Publications using AuSSA Data or citing AuSSA

Please contact ACSPRI at: surveys@acspri.org.au with details of your publication that cites the AuSSA so we can include it on this list.

​For details of publications that cite the ISSP - please see the ISSP Bibliography. The ISSP list only includes publications that use data from at least two countries (that may include Australian data).

​Publications (updated November 2016):

  • Alexander, D. (2013) “It's Not What You Know It's Who You Know: Political Connectedness and Political engagement at the local level.” Journal of Sociology, 49(4).
  • Arthur, D. (2014) Why Can't We Have a Simple Welfare System? Australian Review of Public Affairs <http://www.australianreview.net/digest/2014/09/arthur.html>
  • Ashok, V., Kuziemko, I. And Washington, E. (2015) “Support for Redistribution in an Age of Rising Inequality: New Stylised Facts and Some Tentative Explanations.” BPEA Conference Draft. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 19 March - 20 March 2015.
  • Atkinson, R., Picken, F. and Tranter, B. (2009) “Home and Away from Home: The Urban-regional Dynamics of Second Home Ownership in Australia.” Urban Research and Practice, 2(1): 1-17.
  • Atkinson, R., Taylor, E. and Walter, M. (2010) “Burying Indigeneity: The Spatial Construction of Reality and Aboriginal Australia.” Social and Legal Studies, 19: 311-330.
  • Atkinson, R. and Tranter, B. (2011) “Outside society? The social implications of gated and secured neighbourhoods in Australia.” Centre for Urban Research (CURB) Working Paper.
  • Australian Human Rights Commission (2014) “Face the Facts: Gender Equality.” https://www.humanrights.gov.au/face-facts-gender-equality
  • Bannister, B. (2013) Secondary Victims' Perceptions of Justice: Implications for Forensic Psychology PhD diss, Edith Cowan University.
  • Batterham, D., Hollows, A. and Kolar, V. “Attitudes to Homelessness in Australia.” Australian Social Policy Journal, 10: 73-96.
  • Baxter, J. and Tai, T. O. (2016) Inequalities in Unpaid Work: A Cross-National Comparison Handbook on Well-being of Working Women ((pp. 653-671).
  • Beaton-Wells, C. and Haines, F. (2010) “The Australian Conversation: How the Case for Cartel Criminalisation was Made.” New Journal of European Criminal Law, 1(4): 499-521.
  • Beddoe, L. and Maidment, J. (2014) Social Work Practice for Promoting Health and Wellbeing: Critical Issues. New York: Routledge.
  • Betts, K. (2010) “Population Growth: What do Australian Voters Want?” People and Place, 18: 49-64.
  • Betts, K. (2010) “A Bigger Australia: Opinions for and Against.” People and Place, 18: 25-28.
  • Betts, K. (2010) “Attitudes to immigration and population growth in Australia 1954-2010: An Overview.” People and Place, 18: 32-51.
  • Betts, K. (2009) “Attitudes to Abortion: Australia and Queensland in the Twenty-First century.” People and Place, 17: 25-39.
  • Betts, K. (2008) “Population Ageing in Australia: Policy Implications of Recent Projections.” People and Place, 16(4): 43-51.
  • Betts, K. (2008) “Dissatisfaction with Immigration Grows.” People and Place, 16: 19-34.
  • Betts, K. (2005) “Migrants Attitudes to Immigration in Australia: 1990-2004.” People and Place, 13: 29-31.
  • Betts, K. (2004) “Attitudes to abortion in Australia: 1972 to 2003.” People and Place, 12: 22-28.
  • Birrell, B. (2013) “Media Effects and Immigration Policy in Australia.” In Immigration and Public Opinion in Liberal Democracies, edited by G. P. Freeman, R. Hansen and D. Leal, NY: Routledge.
  • Bouma, G.D. and Hughes, P.J. (2014) “Using Census Data in the Management of Religious Diversity: An Australian Case Study.” Religion, 44(3): 434-352.
  • Boyd, W. E., den Exter, K. et al (2013) “Current Issues in Environmental Management in Australia: What Do People Think?” Australian Studies Centre, 10: 31-50.
  • Bramble, T. (2004) “Contradictions in Australia's 'Miracle Economy'.” Journal of Australia Political Economy, 54: 5-31.
