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The Australian Pro-Choice Movement and the Struggle for Legal Clarity, Liberal Laws and Liberal Access: Two Case Studies

In this chapter, written with Cait Calcutt (p. 41–70), Leslie analyses, and seeks to draw lessons for contemporary Australian pro-choice activists, of significant legislative changes to abortion laws in Western Australia and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) in 1998. The chapter is part of a larger collection undertaken in

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Declining Marriage Rates and Gender Inequity in Social Institutions: Towards an Adequately Complex Explanation for Childlessness

A recent newspaper report pitted McDonald’s and Birrell’s explanations for Australia’s below-replacement fertility against each other. In this article, Cannold presents data from qualitative research into the experience and understandings of 35 childless women aged 28 to 42. Childless women were best understood as those who were

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The Australian Pro-Choice Movement and the Struggle for Legal Clarity, Liberal Laws and Liberal Access

The Extended Australian Report of the “The Johannesburg Initiative”Full Report Australia, the Johannesburg Initiative, Unpublished November 2000A condensed version of this report was published in (2001) “The Australian Pro-Choice Movement and the Struggle for Legal Clarity, Liberal Laws and Liberal Access: Two case studies in B. Klugman and D.