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Assessment One - An Outline of a Data Journalism Story

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The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare data shows the number of women over 55 accessing support for homelessness is increasing at a faster rate than it is for men. As these women age, work opportunities slow and they find themselves unable to afford a property of their own. So, they resort to house sitting, couch surfing or living in cars etc. Mark received: Distinction.

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Distribution of wealth Homelessness Housing Humanitarian aid Poverty Socioeconomics Street performance Structure Economy Homelessness in the United States Homelessness in Australia
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Distribution of wealth Homelessness Housing Humanitarian aid Poverty Socioeconomics Street performance Structure Economy Homelessness in the United States Homelessness in Australia
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The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare data shows the number of women over 55 accessing support for homelessness is increasing at a faster rate than it is for men. As these women age, work opportunities slow and they find themselves unable to afford a property of their own. So, they resort to house sitting, couch surfing or living in cars etc. Who will you interview to tell the story and give context and a human face to the story A 73-year-old woman who separated from her husband and has been renting since. She can’t afford private rent on the pension and must live in an old campervan. (SBS, 2017) A 66-year-old woman who house-sits and couch-surfs for the past five years because she can’t afford private rent. She’s desperate for affordable housing solutions for women in her age group. (SBS, 2017) What is compelling for rea...
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