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Valuing the Single Life

Clare Payne
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30 April 2018

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9780522872552

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Melbourne University Press

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Valuing the Single Life

Clare Payne
'A quarter of all Australian households are now lone person households .'

Australian Institute of Family Studies, March 2015 More adults are living alone than ever before. These single people are forging a new way of living good lives. They are contented and connected, yet remain subject to biases rooted in outdated ideas about the value of a life.

One gives insight to the once maligned and now increasingly chosen status of being single. It is a clarion call to politicians, business leaders and individuals, challenging us all to recognise the worth and standing of one.
'A quarter of all Australian households are now lone person households .'

Australian Institute of Family Studies, March 2015 More adults are living alone than ever before. These single people are forging a new way of living good lives. They are contented and connected, yet remain subject to biases rooted in outdated ideas about the value of a life.

One gives insight to the once maligned and now increasingly chosen status of being single. It is a clarion call to politicians, business leaders and individuals, challenging us all to recognise the worth and standing of one.

Clare Payne

Clare Payne

Clare Payne specialises in the field of ethics in business. She commenced her career as an employment lawyer and then managed the integrity office of a global investment bank. She initiated and is now a Director of The Banking and Finance Oath, a Hippocratic-type oath for those in finance. Clare is a Fellow of The Ethics Centre and an Ambassador for Tobacco Free Portfolios. Clare was awarded the Inaugural Ethics in Finance Prize by the Observatoire…

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