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From the unexpected origins of mobile phones, microwave ovens and plastic packaging to the links between Barbie and US missile systems and why Niue, Polynesia is the phone-sex capital of the world, this is a fascinating examination of how much of modern life can be directly traced to one of three questionable aspects of human activity - war, porn, and the fast food industry.
WINNER OF THE 2011 WALKLEY BOOK AWARD Award-winning journalist Russell Skelton presents a devastatingly revealing portrait of Papunya, a Western Desert community that once showed such promise, now a community in severe crisis.
We know how dire the future looks. We know how little time we have left to act. Yet we continue to ignore the warnings. One of Australia's sharpest thinkers explores the reasons why and offers his vision of our new future.
Andrew Markus, James Jupp and Peter McDonald
How well is Australia handling immigration at a time of increased international and ethnic tensions? Australia's Immigration Revolution examines the social impact of the huge increase in Australia's immigration program over the past decade.