Academy Papers

Social Science Research & Intelligence in Australia

The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia has been commissioned by the Australian Office of National Intelligence, on behalf of the National Intelligence Community, to prepare an analysis of the United States National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Decadal Survey of the Social and Behavioral Sciences: A Research Agenda for Advancing Intelligence Analysis. […]

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The Social Sciences Shape the Nation

This volume seeks to provide a response to the question “Just what is it that the social sciences do?” The social sciences are a group of like-minded academic disciplines that share the common instincts of understanding the human behaviour of individuals, their wider social groupings and networks, and the institutions they have contrived to govern […]

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Academy Papers 5/2016 – Trapped in the gap- Paul Bourke Lecture 2015

The 2015 Paul Bourke Lecture by Associate Professor Emma Kowal has now been published as an Academy Paper. Since the early 1970s, thousands of white, middle-class, progressive professionals have been moved by the plight of Indigenous communities and sought out work in Indigenous affairs. Emma Kowal became one of them when she moved from Melbourne […]

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Academy Papers 4/2016- Trusted Access Model

This Academy Paper is the outcome of two policy Roundtables convened by the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia in conjunction with the Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (March 2015) and the Australian Bureau of Statistics and the Department of Social Services (November 2015).

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Jubilee Fellows 2014

The Executive Committee of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, together with the entire Fellowship, join us in extending the honour of Jubilee Fellowship to two Fellows, Emeritus Professor Ronald Taft and Emeritus Professor John Legge, who were elected to the Academy in 1964.

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Academy Papers 3/2013- Much confusion about inclusion in Australia’s largest education system

Over the last three decades, growing international recognition of the right of students with a disability to attend their local school has prompted change in the formation of education policies, schooling structures and pedagogical practice. Inclusion, as the movement has become known, has since been taken up and developed to different degrees in different regions and to differing degrees […]

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