Talking about Sydney: Population, Community and Culture in Contemporary Sydney
Robert Freestone, Caroline Butler-Bowdon, Bill Randolph, W. Randolph
UNSW Press, 2006 - History - 227 pages
A focus on three critical and interrelated issues: population growth and change, community development, and cultural innovation. The book brings together stakeholders from across the spectrum—leading public intellectuals, commentators, practitioners and academics—in a lively exchange of views that cannot be ignored. All contributors share an interest in understanding Sydney and making it a better place to live and work. They include Elizabeth Farrelly (Sydney Morning Herald) and Bernard Salt (The Australian).
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