By Ruth Fincher, Peter Saunders
A brand new state of mind in regards to the nature of, and strategies to, modern poverty, drawback and inequality in Australia.
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Language also conveys the moral messages of policy. It is a potent weapon in invoking how things ought to be. It is moulded to deliver precise meanings in particular political contexts, and governments, 26 PDF OUTPUT c: ALLEN & UNWIN r: DP2\BP4401W\MAIN p: (02) 6232 5991 f: (02) 6232 4995 36 DAGLISH STREET CURTIN ACT 2605 26 THE COMPLEX CONTEXTS OF AUSTRALIAN INEQUALITY businesses and community agencies try to use it to advantage, especially in the media. Achieving political and policy change always requires the strategic use of language.
In which they occur and the processes that drive them. This form of explanation of our situation is intended to be the springboard for discussion of interventions that might improve things by decreasing the extent of poverty and inequality and reducing the disadvantage suffered by some people. There is a wide range of processes generating the distribution of resources among Australians. Not all of them are global in their source, though few are not entwined with the implications of our participation in the changing global economy in some way.