2003 Australian Social Trends goes rural and regional
The 2003 issue of Australian Social Trends features new information on social, demographic and labour market topics, with articles on Internet use, employee training, and crime and safety.
Australian Social Trends is one of the ABS' most popular annual publications. It reports annually on the nation's social conditions and well-being and the 2003 edition includes several topics relevant to regional and remote Australia.
All LEP member libraries will have received a print copy, as Australian Social Trends (cat. no. 4102.0) is on both the LEP Flagship List and the LEP Core List. Subscribers to the eLEP or AusStats web services will have had access to the full text of Australian Social Trends 2003 from the day of release on the ABS web site. Core List subscribers would have needed to wait until their print copy arrived in the mail.
The 2003 Australian Social Trends also features articles on topics related to population, family and community, health, education and training, work, economic resources and housing. The articles complement the up-to-date suite of national and state indicators on each of the main topics.