10:00am 29th November 2015 :: Think: Health

First up on Think: Health this week we take a look at smoking in disadvantaged communities. On a whole population level, Australia’s smoking levels are very low, however in small pockets of the community smoking rates are disturbingly high. We find out why, and how these levels can be reduced.

Next, we don’t call car theft “auto sharing”, but we call rape with children “sex with children.” We look into how langauge can change the way we view interpersonal violence.

Finally, it can be difficult to move countries, where you don’t speak the languageĀ and your job qualifications aren’t recognised. We find out how this affects Iranian migrants across the globe.

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