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By Waghorne, James; Darian-Smith, Kate
Examines how the technical and conceptual advances that occurred during World War I transformed Australian society. It traces the evolving role of universities and their graduates in the 1920s and 1930s, the increasing government validation of research, the expansion of the publi...c service, and the rise of modern professional associations and international networks.Read more
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By Croucher, Gwilym; Waghorne, James
The first comprehensive history of Australia's university sector, this book explores how universities work and for whom, and how their relationship with each other, their academics and students and the public has evolved over a century.
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By Stuart Waghorne, James Waghorne and; Waghorne, James
Civil liberties are central to the freedoms that Australians value. They affirm the rights of all to protection from arbitrary authority and enable minorities to flourish; but they have also frequently been disputed. From arguments over censorship in the 1930s to present - day de...bates on mandatory sentencing, the concept of civil liberties - and...Read more
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