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Australia: Identity, Fear and Governance in the 21st Century

List of Tables

Table 2.1

Attitudes Towards Aboriginal Issues

Table 2.2

OLS Regression Variable Description and Coefficients Predicting ‘Attitudes to Aboriginal Issues’ Scores

Table 2.3

Social Distance Scenario Attitudes

Table 2.4

OLS Regression Variable Description and Coefficients Predicting ‘Attitudes to Aboriginal Issues’ Scores

Table 3.1

Australian Engagement with Asian Cultures, AuSSA 2007

Table 3.2

Factor Analysis of Australian Engagement with Asian Cultures

Table 3.3

Effects of Background Experiences on Engagement with Asia (OLS estimates), AuSSA 2007

Table 4.1

Social Distance Preferences for Selected Religious Groups: Anglicans, Catholics, United, Presbyterians

Table 4.2

Anglicans, Catholics, United, Presbyterians: Mean social distances for religious groups

Table 4.3

Catholics, Anglicans, Uniting and Presbyterians: One-way ANOVA—respondents’ religions by social distance from select religions

Table 5.1

Ratings of Size of Problem of a Range of Incivilities in Local Area

Table 5.2

Percentage of Population Worried about Being the Victim of a Range of Crimes

Table 5.3

Correlations between Perceptions of Incivilities and Fear of Crime by Gender

Table 5.4

Unstandardised (B) and Standardised (β) Regression Coefficients, and Squared Semi-Partial Correlations (sr2) for Each Predictor Variable on Each Step of a Hierarchical Multiple Regression Predicting Fear of Physical Crime

Table 5.5

Unstandardised (B) and Standardised (β) Regression Coefficients, and Squared Semi-Partial Correlations (sr2) for Each Predictor Variable on Each Step of a Hierarchical Multiple Regression Predicting Fear of Identity-Related Crime

Table 6.1

Likelihood of a Terrorist Attack

Table 6.2

Concern about Terrorism and Socioeconomic Status

Table 6.3

Support for Measures to Counter Terrorism

Table 6.4

Support for Extending Legal Measures to Counter Terrorism

Table 6.5

Concern about Terrorism and Methods to Reduce the Threat

Table 7.1

Perceptions of Corruption in Australian Politics, 2007

Table 7.2

Perceptions of Fair Dealing and Influence in Australian Politics, 2007

Table 7.3

Perceptions of Efficacy and Trust in Australian Politics, 2007

Table 7.4

Perceptions of Corruption by Socio-Demographic Characteristics

Table 7.5

Perceptions of Treatment from Public Officials by Socio-Demographic Characteristics

Table 7.6

Perceptions of Political Efficacy by Socio-Demographic Characteristics

Table 8.1

Social Spending and Taxation Trends in Australia, 1985–2005

Table 8.2

Fiscal Mood, 1987–2007

Table 8.3

Australian Spending Preferences by Policy Area, 1985–2007

Table 8.4

Australian Beliefs about the Role of Government, 1985–2007

Table A8.1

Country Groups

Table A8.2

Ratios for Figure 8.1

Table 9.1

Approval Scale for WorkChoices, Combined Results for Models

Table 9.2

Predicted Probabilities, Union and Age

Table 9.3

Predicted Probabilities, Union and Occupation

Table 9.4

Predicted Probabilities, Class and Union

Table 9.5

Predicted Probabilities, Class and Union

Table 9.6

Predicated Probabilities, Left–Right Scale and Union

Table 9.7

Predicted Probabilities, Voting and Union

Table 9.8

Predicted Probabilities, Voting and Left–Right Scale

Table A9.1

Results for Multinomial Logit Model: Structural model

Table A9.2

Results for Multinomial Logit Model: Political model

Table A9.3

Results for Multinomial Logit Model: Attitudinal model

Table 10.1

Methods Used in Job-Search Processes, AuSSA 2007

Table 10.2

Associations between Job-Search Methods and Demographic and Socioeconomic Characteristics, AuSSA 2007

Table 10.3

Network Resources Accessed by Job Searchers, AuSSA 2007

Table 10.4

Types of Social Ties Mobilised by Job Searchers, AuSSA 2007

Table 10.5

Association between Network Resources and Social Ties, AuSSA 2007

Table 10.6

Association between Job-Matching Status and Job-Search Methods, AuSSA 2007

Table 10.7

Binary Logistic Regression in Predicting Effects of Job-Search Methods on Job Match, AuSSA 2007

 


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