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Shelley Bielefeld
Shelley Bielefeld
Faculty of Business, Government and Law, University of Canberra
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Compulsory income management and indigenous Australians: Delivering social justice or furthering colonial domination?
S Bielefeld
TheUNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES LAW JOURNAL 35 (2), 522-562, 2012
552012
Compulsory income management and Indigenous peoples-exploring counter narratives amidst colonial constructions of vulnerability
S Bielefeld
Sydney L. Rev. 36, 695, 2014
472014
Government mythology on income management, alcohol, addiction and Indigenous communities
S Bielefeld
Critical Social Policy 38 (4), 749-770, 2018
342018
Hidden costs: An independent study into income management in Australia
G Marston, P Mendes, S Bielefeld, M Peterie, Z Staines, S Roche
The University of Queensland, 2020
312020
‘Cashless Welfare Transfers for “Vulnerable” Welfare Recipients – Law, Ethics and Vulnerability’
S Bielefeld
Feminist Legal Studies 26 (1), 1-23 https://doi.org/10.1007/s10691-018-, 2018
31*2018
Tensions and contradictions in Australian social policy reform: compulsory income management and the National Disability Insurance Scheme
G Marston, S Cowling, S Bielefeld
Australian Journal of Social Issues 51 (4), 399-417, 2016
312016
Compulsory income management, indigenous peoples and structural violence-implications for citizenship and autonomy
S Bielefeld
Australian Indigenous Law Review 18 (1), 99-118, 2014
312014
Neoliberalism and the return of the guardian state: Micromanaging Indigenous peoples in a new chapter of colonial governance
S Bielefeld
Engaging Indigenous Economy: Debating Diverse Approaches (Australian …, 2016
272016
Income management and Indigenous peoples: nudged into a Stronger Future?
S Bielefeld
Griffith Law Review 23 (2), 285-317, 2014
262014
Compulsory income management: Combatting or compounding the underlying causes of homelessness?
M Peterie, S Bielefeld, G Marston, P Mendes, L Humpage
Australian Journal of Social Issues 55 (1), 61-72, 2020
232020
Directors’ duties to the company and minority shareholder environmental activism
S Bielefeld, S Higginson, J Jackson, A Ricketts
Company and Securities Law Journal, 28-49, 2004
22*2004
Income management and indigenous women: A new chapter of patriarchal colonial governance?
S Bielefeld
University of New South Wales Law Journal, The 39 (2), 843-878, 2016
202016
Indigenous peoples, neoliberalism and the state: A retreat from rights to ‘responsibilisation’ via the cashless welfare card
S Bielefeld
The Neoliberal State, Recognition and Indigenous rights: New paternalism to …, 2018
182018
Examining the consequences of welfare conditionality: A case study of compulsory income management in the regional community of Ceduna, Australia
S Roche, P Mendes, G Marston, S Bielefeld, M Peterie, Z Staines, ...
Social Policy and Society 21 (3), 369-384, 2022
142022
Administrative burden and the Cashless Debit Card: Stripping time, autonomy, and dignity from social security recipients
S Bielefeld
Australian Journal of Public Administration 80 (4), 891-911, 2021
142021
Governing poverty: Compulsory income management and crime in Australia
Z Staines, G Marston, S Bielefeld, L Humpage, P Mendes, M Peterie
Critical Criminology 29, 745-761, 2021
142021
History wars and stronger futures laws: A stronger future or perpetuating past paternalism?
S Bielefeld
Alternative Law Journal 39 (1), 15-18, 2014
132014
Australia's First Peoples–Still struggling for protection against racial discrimination
S Bielefeld, J Altman
Perspectives on the Racial Discrimination Act: Papers from the 40, 196-206, 2015
122015
Financialization and welfare surveillance: regulating the poor in technological times
S Bielefeld, J Harb, K Henne
Surveillance & Society 19 (3), 299-316, 2021
92021
Income Management and Intersectionality: Analysing Compulsory Income Management through the Lenses of Critical Race Theory and Disability Studies (Discrit)
S Bielefeld, F Beaupert
Sydney L. Rev. 41, 327, 2019
92019
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