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Rural and remote callers: : similar issues but fewer supports

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Rural and remote callers: : similar issues but fewer supports
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Rural and remote callers:
Title remainder
similar issues but fewer supports
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Language
eng
Summary
Analyses calls to Kids Help Line in the last three years and categorises them into the top ten problems from metropolitan and rural/remote regions; majority of callers are Anglo-Australian, however Indigenous Australians have the second highest proportion of calls from regional areas, and Australians from a non-English speaking background make up the second highest proportion of calls from metropolitan areas
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non fiction
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Kids Help Line
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Rural and remote callers: : similar issues but fewer supports
Link
http://www.kidshelp.com.au/template/newsletterList.aspx?s=157&p=109&r=2&b=1
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Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography p. 504
Label
Rural and remote callers: : similar issues but fewer supports
Link
http://www.kidshelp.com.au/template/newsletterList.aspx?s=157&p=109&r=2&b=1
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography p. 504

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