  • Brenton, S. (2008) “Public Confidence in Australian Democracy.” Democratic Audit of Australia Discussion Paper No. 2.
  • Breunig, R. and Gong, X. (2013) “The Dynamics of Satisfaction with Working Hours in Australia: The Usefulness of Panel Data in Evaluating the Case for Policy Intervention.” Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies Working Paper.
  • Brown, J. (2009) “What's Next for Welfare-to-work?” Issue Analysis, (117): 1-15.
  • Brown, K. (2006) “The Position of Australian Community Sporting Organisations in the Third Sector: Membership Profiles, Characteristics and Attitudes.” Third Sector Review, 12: 17-39.
  • Buckingham, J. (2010) The Rise of Religious Schools in Australia. The Centre for Independent Studies Policy Monongraphs.
  • Burton, P. (2014) Responding to Climate Change: Lessons from an Australian Hotspot. Victoria: CSIRO Publishing.
  • Burton, P. (2009) “Climate Change and Public Policy: Three Challenges.” Crawford School of Economics and Government, ANU Policy Brief 5.
  • Burns, M. (2013) “Towards Growing Indigenous Culturally Competent Legal Professionals in Australia.” The International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives, 12(1): 226-248.
  • Butler, A. and McFarlane, K. (2009) Public Confidence in the NSW Criminal Justice System. NSW Sentencing Council, Monograph 9.
  • Camilleri, R. (2007) “The Australian Media and Post-Mahathir Malaysia.” Australian Quarterly, 79(5): 26-40.
  • Capper, S. (2008) “Victorian Law Reform Commission Discussion Questions: Submission by the Victorian Women's Trust”. Victorian Women's Trust, http://vwt.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/1254542229.pdf
  • Carnovale, A. (2013) “Submissions to the Inquiry into: Health Insurance Amendment (Medicare Funding for Certain Types of Abortion) Bill 2013.” Women's Centre for Health Matters, http://www.wchm.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/WCHM-Submission-to-the...
  • Carrington, K., McIntosh, A. and Walmsley, J. (2007) The Social Costs and Benefits of Migration into Australia. Centre for Applied Research in Social Science (CARSS) Report.
  • Carter, M. (2009) Explaining the Census: Investigating Reasons for Non-Response to the ABS Census of Population and Housing. Institute for Social Research Paper.
  • Charnock, D. (2010) “What do Australian Voters Mean by 'Left-Right'?” Australian Journal of Political Science, 45: 491-499.
  • Charnock, D. (2006) “Children and Families: Relationships between Family Attitudes, Household Consumption and Voting in Australia.” Australian Journal of Political Science, 41: 371-384.
  • Chesters, J. and Watson, L. (2013) “Understanding the Persistence of Inequality in Higher Education: Evidence from Australia.” Journal of Education Policy, 28(2): 198-215.
  • Chesters, J. and Western, J. (2010) “Evidence and Perceptions of Inequality in Australia.” ANU Centre Economic Policy Research Discussion Paper No. 635.
  • Children by Choice (2015) “Briefing Paper: Abortion in Queensland – A Summary of the Issues.” Children by Choice, http://www.childrenbychoice.org.au/info-a-resources/facts-and-figures/ab...
  • City of Swan (2010) “Strategic Plan Review: Environmental Scan”. www.swan.wa.gov.au/files/e35cee55-0a58-43b9-a491.../b2-2att.pdf
  • Clark, J. (2009) “Nation-state Belonging Among Asian Australians and the Question of Transnationalism.” Current Sociology, 57: 27-46.
  • Clark, J. (2008) “Australian Public Opinion on Citizenship and Transnational Ties in Asia.” Australian Geographer, 39(1): 9-20.
  • Clark, J. (2007) “Perceptions of Australian Cultural Identity among Asian Australians.” The Australian Journal of Social Issues, 42(3): 303-320.
  • Colic, Peisker, V. (2011) “A New Era in Multiculturalism? From Working-Class 'Ethics' to a 'Multicultural Middle-Class.” International Migration Review, 45: 562-587.
  • Cully, M. (2011) “Skilled Immigration Reform in Australia.” Migration Policy Practice, 1(1): 4-7.
  • Cultural Development Network (2014) “Research Report: August 2014 Cultural data for Local Government.” Cultures Communities Councils, https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=248&cad...
  • Daniels, B. (2012) Consolidation of Commonwealth Anti-Discrimination Laws: Submission by The Independent Schools Council of Australia (ISCA).
