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Where Are the Working-class Characters on Today’s Australian TV?, Sarah Attfield , 2017 single work criticism essay
'What do the recent mini-series Hoges, about the life of Paul Hogan, and the Fair Work Commission ruling regarding reducing Sunday penalty rates for some workers have in common? Not much maybe on the surface, but both events made me think about how often Australian television audiences see working-class characters on screen.'

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