The Resource Developing paradigms and discourses to establish more appropriate evaluation frameworks and indicators for housing programs : final report, authored by Roz Walker, John Ballard and Cheryle Taylor, (electronic resource)

Developing paradigms and discourses to establish more appropriate evaluation frameworks and indicators for housing programs : final report, authored by Roz Walker, John Ballard and Cheryle Taylor, (electronic resource)

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Developing paradigms and discourses to establish more appropriate evaluation frameworks and indicators for housing programs : final report
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Developing paradigms and discourses to establish more appropriate evaluation frameworks and indicators for housing programs
Title remainder
final report
Statement of responsibility
authored by Roz Walker, John Ballard and Cheryle Taylor
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Language
eng
Summary
"Housing affordability for low to moderate income households declined in Australia during the 1990s, especially in the private rental sector. This occurred in spite of generally buoyant general economic conditions and historically low nominal interest rates. In an increasingly integrated world, large-scale economic restructuring of the Australian economy, led to rising economic inequality and greater insecurity, particularly in the labour market. Rising housing prices and rents concentrated in the inner and middle suburbs of the capital cities intensified housing stress i.e. housing related financial hardship for lower income households. For many households locked into the lower half or two-fifths of the income distribution, average housing prices and rents increased faster than disposable incomes. The progressive decline in the stock of low cost rental dwellings further intensified the housing and related problems faced by this section of the population." p. iv
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NSL
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Walker, Roz
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no index present
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non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Ballard, John
  • Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Evaluation
  • Communication in community development
  • Negotiation
  • Home ownership
  • Welfare recipients
  • Low-income housing
  • Public housing
  • Housing policy
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Developing paradigms and discourses to establish more appropriate evaluation frameworks and indicators for housing programs : final report, authored by Roz Walker, John Ballard and Cheryle Taylor, (electronic resource)
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  • Title from title page of electronic document (viewed 9/6/11)
  • "January 2003"
  • Includes Appendices
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unknown
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 52-55
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Contents
Introduction: research aims and context; Review of Australia's policy context; Review of the Indigenous principles framework; Reviewing the issues surrounding indicators; Applying our framework to existing programs; Summary of findings and future policy implications
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000025102338
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1 volume
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(OCoLC)223706570
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Label
Developing paradigms and discourses to establish more appropriate evaluation frameworks and indicators for housing programs : final report, authored by Roz Walker, John Ballard and Cheryle Taylor, (electronic resource)
Link
Publication
Note
  • Title from title page of electronic document (viewed 9/6/11)
  • "January 2003"
  • Includes Appendices
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 52-55
Color
one color
Contents
Introduction: research aims and context; Review of Australia's policy context; Review of the Indigenous principles framework; Reviewing the issues surrounding indicators; Applying our framework to existing programs; Summary of findings and future policy implications
Control code
000025102338
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 volume
File format
unknown
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)223706570
System details
System requirements: Reader required to view pdf document

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