  • Daniels, B. (2012) “Federalism, Education Provision and the Common Good.” Whitlam Institute Seminar, Sydney, 1 May 2012, http://isca.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Speaking-Notes-for-Whitlam...
  • Davis, B. and Dosseter, K. (2010) “Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice: (Mis)perceptions of crime in Australia.” AIC Report No. 396.
  • Dawes, G. and Bozkurt, V. (2010) “The Changing World of Work and Youth: A Comparative Research of Australian and Turkish University Students, Perceptions about the Changing World of Work.” World Applied Sciences Journal, 9(12): 1343-1349.
  • Deeming, C. (2013) “Social Democracy and Social Policy in Neoliberal Times.” Journal of Sociology, 0(0): 1-24.
  • Denemark, D. (2012) “Trust, Efficacy and Opposition to Anti-terrorism, Police Power: Australia in Comparative Perspective.” Australian Journal of Political Science, 47(1): 91-113.
  • Denemark, D. (2009) “Trust, Threat and Opposition to Anti-terrorism Police Powers: Australia in Comparative Perspective.” International Political Studies Association World Congress Conference Paper.
  • Denemark, D., (2005) “Mass Media and Media Power in Australia.” In Australian Social Attitudes: The First Report, edited by Wilson, S., Meagher, G., Gibson, R., Denemark, D., and Western, M., 220-239. Sydney: UNSW Press.
  • DeVaus, D. (2005) “Ex-nuptial children in Australia: An Empirical Analysis of Non marital Births.” Journal of Family Studies, 11: 36-45.
  • Donoghue, J. and Tranter, B. (2014) “The Anzac Myth and Australian National Identity,” available at: http://www.e-ir.info/2014/05/08/the-anzac-myth-and-australian-national-i....
  • Dononghue, J. and Tranter, B. (2013) “The Anzacs: Military influences on Australian identity.” Journal of Sociology, 0(0): 1-15.
  • Donoghue, J. and Tranter, B. (2013) “Public Housing and Social Capital in Australia” Journal of Land, Housing, and Urban Affairs, 4(2): 145-152.
  • Donoghue, J. and Tranter, B. (2012) “Social capital, Interpersonal Trust and Public Housing in Australia.” Social Work, 65: 413-430.
  • Donoghue, J. and Tranter, B. (2009) “Social Capital in Australian Public Housing.” TASA Conference Paper.
  • Donoghue, J. and Tranter, B. (2008) “Attitudes of Public Housing Tenants in Australia.” Third Australasian Housing Researchers Refereed Conference Paper.
  • Dowling, H. (2014) “Religion and Spirituality: Finding God Within.” Revive Magazine. http://revivemagazine.org.au/2014/04/06/religion-and-spirituality-findin...
  • Dunn, K.M. and Piracha, A. (2015) “The Multifaith City in an Era of Post-secularism: The Complicated Geographies of Christians, Non-Christians and Non-faithful Across Sydney, Australia.” In The Changing World Religion Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics, edited by Brunn, S, Springer Netherlands.
  • Dunn, K.M. (2007) “Contemporary Racism and Islamaphobia in Australia” Contemporary Racism and Islamaphbia, 7(4): 564.
  • Durey, R. (2010) “Women's Health Victoria: Women and Abortion.” Women's Health Issues Paper, (6): 1-17.
  • Edwards, K. (2013) “Are Converts More Fervent Catholics? Not in Australia it Seems!” Australian Incognita Blogspot, http://australiaincognita.blogspot.com.au/2013/07/are-converts-more-ferv...
  • Eikhof, D., Warhurst, C. and Haunschild, A. (2007) “Introduction: What Work? What Life? What Balance?: Critical Reflections on the Work-life Balance Debate.” Employee Relations, 29(4): 325-333.
  • Evans, A. (2015) “Entering a Union in the Twenty-First Century: Cohabitation and Living Apart Together.” In Family Formation in 21st Century Australia, edited by Heard, G. and Arunachalm, D., 13-30. Melbourne: Springer Netherlands.
  • Evans, A. and Reimondos, A. (2013) “Climate of Doubt: What Australians Think About Climate Change The Conversation.” The Conversation, http://theconversation.com/climate-of-doubt-what-australians-think-about...
  • Evans, H. (2005) Journals of the Senate. The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, (23): 573-596.
