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|Longitudinal Study:||HILDA||Title:||A Compendium of Social Inclusion Indicators||Authors:||Stanley, F
|Institution:||Australian Social Inclusion Board Publications||Publication Date:||May-2009||Pages:||111||Keywords:||Relationships
|Abstract:||An emphasis has been placed on the social consequences of being in a deprived situation,especially the alienation or disenfranchisement of people caught in poor circumstances.2 Income has continued to be an important consideration but it is argued that focusing on it alone can overstate the role of earnings in determining quality of life. Social exclusion focuses more on social relations and ‘… the extent to which people are able to participate in social affairs and attain power to influence decisions that affect them.||URL:||http://www.socialinclusion.gov.au/sites/www.socialinclusion.gov.au/files/publications/pdf/compendium-of-si-indicators.pdf||ISBN:||9.78E+12||Research collection:||Reports and technical papers|
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