Judith Taylor

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Acknowledgements Grateful thanks are expressed to the many reviewers of these guidelines. These included leading international experts in thyroid cancer, hospital specialists, and general practitioners. They devoted much time and care to considering the document and their recommendations and suggestions for improvements were most valuable. Special thanks to(More)
"This paper compares population counts and age distributions from the last two Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) enumerations of the Aboriginal population of Aurukun, Cape York Peninsula, with the results of detailed ethnographic surveys of the same population at similar points in time. This reveals substantially lower numbers for the ABS counts,(More)
  • Judith Taylor
  • Journal of the Australian Population Association
  • 1997
"Increased public policy focus on indigenous Australians over the past 30 years has resulted in a substantial expansion of demographic analysis over the same period. This paper reviews these efforts and summarizes the main topics, findings and debates. The accumulated evidence points to both demographic change and continuity. Change: in that mortality has(More)
This article reports the development and evaluation of a physician-parent communication skills training program designed to improve communication regarding antibiotic prescribing for children. Four pediatricians and 81 parents participated in the study, which involved audiotaping "sick child" office visits and then coding transcripts for evidence of program(More)
  • Judith Taylor
  • Canadian review of sociology = Revue canadienne…
  • 2009
While the North American women's movement is most known for its efforts to transform social relations between women and men, its adherents have also focused on remaking relations among women. Using an innovative data source, social movement memoir, this paper indicates the depth of disappointment feminists cause one another. Memoirists dispute notions found(More)
  • Judith Taylor
  • Journal of the Australian Population Association
  • 1990
"This paper outlines some of the methodological and conceptual issues associated with the estimation of Aboriginal population change in the rapidly growing town of Katherine, in the Northern Territory [of Australia], and reports on selected social and economic impacts of recent in-migration. Attention is drawn to the inappropriateness of de facto(More)
  • Judith Taylor
  • Journal of the Australian Population Association
  • 1993
"Given the crucial role played by census data in informing economic and social policies directed at the Aboriginal population in remote areas, some assessment of the quality of remote area data is required as these are derived from enumeration procedures which differ fundamentally from the standard approach employed in the census. This paper discusses the(More)
  • Judith Taylor
  • Journal of the Australian Population Association
  • 1992
"Despite the potential for government employment policies both to encourage and preclude migration among the Aboriginal workforce, little is known about the impacts of such policies. This paper seeks to construct a base line for identifying these impacts by establishing the spatial structure of labour migration among the Aboriginal and Torres Strait(More)
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