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In-text: (Abramovitz, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Abramovitz, M., 2001. Everyone Is Still on Welfare: The Role of Redistribution in Social Policy. Social Work, 46(4), pp.297-308.
In-text: (Australian Federal Government Treasury, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Australian Federal Government Treasury, 2014. Budget 2014-15 Overview. Canberra: Creative Commons, pp.1-36.
In-text: (Garner, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Garner, B., 2014. Lifters and leaners: why the idea of equality of opportunity is a big con. The Age,.
In-text: (Hockey, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Hockey, J., 2012. The End of the Age of Entitlement, Address to the Institute of Economic Affairs London. [online] Joe Hockey MP Official Website. Available at: <http://www.joehockey.com/media-files/speeches/ContentPieces/100/download.pdf> [Accessed 8 March 2015].
In-text: (Pierson and Castles, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Pierson, C. and Castles, F., 2006. The welfare state reader. Cambridge: Polity.
In-text: (Pusey, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Pusey, M., 2010. 25 Years of Neo-Liberalism in Australia. Goodbye to All That?, pp.125-144.
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