MICRODATA RESEARCH BIBLIOGRAPHY
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Brokensha, H., Taylor, A. and Barnes, T. 2017, 'Changing Australia’s Age Pension Qualification Age: Modelling Differential Effects by Race', Population Research and Policy Review, vol, 36, No. 2, pp. 203-229.
Peucker, M. 2016, 'Muslims in Australia and Germany: Demographics, Resources, Citizenship', Chapter in Muslim Citizenship in Liberal Democracies, pp. 59-113.
Quin, D. and Hemphil, S.A. 2014 'Students' Experience of School Suspension', Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 25 (1), CSIRO Publishing.
Reeve, R. and Bradford, W. 2014 'Aboriginal Disadvantage in Major Cities of New South Wales: Evidence for Holistic Policy Approaches', Australian Economic Review, vol. 47, issue, 2, pp. 199-217.
Stevens, M. and Paradies, Y. 2014 'Changes in exposure to ‘life stressors’ in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population, 2002 to 2008', BMC Public Health, vol. 14, article. 144.
Stevens M. & Young M. 2010, 'Independent correlates of reported gambling problems amongst Indigenous Australians', Social Indicators Research vol. 98, no. 1, pp. 147-66.
Stewart, G., Sara, G., Harris, M., Waghorn, S., Hall, A., Sivarajasingam, S., Gladman, B and Bryan Mowry. 2010, 'A brief measure of vocational activity and community participation: development and reliability of the Activity and Participation Questionnaire', Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 44, no. 3, pp. 258-266.
Stevens M. & Young M. 2009, 'Betting on the evidence: Reported gambling problems amongst the Indigenous population of the Northern Territory', Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, vol. 33. no. 6, pp. 556-65.
Temple, J. 2005, 'Older Australians as consumers: the role of selected demographic factors in explaining expenditure on necessities'. PhD Thesis, Graduate Program in Demography, Australian National University, Canberra.
Yusuf F., and Martins, J. 2005, 'Holiday taking behaviour and expenditure on holidays by the Australian households', Journal of Business Research.
Yusuf, F. and Eliezer, S. 2004, 'Internet shopping behaviour in Australia, 1999-2000', Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy, Wellington.