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This paper is an attempt to re-position the perceptions and contributions
of older people in contemporary Australian society. The world is undergoing a
profound demographic shift, with almost every nation state experiencing population
ageing on a scale that is unprecedented. This means that we...
In recent decades the increase in the number of crime victimization
surveys conducted across countries has allowed researchers to examine the determinants
of crime victimization by applying both the routine activity/opportunity
theory and social disorganization theory. In this paper we apply a...
This paper proposes to outline various theoretical approaches used to
conceptualize peacekeeping operations (PKO) in International Relations Theory, and
compare these general approaches with Indian and Chinese participation and practices.
The analysis follows two main trajectories: 1) How is...
This paper examines the extent to which poverty reduction schemes and
targeting replaced the incomplete framework of social protection and universality in
Latin America over the last decade, through the provision of monetary cash transfers
rather than decommodified goods and services. Is this a...
The theory that I shall seek to elaborate here puts considerable emphasis
on the function of transparency and public involvement in the rulemaking process,
the impact of transparency on the functioning of government services, and the effect
of transparency and accountability on service...
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