  • Fear, J. (2008) “Choice Overload: Australians Coping with Financial Decisions.” Australia Institute Discussion Paper No. 99.
  • Fernández‐i‐Marín, X. (2011) “The Impact of e-Government Promotion in Europe: Internet Dependence and Critical Mass.” Policy & Internet, 3(4): 1-29.
  • Flavel, J. (2007) Maximising Workforce Capacity as a Means of Easing High Job Vacancy Rates. Flinders Social Monitor No. 6.
  • Fletcher, R., May, C., St George, J., Stoker, L., and Oshan, M. (2014). Engaging Fathers: Evidence Review. Canberra: Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY).
  • Fletcher, Richard. (2008) “Father-inclusive Practice and Associated Professional Competencies.” Australian Family Relationships Clearinghouse Briefing Paper No.9.
  • Franklin, A. S. (2012) “A :Lonely Society? Loneliness and Liquid Modernity in Australia.” Australian Journal of Social Issues, 47: 11-28.
  • Franklin, A. and Tranter, B. (2011) “Essays on the Housing, Loneliness and Health.” Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Final Report No. 164.
  • Franklin, A. and Tranter, B. (2010) “Loneliness, Housing and Health in Australia – Results from a 2009 National Survey.” TASA Conference.
  • Fredman, N.J. (2009) “Nation, Class and the Australian Left.” PhD thesis, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW.
  • Gelb, K. (2014) “The Drivers of Punitive Penal Policy in Victoria, Australia.” Stockholm Criminology Symposium, University of Western Sydney. 9 June - 11 June 2014.
  • Gelb, K. (2011) “Predictors of Confidence” Community Views in Victoria.” Sentencing Advisory Council Research Paper, Victoria.
  • Gelb, K. (2008) “Measuring Public Opinion About Sentencing.” Sentencing Advisory Council Research Paper, Victoria.
  • Gelb, K. (2006) “Myths and Misconceptions: Public Opinion versus Public Judgement About Sentencing.” Sentencing Advisory Council Research Paper, Victoria.
  • Gelber, K. (2011) “Freedom of Speech and Australian Political Culture.” University of Queensland Law Journal, 30(1): 134-144.
  • Gelber, K. (2005) “Beyond Australia's First Bill of Rights'.” Paper presented to Assessing the First Year of the Act Human Rights Act Conference, ANU, Canberra.
  • Gladiagau, K. and West, B. (2007) Religious Affiliation and Moral Conservatism in Australia and South Australia. Flinders Social Monitor No. 8.
  • Goodman-Delahunty, J., Brewer, N. et al (2008) “Practices, policies, and procedures that influence juror satisfaction in Australia.” Criminology Research Council Research and Public Policy Series no. 87, Canberra.
  • Goot, M. (2013) “Studying the Australian Voter: Questions, Methods, Answers.” Australian Journal of Political Science, 48: 366-378.
  • Goot, M. and Watson, I. (2011) Population, Immigration and Asylum Seekers: Patterns in Australian Public Opinion. Parliamentary Library, Parliament of Australia.
  • Goot, M. and Watson, I. (2006) “Are 'Aspirationals' Different?” Refereed Conference Paper presented to the Australasian Political Studies Association Conference, University of Newcastle.
  • Government of Western Australia (2010) “Department for Communities: Parenting WA Strategic Framework.” http://www.communities.wa.gov.au/Documents/Parents%20Families%20Educatio...
  • Grant, R. (2004) Less Tax or More Social Spending; Twenty Years of Opinion Polling. Department of the Parliamentary Library Research Paper.
  • Gray, I. and Brown, A.J. (2006) “The Political Viability of Federal Reform: Interpreting Public Attitudes.” In Federalism and Regionalism in Australia. eds. A.J. Brown and J.A. Bellamy, Canberra: ANU E Press.
  • Greenhalgh, E.M., Watts, S.E., Schutte, N.S. (2014) “Mechanisms of Moral Disengagement in the Endorsement of Asylum Seeker Policies in Australia.” Ethics & Behaviour.
  • Gregory, R. (2013) “Inquiry into Health Insurance Amendment (Medicare Funding for Certain Types of Abortion) Bill 2013.” Women's Health West, http://whwest.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/SUB_Health-insurance-abo...
