Download the LATEST issue in full of Australian Social Trends March 2012 or see the individual articles below.
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|Life on 'Struggle Street': Australians in low economic resource households|
This article looks at the characteristics of people in households with both relatively low income and relatively low wealth.
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Duration: 10:09 min, filesize: 4.5MB,
updated monthly, download transcript |Life after Homelessness|
This article presents a comparison of people who have been homeless in the last 10 years with those who have never been homeless.
|Love Me Do|
This article examines the trends in marriage, de facto relationships and divorce over the last twenty years.
|Disability and Work|
This article looks at the characteristics of working-age people with disability and their involvement in the labour force.
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