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Eleanor Mary Hinder, an Australian woman"s social welfare work in China between the wars
|Statement||[by] Frances Wheelhouse.|
|LC Classifications||HV28.H56 W47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 96 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||79321184|
Australian social work lacks a reading of its history that places it within the social reforms and movements of the 19th and early 20th centuries, unlike histories of American and British social work. The effect of this has been to ignore social activists, particularly women who pre-date professional social work and religious women, in the few social welfare histories written about Australia. Historically, Australia’s social structure contributed to significant differences in opportunity and outcome between the genders, resulting in prejudice and discrimination against more women than men over time. Whilst there are far fewer examples of overt gender-based discrimination in Australia, the progress towards true substantive gender equality has clearly stalled.
Review of Australia’s Welfare System. The Australian Government released the Final Report into the review of Australia’s welfare system, A New System for Better Employment and Social Outcomes on 25 February The review’s purpose has been to identify how to make Australia’s welfare system fairer, more effective, coherent and sustainable and encourage people to work. Amy Wheaton was the founder of the first social work course in South Australia, highly regarded for her intellect and much loved by the local social work profession. She gained her Masters from the University of Adelaide in and Bachelor of Science (Economics) from the London School of .
Australia gives out social welfare payments to ensure more equal dispersion of wealth and to assist the lower socio-economic population. In many people’s view in Australia it is the government’s responsibility to look after the less well off, whereas in other countries, for example China, people might rely on their immediate family, for. Most households got welfare for between one and three years. In other words, the social safety net caught them a few times – but they didn’t laze around in it. But remember, that’s only a
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When Farmer's financed an overseas study tour for her inEleanor Hinder went first to Shanghai, China, which recently had experienced serious industrial troubles, on the personal invitation of the international industrial secretary of the Y.W.C.A., Mary Dingman, who thought her 'the most intelligent and ablest young woman met in Australia'.
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Panel 9: ‗New women‘ and higher education: transnational perspectives and global political contexts Panel Modernity, work and social welfare THEME: RESISTANT SUBJECTIVITIES Panel 1: Eleanor Hinder and the East: An Australian internationalist and activists in interwar China and Japan Panel 2: Racial and gender justice.
Eleanor Mary Hinder - an Australian woman's social welfare work in China between the wars. Wentworth Books, Sydney NSW. Whitehouse RP (Edit.). The Magpie - Magazine of Maitland Boys High School. Special Jubilee Number, vol XIX, November Williams G ().
Social activists were systematically ignored and written out of the few social welfare and social work histories about Australia (McMahon, ; Mendes, ). It may well be that this was also. Federation and Nationhood.
By Federation inwomen were established leaders in a range of organisations, especially in social welfare. Responding to the limited welfare provision of 19th-century colonial governments, women were active in the area of public health, serving on the committees of major public hospitals and in children's welfare organisations, where they made a significant.
“I retired in to stay home and look after my husband,” Jentner, 64, tells Guardian Australia. “I’ve worked nearly 45 years of my life, and there’s no way I wanted to go back to work. This was also the message of Eleanor Hinder, an Australian social worker based at the YWCA in Shanghai, who was instrumental in publicising the exploitation of women and girls who worked in the new and often British factories and in organising the Pan-Pacific Women's.
Published literature on Australian rural social work and social welfare has recently started to become available. For the most part, this has concerned specific issues, target groups, communities and regions. The present paper addresses four broader questions.
How does Australian society influence rural life. What are some of the important parameters of rural Australia. Textbook for tertiary students which provides documentary sources as well as commentaries from academics in the field to outline the historical development of the Australian welfare state.
Suitable for introductory courses in social welfare, politics, sociology and public policy. The material is presented in five parts including: policies for the employed in the last century, the struggle of Reviews: 1.
The early s saw a successful push for the vote through a coalition of suffragists, temperance groups, reform-minded politicians, and women’s social-welfare organizations. Although Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton devoted 50 years to the woman’s suffrage movement, neither lived to see women gain the right to vote.
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List of issues Latest articles Partial Access; Volume 73 Volume 72 Volume 71 Volume 70 Eleanor Mary Hinder, an Australian woman's social welfare work in China between the wars Jan 1, by Frances Wheelhouse Paperback. Between andthe role of the social worker was significant due to the impact of the Stolen Generation on Australian society.
The Stolen Generation was a dark period in the Australian history where many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children were often taken without consent from their homes and families by the government. "Australia's Welfare Wars questions many of the values and assumptions that underpin contemporary social welfare policies.
In particular, it critically examines the neoliberal or economic rationalist ideas currently dominating the welfare debates both in Australia and internationally, and demonstrates and reaffirms the ongoing relevance of social-democratic and welfare-state ideals.".Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Frances Wheelhouse books online.
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31 Dec Paperback. unavailable. Try. OECD figures show the employment rate of women in Australia aged between 25 and 54 years, at %, is in the lower third of OECD countries. For .