  • Guerrero, B. (2013) Surrey Hills Uniting Church, http://www.surreyhillsuniting.org/sermons/2013-06-09Pentecost3.pdf
  • Habibis, D., Hookway, N. and Vreugdenhil, A. (2016) ‘Kindness in Australia: An Empirical Critique of Moral Decline Sociology’,  British Journal of Sociology, 67(3): 395–413.
  • Hanabeth, L., Lloyd, D., Boyd, W. and Exterm K.D. (2013) “Unconventional Gas Development: Why a Regional Community Said No.” Geographical Research, 52(3): 263-279.
  • Hanson, D. and Tranter, B. (2006) “Who are the shareholders in Australia and what are their ethical opinions?” Corporate Governance: An International Review, 14: 23-32.
  • Harley, K., Willis, K.,et al (2011) “Navigating public/private healthcare boundaries: choice and healthcare capital.” TASA Research Paper, Sydney.
  • Healy, J. and Moskos, M. (2005) “How Do Aged Care Workers Compare with Other Australian Workers?” The National Institute of Labour Studies Report.
  • Henson, B., Reyns, B.W. and Fisher, B.S. “Fear of Crime Online? Examining the Effect of Risk, Previous Victimization, and Exposure on Fear of Online Interpersonal Victimization.” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 29(4): 475-497.
  • Hewitt, B., Baxter, J., and Western, M. (2006) “Family, work and health: The impact of marriage, parenthood and employment on self-reported health of Australian men and women.” Journal of sociology, 42(1): 61-78.
  • Higgins, C. and Tilt, C. (2007) “Community attitudes and activism on social, political and environmental issues.” Journal of Asia-Pacific Centre for Environmental Accountability, 13: 8-12.
  • Hodgkin, S. (2014) “Intergenerational Solidarity: An Investigation of Attitudes Towards the Responsibility for Formal and Informal Elder Care in Australia.” Health Sociology Review 23(1): 53-64.
  • Holmes, M. (2007) Couples Living Apart together in Australia. Flinders Social Monitor No. 7.
  • Hookway, N. (2012) ‘Moral Compass: is Australia a Kind Nation’, The Conversation
  • Hookway, N. (2014) ‘Kindness is the Measure of Society’, The Age
  • Hookway, N. and Habibis, D. (2014): ‘Forget Moral Decline: Aussies Might be Getting Kinder’, The Conversation
  • Hookway, N. and Habibis, D. (2014) ‘Australia’s Level of Kindness Related to One’s Own Kind’, The Sunday Age.
  • Hookway, N. and Habibis, D. (2015) “Forget Moral Decline: The Kids are All Right.” The Byron Shire, 29(4):12.
  • Huang, X. and Western, M. (2011) “Social Networks and Occupational Attainment in Australia.” Sociology, 45(2): 269-286.
  • Huang, X and Western, M. (2010) “Getting a Job in Australia: Evidence from AuSSA 2007 and Methological Reflections.” Conference Paper presented to ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference, Sydney.
  • Huang, X. (2009) “Job Search Methods and Job-Worker Matching: An Explorative Study in Australia.” TASA 2009 Conference Proceedings, Australian National University.
  • Huang, X and Western, M. (2008) “Social Networks and Occupational Attainment in Australia: A Preliminary Analysis.” Sociology 45(2): 269-286.
  • Hughes, P. (2014) Religion Among Young People in Australia, Thailand and the United States. Journal for the Academic Study of Religion, 27(1).
  • Hughes, P. (2014) “Statistics from the UK.” Pointers: Bulletin of the Christian Research Association, 24(4): 16.
  • Hughes, P. (2014) “Trust and Faith.” Bulletin of the Christian Research Association, 24(2): 5-8.
  • Hughes, P. (2013) “Church Attendance Rates Among Young People: Some Notes.” Bulletin of the Christian Research Association, 23(1): 7-8.
  • Hughes, P. (2013) “A New Day for Religion in Canada and Australia.” Bulletin of the Christian Research Association, 23(1): 5-6.
  • Hughes, P. (2013) “The Missing 1.8 Million.” Bulletin of the Christian Research Association, 23(1): 1-4.
  • Hughes, P. (2012) “God's Activity in Miracles.” Bulletin of the Christian Research Association, 22(2): 1-6.
  • Hughes, P. (2012) “Belief in God: Is the 'New Atheism' Influencing Australians?” Bulletin of the Christian Research Association, 22(1): 1-7.
