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dc.contributor.authorHowe, Brianen
dc.descriptionProfessor Brian Howe is a Professorial Associate in the Centre for Public Policy, The University of Melbourne. He was Deputy Prime Minister of Australia (1991-95), a member of the Federal Cabinet (1984-96) and held a range of Ministerial portfolios in the fields of Defence, Social Security, Health, Housing and Community Services. One of Australia’s leading thinkers on social policy, he talks about his recent book Weighing up Australian values: balancing transitions and risks to work and family in modern Australia.en
dc.descriptionPresented by the Friends of the Barr Smith Library and the Don Dunstan Foundation, 17 Oct. 2007, the University of Adelaide.en
dc.publisherRadio Adelaideen
dc.subject.lcshHowe, Brian, 1936- . Weighing up Australian valuesen
dc.subject.lcshWork and family Australia.en
dc.subject.lcshAuthors Anecdotes.en
dc.subject.lcshAustralia Social conditions 1990-en
dc.subject.lcshAustralia Social policy 1990-en
dc.titleWeighing up Australian values: turning risks into opportunitiesen
dc.typeRecording, oralen
dc.contributor.organisationUniversity of Adelaideen
dc.contributor.organisationRadio Adelaideen
dc.contributor.organisationFriends of the University of Adelaide Libraryen
dc.contributor.organisationDon Dunstan Foundationen
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