Marginalised Australians: Characteristics and Predictors of Exit Over Ten Years 2001-10
|dc.identifier.citation||Cruwys, T. and Berry, H. and Cassells, R. and Duncan, A. and O'Brien, L. and Sage, B. and D'Souza, G. 2013. Marginalised Australians: Characteristics and Predictors of Exit Over Ten Years 2001-10. University of Canberra, Australia.|
A decade ago a group of ‘Marginalised’ Australians were identified; individuals who are characterised by a complex mix of financial, social, and mental health disadvantage. This project has followed up these individuals ten years later, and found that a majority have managed to escape from marginalisation. It is important to tell these people’s stories in order to identify the protective factors that predict exit from such a disadvantaged state, and subsequently learn how policy might further support vulnerable Canberrans.
|dc.publisher||University of Canberra|
|dc.title||Marginalised Australians: Characteristics and Predictors of Exit Over Ten Years 2001-10|
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