  • Hughes, P. (2012) “Spiritual But Not Religious.” Bulletin of the Christian Research Association, 22(4): 13-17.
  • Hughes, P. (2012) “The Impact of Recent Immigration on Religious Groups in Australia.” Bulletin of the Christian Research Association, 22(4): 1-8.
  • Hughes, P. (2010) “Attitudes to Issues of Sexuality.” Christian Research Association Bulletin, 20(4): 13-16.
  • Hughes, P. (2010) “Who Reads the Bible?” Bulletin of the Christian Research Association, 20(4): 11-13.
  • Hughes, P. (2010) “Australian Attitudes Towards the Variety of Religions.” Bulletin of the Christian Research Association, 20(4): 6-11.
  • Hughes, P. (2010) “Christian Research Association Staff Report: 2010.” Bulletin of the Christian Research Association, 20(3): 5-7.
  • Hughes, P. (2010) “Are Australians 'Losing Their Religion'?” Bulletin of the Christian Research Association, 20(2): 1-6.
  • Hughes, P. (2010) Shaping Australia's Spirituality: A Review of Christian Ministry in the Australian Context. Victoria: Mosaic Press.
  • Hughes, P. and Fraser, L. (2014) Life, Ethics and Faith in Australian Society. Victoria: Christian Research Association.
  • Hughes, P.J. and Cronshaw, D. (2013) Baptists in Australia: A Church with a Heritage and a Future. Victoria: Christian Research Association.
  • Hughes, P., Fraser, M. and Reid, S. (2012) Australia's Religious Communities: Facts and Figures from 2011 Australian Census and Other Sources. Victoria: Christian Research Association.
  • Humpage, L. (2008) “The Future of Social Citizenship: Politics, Institutions and Outcomes. Annual Conference of the Research Committee on Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy (RC19).” Conference Paper presented to International Sociological Associations Conference, Stockholm.
  • Humpage, L. (2008) Radical change or more of the same? Public attitudes towards social citizenship in New Zealand since neoliberal reform." Australian Journal of Social Issues, 43(2): 215-230.
  • Indermaur, D. and Roberts, L. (2010) “Punitiveness in Australia: current status, trends and strategic responses.” In Punitivity International Developments: Vol 1: Punitiveness – a global Phenomenon?, eds. H. Kury and E. Shea, Germany: Brockmeyer-Verlag, 181-202.
  • Indermaur, D., Roberts, L., (2009) “Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice: Confidence in the Criminal Justice System.” AIC Australian Government Publication No. 387.
  • Ivanova, G. and Tranter, B. (2008) “Paying for Environmental Protection in Cross-National Perspective.” Australian Journal of Political Science, 43: 169-188.
  • Ivanova, G. and Tranter, B. (2004) “Willingness to pay for 'the Environment' in Cross-National Perspective.” Paper presented to the Australasian Political Studies Association Conference, University of Adelaide.
  • Jacobs, K. (2013) “Hurtling Down the Track: The Significance of Australian Population Debates in an Era of Anxiety.” Journal of Sociology, 0(0): 1-13.
  • Jennett, C. (2011) “Internal Colonialism in Australia.” In First World, First Nations, eds. G. Minnerup and P. Solberg, Sussex: Academic Press.
  • Jennings, P., Davies, A., Fruhling, S., Goldrick, J., Kalms, M. and Medcalf, R. “Guarding Against Uncertainty: Australian Attitudes to Defence: Report on Community Consultations.” http://www.defence.gov.au/Whitepaper/docs/GuardingUncertainty.pdf
  • Johns, G. (2005) “Participatory Democracy: Cracks in the Facade.” Institute of Public Affairs, 17(3): 1-14.
  • Johns, G. (2005) “The NGO Project: Why We Care.” The Institute of Public Affairs Review: A Quarterly Review of Politics and Public Affairs, 57(2): 30-32.
  • Jones, K. (2006) “Paying the Piper: Politicians and WorkChoices.” Just Policy, (42): 41-45.
  • Jones, P. and Pusey, M. (2008) “Mediated Political Communication in Australia: Leading Issues, New Evidence.” Australian Journal of Social Issues, 43(4): 583.
  • Jones, C. and Weatherburn, D. (2010) “Public Confidence in the NSW Criminal Justice System.” Australia New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 43: 506-525.
