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Title: The resignation of the Governor-General: family drama and national reproduction
Authors: Baird, Barbara Jean
Keywords: Social history
Children
Abuse
Communications media
Politics
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: UTS Publishing
Citation: Baird, B.J., 2009. The resignation of the Governor-General: family drama and national reproduction. Cultural Studies Review, 15(1), 65-87.
Abstract: Peter Hollingworth resigned his position as Governor-General of Australia in May 2003 more than three years short of the term for which he had been appointed. His resignation came after nearly eighteen months of controversy over how he had handled cases of the sexual abuse of children while in his previous job as Archbishop of the Brisbane Diocese of the Anglican Church and the release of a report of a church inquiry which found him culpable.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/26090
ISSN: 1446-8123
Appears in Collections:Women's Studies

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