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Gambling participation in Australia: findings from the national Household Expenditure Survey
Regression modeling is used to predict gambling patterns in Australia on the basis of the unit record files underlying the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ Household Expenditure Survey of 6,892Expand
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Lucerne reduces soil moisture and increases livestock production in an area of high groundwater recharge potential
Summary. A grazing experiment was conducted on an area with high groundwater recharge potential in northeastern Victoria from 1988 to 1992. Merino wether weaners were grazed on either lucerneExpand
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The Romance of the American Theatre
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The Australian Parliament: A Gendered Organisation
This study, drawing on interviews with 13 male and 15 female members of the Australian parliament, has two aims. The first is to contribute to knowledge about the nature of the Australian parliament,Expand
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Gambling as a Base for Hypothecated Taxation: The UK's National Lottery and Electronic Gaming Machines in Australia
Gambling is now a large revenue source for many governments due to its ease of implementation, popular appeal and the high real tax rate it can bear (up to 40%). It is often promoted by spending onExpand
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Socioeconomic And Demographic Determinants Of Household Gambling In Australia
Regression modelling is used to predict gambling patterns in Australia on the basis of the unit record files underlying the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ Household Expenditure Survey of 6,892Expand
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Setting Standards in Occupational Therapy
  • M. Crawford
  • Medicine
  • Health services management
  • 1 August 1989
Setting standards is an integral part of a quality assurance programme. This article outlines the process used within the occupational therapy service of Fife Health Board to define standards ofExpand
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Socioeconoic and demographic determinants of household gambling in Australia. Discussion Paper No. 156
Regression modelling is used to predict gambling patterns in Australia on the basis of the unit record files underlying the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ Household Expenditure Survey of 6,892Expand
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