  • Kaldor, P., Black, A and Hughes, P. (2012) “How Australian People Make Sense of Life and Assess its Ultimate Significance – and the Difference it Might Make.” In Beyond Well-Being: Spirituality and Human Flourishing, eds. Maureen Miner, Martin Dowson and Stuart Devenish, USA: Information Age Publishing Inc.
  • Kelton, M. (2012) Australia in the World. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • King, D. (2006) Balancing Work and Family in South Australia. Flinders Social Monitor No.5.
  • King, D. and Tilt, C.A. (2006) About the Australian Survey of Social Attitudes (AuSSA). Flinders Social Monitor No. 1.
  • Kippen, R., Evans, A. and Gray, E. (2011) “Australian attitudes toward sex-selection technology.” Fertility and Sterility, 95(5): 1824-1826.
  • Kornhauser, R. (2013) “Reconsidering Predictors of Punitiveness in Australia: A Test of Four Theories.” Australia and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 46(2): 221-240.
  • Kunciunas, A. (2010) “Power and the Churches.” Christian Research Association Bulletin, 20(2): 10-13.
  • Lane, A. (2007) Self-employment, gender and job security. Flinders Social Monitor No. 9.
  • Leigh, A. (2014) “Equal to Our Core: Making the Case for Egalitarianism as Australia's National Value.” Speech presented at launch of the Bachelor of Economics (Advanced), University of Adelaide. 14 October 2014.
  • Leigh, A., Booth, A. and Varganova, E. (2009) “Discrimination Study.” Core Economics, http://economics.com.au/?p=3636
  • Levy, R. (2010) “Breaking the Constitutional Deadlock: Lessons from Deliberative Experiments in Constitutional Change.” Melbourne University Law Review, 34(3): 805-838.
  • Leviston, Z., Leitch, A., Greenhill, M., Leonard, R. and Walker, I. (2011) “Australians' Views of Climate Change”. CSIRO Report.
  • Look, E. (2013) Unrepresentative Swill. Election Watch University of Melbourne, http://electionwatch.edu.au/australia-2013/analysis/unrepresentative-swill
  • Mack, K. and Anleu S.R. (2010) “Performing Impartiality: Judicial Demeanor and Legitimacy.” Law & Social Inquiry, 35(1): 137-173.
  • Mackenzie, G., Stobbs, N., Ferguson, C. and Gelb, K. (2014) “Measuring the Effects of Small Group Deliberation on Public Attitudes towards Sentencing: Benefits and Challenges.” Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 25(3): 745-761.
  • MacKenzie, G., Spiranovic, C., Warner, K. et al (2012) “Sentencing and Public Confidence: Results from a National Australian Survey on Public Opinions towards Sentencing.” Australia New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 45: 45-65.
  • Markus, A. (2012) “Immigration and Public opinion.” In A Greater Australia: population, policies and governance, eds. Jonathan Pincus and Graeme Hugo, Melbourne: CEDA.
  • Markus, A. (2011) A 'Sustainable' Population – Key Policy Issues, Roundtable Proceedings, Productivity Commission, Canberra.
  • Markus, A. and Dhamalingam, A. (2007) “Mapping Social Cohesion: The Scanlon Foundation Surveys.” Scanlon Foundation Surveys National Report.
  • Marsh, I. (2007) “Australia's Political Institutions and the Corruption of Public Opinion.” Australian Journal of Public Administration, 66(3): 329-341.
  • Martin, A. (2011) “Partisan Identification and Attitudes to Big versus Small Government in Australia: Evidence from the ISSP.” Australian Journal of Political Science, 46(2): 243-256.
  • Meagher, G. (2004) “Do Australians Want a Private Welfare State? Are they getting one anyway?” Australian Review of Public Affairs Report.
  • Meagher, G., Hill, E. and Pocock, B. (2007) “Contested, Corporatised and Confused? Australian Attitudes to Child Care.” In Kids Count: Better early childhood education and care in Australia, eds. Elizabeth Hill, Barbara Pocock and Alison Elliott, Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Meagher, G. and Wilson, S. (2008) “Richer, but More Unequal: Perceptions of Inequality in Australia 1987-2005.” The Journal of Australian Political Economy, 61: 220.
  • Miller, C. and Orchard, L. (2014) Australian Public Policy: Progressive Ideas in the Neoliberal Ascendency. Bristol: Policy Press.
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