In this UTAS Open Day public lecture, Dr Anne Coleman introduces us to the School of Sociology and Social Work, explores some of the areas that can be studied within the School, and elaborates on her personal area of expertise in homelessness. This lecture is presented by the UTAS Faculty of Arts.
Homelessness: perceptions and misconceptions
Helping people to address the issues they themselves have identified
Respect for the individual
Do multinationals pay a fair tax rate in Australia?
Making sure that everyone has equal opportunity
Do people get a fair chance?
How far can you go without a good start in life?
Australia as a prosperous nation, and the divisions of society
Bridging the class gap and making Australia a ‘just’ country
Respect for others opinions
105,000 approx homeless people in Australia
Different levels of homelessness
Primary homelessness –
Secondary homelessness –
Tertiary Homelessness –
Untenable environments which create homelessness in unusual areas of the community
Important traits in dealing with homeless people
Research to make social changes
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2 February, 2012