Contractualism, exclusion and 'madness' in Australia's 'outsourced wastelands'
Crowley-Cyr, Lynda (2005) Contractualism, exclusion and 'madness' in Australia's 'outsourced wastelands'. Macquarie Law Journal, 5 . pp. 81-102.
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[Extract] Australia has an appalling history of mismanagement of welfare issues relating to people detained in its immigration centres. How is this possible in the ‘lucky country’ where Australians pride themselves on mateship and giving everyone ‘a fair go’? Theories of contemporary contractualism1 offer one possible explanation.
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