Journal Articles

Apparently we have human rights to health? Health and human rights frameworks of people with disabilities in Victoria

By Raelene West, Paul Ramcharan & Lee Ann Basser | The extent to which the human rights legislative framework impacts and enables the human right to health for people with disability in Victoria, Australia is contentious

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Conference Papers

Critical Friends: reflections on the ethics of the setting-up process of an Aboriginal Reference Group for an art-based exploratory research project with two Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

By Elinor Assoulin | The process of navigating ethical concerns - both formal and informal - when conducting research in Indigenous communities is now well-researched. Indeed, there is a rich literature that spans topics from formal ethical guidelines through to observations from Indigenous scholars on the historical damage caused by poorly designed research

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Journal Articles

Ngapartji Ngapartji: Finding Ethical Approaches to Research Involving Indigenous Peoples, Australian Perspectives

By Gina Louise Hawkes, David Pollock, Barry Judd, Peter Phipps and Elinor Assoulin | Through five personal vignettes, we share some of our research experiences where university ethics processes have resulted in neopaternalist, disrespectful, and therefore also unethical situations.

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Books

Youth and Substance Abuse

This book by Kat Daley provides a rare sociological explanation of youth substance abuse

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