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Education Public Morality In Australia
1,057 wordster> The Influence of Education & Public Morality in Australia during 1788 - 1900 While Christianity played a crucial part in all aspects of Australian society throughout the pre-federation years 1788 to 1900, it had a significant impact on education and public morality. Th influence of Christianity in education was evident through the establishment of a separate education system and, in public morality the formation of the temperance movement as well as other actions. Education was gr...
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South Wales Sex Workers
1,236 words... multiple studies cited by the New South Wales Parliament's Brothels Task Force documenting reduced rates of infection, including a 90 % decline in gonorrhoea rates among sex workers for the period 1981 - 1989 (cited in Brothels Task Force, 2001, 23). During the debate, unsubstantiated statistics were also sometimes produced literally out of thin air, as when an Australian industry spokesperson remarked during an interview that the number of brothels in Sydney had increased by 400 % since dec...
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Health And Safety Organised Crime
1,207 words... s resulted in a split, two-tiered sex industry evolving, with a tightly controlled legal sector operating alongside a large and often vulnerable illegal sector (Dobinson, 1992, cited in Sullivan, 1999). Thus one group of workers hold positions in the state-approved brothels, often claiming that they work in virtual slave-like conditions for the privilege of being 'state approved'. Those who cannot obtain employment in the licensed brothels work instead in the illicit underground sex industry...
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Health And Safety Task Force
1,239 words... 'very young, female, casually employed and thoroughly stigmatized by their work' (ibid. , 12). Five years after the Act was introduced, the New South Wales Attorney General and the Minister for Urban Affairs and Planning established the Brothels Task Force. Its brief was to monitor the regulation of brothels by local councils and to assess the success of occupational health and safety programmes for sex workers, their clients and the public (Brothels Task Force, 2001). The Task Force was ask...
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Youth Unemployment And Crime
2,115 wordsOpinions such as those found in the Smith Family Youth Unemployment Report (2003) which hypothesize that juvenile crime is directly connected to the high rates of youth unemployment in Australia cannot be neither accepted nor critiqued until there is a clear understanding of what the terms "Youth Unemployment" and "Juvenile Crime" mean in the context of this essay. In this essay youth unemployment is generally taken to include the entire 15 - 24 age cohort - not just 15 - 19 year old teenagers -...
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Local Governments Role In Crime Prevention
1,531 wordsLocal Governments Role in Crime Prevention Introduction In order to provide an effective response to crime, and to explore the role of the Australian local government in crime prevention, it is crucial to understand the philosophy underlying the subject. The present study focuses on local governments role in crime prevention with specific reference to arrangements in NSW and explores future directions for local government involvement in crime prevention. Local Governments' Role in Crime Preventi...
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Organizational Structures Maturity Stage
2,066 words... older business firms having more complex organizational structure; the firm is highly centralized but a little more formal than the firm at an egg stage; functional specialization is adopted, while product commercialization becomes a focal priority; Average sales revenues growth makes up to 300 percent per year, while average employment growth makes up over 100 percent per year) (Hank et al, 1993); Maturity stage (during the maturity stage, business firms usually double in size. The organiza...
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Ordinary Man Common Law
2,260 wordsDevelopment of Defense of Provocation Question: Critically evaluate the development of common law principles applicable to the defence of provocation in criminal law from the decision in Mancini v DPP [ 1942 ] AC 1 to Mascantonio v R (1995) 183 CLR 58. Assess the degree to which the common law has proved inflexible in responding changing societal needs and expectations. Are there other legal means of achieving substantive justice? At the time of the case of Mancini the concept of provocation as ...
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000 Years Ago Stone Tools
3,216 wordsTroublesome Questions In 1830 Mr. Rankin tied a rope around a projection out of a rock face in order to lower himself into Wellington Cave (Horton, 1980). The projection turned out to be the bone of a giant extinct marsupial. It was to be the first discovery of a great range of giant marsupials. Were these animals extinct? ? Horton (1980), describes how Leichhart believed that on his journeys to northern Australia he would find Diprotodon still roaming over the land. We now know that he was prob...
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Organised Crime Oxford University
1,977 wordsCommunication Law and Ethics Essay Law Question: Week 4: Who can be sued in a defamation case? Outline possible defences, citing case studies. The penguin Modern English dictionary defines defamation as a false report made maliciously to injure. Other definitions of defamation include slander and calumny. The basic idea of defamation is simple. It is an attempt to balance the private right to protect ones reputation with the public right to freedom of speech. Defamation allows people to sue thos...
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Public Morality Financial Aid
1,071 wordsEducation 038; Public Morality In Australia Essay, Education 038; Public Morality In Australia The Influence of Education 038; Public Morality in Australia during 1788 - 1900 While Christianity played a crucial part in all aspects of Australian society throughout the pre-federation years 1788 to 1900, it had a significant impact on education and public morality. Th influence of Christianity in education was evident through the establishment of a separate education system and, in public ...
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Degrees Celsius Sugar Cane
2,695 wordsTHE AUSTRALIAN CANE TOAD Introduction The cane toad, Bufo marinus, or giant toad, was introduced to Australia by the sugar cane industry with government sanction, in order to control two specific pests of sugar cane. The grey backed cane beetle and the frenchie beetle. Native to Central and South America, the cane toad has been introduced to several Pacific islands as well. One hundred and one toads arrived at Edmonton in North Queensland in June 1935. About 11 sugar growing locations in norther...
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Prime Minister Legislative Assembly
648 wordsSir, Edmund Barton (1849 - 1920) Edmund Barton was born to his parents William and Mary Barton on the 18 th of January 1849 in Glebe, Sydney, in New South Wales. Barton attended Sydney Grammar School and he won many scholarships. He studied law at Sydney University and he received first class honors. He got a masters degree by the age of 21. He practiced as a barrister in 1871. Edmund married a lady called Jean Mason Ross and had 2 daughters and 4 sons. In 1879 Edmund Barton was voted into Legis...
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