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Difference and exclusion at work in the club culture economy
This article explores the relationship between the construction of difference and the making of exclusion in the club culture economy. Based on ethnographic research in Manchester, it argues that theExpand
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CHALLENGING CURRENT POLICY RATIONALES OF REGIONALISING IMMIGRATION
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The Brotherhood's Social Barometer Challenges facing Australian youth
The Brotherhood of St Laurence is particularly concerned that Australia lacks agreed standards for action on social problems. We also see the need for social policies that respond to the changingExpand
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Racism, criminalization and the development of night-time economies: Two case studies in London and Manchester
Abstract Nightlife has historically been identified as a social problem. In the contemporary context, however, this perspective competes with the promotion of the ‘night-time economy’ as a source ofExpand
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Multiculturalism and Social Inclusion in Australia
The discussion in this paper is based on the Multiculturalism and Social Inclusion symposium, convened by The Australian Sociological Association’s (TASA) Migration Ethnicity and MulticulturalismExpand
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Why Is Labour Protection for Temporary Migrant Workers So Fraught? A Perspective from Australia
The 21st century has witnessed a growth in temporary labour migration programs. Such a development is surrounded by fierce controversy over the effects of such programs on temporary migrant workers,Expand
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Temporary migrant nurses in Australia: Sites and sources of precariousness
Temporary migrant workers are widely regarded as a precarious group of workers. This precariousness is often traced back to the sphere of employment, though recent research also points to theExpand
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Exploring economism in migration policy and research
Stating the need for immigration and pointing to its benefits for the receiving country is a known strategy in political discourse to encourage public support of increased immigration targets orExpand
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Becoming Australian: Migration, Settlement and Citizenship
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Dinitrosyl-dithiol-iron complexes, nitric oxide (NO) carriers in vivo, as potent inhibitors of human glutathione reductase and glutathione-S-transferase.
Human glutathione reductase (GR) and rat liver glutathione-S-transferases (GSTs) had been shown to be inhibited by the nitric oxide (NO) carrier S-nitroso-glutathione (GSNO). We have now extendedExpand
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