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    • Law and order, who needs it? 

      Graycar, Adam (1996-06)
      Law and order are fundamental to our society. We can have law, and a lot of disorder; we can have a great deal of order, but considerable lawlessness; and law does not necessarily equate with justice. The criminal justice ...
    • Legal rights of elderly people 

      Graycar, Adam (1988-10)
      Every aspect of the lives of elderly people is affected by change and its social ramifications, from increased consumer activity, through electronic banking, through to travel and entertainment, through to changing family ...
    • Local Government and crime prevention 

      Graycar, Adam (2001-07)
      Local government has a role in preventing crime. Crime and disorder problems need to be understood in their local contexts and strategies need thus to be locally tailored. Local government can be a catalyst for change ...
    • Local Government's effective community responses 

      Graycar, Adam (2000-07)
      The challenge before us is to find the right set of interventions to prevent criminal behaviour among young people, and prevent that behaviour becoming a lifelong activity. The two main strategies are on the one hand to ...
    • Managing the future 

      Graycar, Adam (1988-03)
      Volunteering is an essential and necessary component of life in a modern industrial society. Both governments and volunteer networks need each other. Both work in harmony, both deliver different things, both have a ...
    • Mechanism for program co-ordination between the Commonwealth and State Governments 

      Graycar, Adam (1986-12)
      States rely on taxes and the Commonwealth for their income. Co-ordination of goals, values and targets is required for effective social welfare policy formation and joint program development.
    • Money laundering 

      Graycar, Adam (2002-12)
      The presentation surveys current efforts of developing anti money laundering at the government level and at the corporate level. In each case, the objectives are the same, but differences in orientation mean that there ...
    • Money laundering in the 21st century: risks and countermeasures 

      Graycar, Adam; Grabosky, P N (1995-08)
      The term money laundering is used to describe the process by which the proceeds of crime ("dirty money") are put through a series of transactions which disguise their illicit origins, and make them appear to have come from ...
    • National Homicide Monitoring Program: Executive summary 

      Graycar, Adam (2000-06)
      Summary of homicides in Australia 1 July 1989 to 30 June 1999.
    • New research on victims of crime in Australia - victims' needs, victims' rights - an AIC report 

      Graycar, Adam (1999-09)
      This paper reports material which comprehensively outlines the structure of victim services in each Australian state and territory in order to give an accurate picture of the nature of the services existing nationally. It ...
    • Non-formal adult education 

      Graycar, Adam (1986-04)
      Over the past five years 23 per cent of people aged 55 to 64 yrs, and 10 per cent of those aged 65 and over have participated in non-formal adult education. For a significant number of people therefore, retirement or the ...
    • Non-Government welfare organisations 

      Graycar, Adam (1975-10)
      Government has a clear constituency, a reasonably well understood sense of responsibility and accountability, and sufficient resources to undertake the jobs it chooses to perform for the community. Voluntary agencies, on ...
    • Non-government welfare organizations - policies and politics 

      Graycar, Adam (1982-03)
      The Social Welfare Research Centre has conducted a study which tries to identify the number of non-government welfare organizations (NGWOs) in Australia and developed a classification. Our survey indicates there are ...
    • Normalisation: the new orthodoxy in human services? 

      Graycar, Adam; Mykyta, Lu; Dorsch, Margaret (1986-11)
      Provision of services and accommodation for elderly people is a controversial and value-laden activity - something which has caused providers, researchers, policy makers, and elderly people themselves considerable anguish. ...
    • Nursing homes 

      Graycar, Adam (1986-10)
      As we look to the future, over the next 25 years S.A.'s population will increase by 27%; the population aged 65 and over by 67%; the population aged 75 and over by 118% and the over 85's by 225%.
    • Nursing homes : policy issues 

      Graycar, Adam (1986-09)
      The looming explosion in social care poses formidable challenges for policy makers in the gerontological arena. Policies, programs and services that reflect the interests of our older population, families of older people, ...
    • Nursing homes and hostels review 

      Graycar, Adam (1988-10)
      There are numerous operators in the nursing home industry. The largest cost input comes from the Commonwealth Government and Commonwealth decisions are of significant interest to the State Governments, to Local Governments, ...
    • Nursing profession and the aged 

      Graycar, Adam (1985-12)
      The contribution that the nursing profession makes in aged care is significant and monumental. The nursing profession is vital in devising mechanisms for the enhancement of the quality of life of elderly people and the ...
    • Opening address 

      Graycar, Adam (1991-07)
      Our research and advocacy should be oriented to a self-renewing society, ready to improvise solutions to problems it won't recognize until tomorrow. We need to lay foundations now and the SPRC has a crucial role to play ...
    • Opening of "Sturt House" 

      Graycar, Adam (1990-12)
      Child care has always been politically controversial. Of all the States except Tasmania, South Australia has the highest proportion of mature age students commencing as undergraduates. Most (55%) of new mature age students ...