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Edited by Gillian Bottomley, Marie de Lepervanche and Jeannie Martin
Do writings about ethnicity, class and gender form a 'holy trinity' or challenge previous unidimensional analyses? Intersexions aims to understand the processes by which relations of power are maintained, reproduced and resisted. It also examines modes of representation within areas such as social theory, feminism, and development theory.
Edited by Terry Threadgold and Anne Cranny-Francis
Feminine/Masculine and Representation examines important debates about gender and sexuality, representation and cultural politics, and provides an introduction to some of the fundamental issues of gender studies, critical theory and cultural studies.
Bureaucrats, Technocrats, Femocrats contests some of the fundamental features of the contemporary State as it is manifested in Australia and makes a major contribution to a critical tradition of writing and analysis in public administration.
Edited by Jonathan Kelley and Clive Bean
Australian Attitudes presents a set of analyses from the National Social Science Survey which explore a wide range of interesting questions about the attitudes, values and behaviour of the Australian public.
Edited by Gillian Bottomley and Marie de Lepervanche
Ethnicity, Class and Gender in Australia is a major study of the impact of immigration on Australian society, and of the fragmentation that has developed along ethnic, class and gender lines.
Edited by Graeme Davison, David Dunstan and Chris McConville
Behind the glittering image of 'Marvellous Melbourne' there existed in the popular imagination another, very different, picture of the colonial metropolis. This was the city of 'low life', of crowded slums, poverty, disease and vice. The nine essays in The Outcasts of Melbourne attempt to reveal the social realities behind this picture.