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(Allen & Unwin, 2007)
Neighbourhood Life, Social Capital and Perceptions of Safety in the Western Suburbs of Adelaide
In this paper we report on a South Australian study of perceptions of safety and aspects of neighbourhood life including social capital which involved the analysis of 2400 self-completed questionnaires. A path analysis ...
Who participates? Socioeconomic factors associated with women's participation in voluntary groups
Participation in voluntary groups is potentially an important way to create health promoting social capital. This paper investigates women's participation in voluntary groups, utilising data from a postal survey of 968 ...
Challenging the stigma of public housing: preliminary findings from a qualitative study in South Australia
Many poor suburbs in Australia with higher than average numbers of public housing tenants do not simply suffer material disadvantage but also suffer from poor reputations that are reinforced though stigmatising assumptions ...