters, the book develops an in-depth and accessible understanding of how Australia is responding to new realities in work, globalisation, industrial relations reform, retirement, citizenship, political trust and family and community life. ASA2 draws on the latest research and analysis of some of Australia's leading social scientists to challenge conventional wisdoms about Australia, and assesses the impact of John Howard's decade in office. It also shows how contemporary Australian social behaviour and attitudes vary from those held in previous years and decades and how they compare with other citizens from other countries with respect to citizenship, trust and political involvement."--Publisher's website
Analysis Social studies (Australia)
Notes Based on data from the the second Australian Survey of Social Attitudes (AuSSA) fielded in August 2005
Sequel to: Australian social attitudes : the first report
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Australian social attitudes no:2
Subject Public opinion -- Australia.
Australia -- Social conditions -- Public opinion.
Australia -- Economic conditions -- Public opinion.
Australia -- Politics and government -- Public opinion.
Australia -- Economic conditions.
Australia -- Politics and government.
Australia -- Social conditions.
Author Denemark, David.
LC no. 2007534821
ISBN 0868408611
9780868408613 paperback
Other Titles Citizenship, work and aspirations
OTHER TI Australian social attitudes : the first report. 2005
Other Titles Australian social attitudes : the first report