Rights Where Art Thou? Exploring the Meaning of “Voluntary” in Mental Health Services

Simon Katterl argues that the creation of Mental Health Acts have adverse and unintended impacts on voluntary users of services. Rather than utilize services freely, consumers are governed in lawless spaces, without rights, protections and restrictions on clinical power.

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The Commandments of Islam – A Qur’anic Summary

Dr. Simon Leitch explains what is inside of his new book “The Commandments of Islam: A Qur’anic Summary” . In his view, the Qur’an is one of the most important and controversial books ever written, yet the vast majority of people have never read it. Through his new book, Dr. Letich tries to understand is Quran the work of a dangerous radical, a divine message from the God of Abraham, or a liberal and peaceful doctrine worthy of all humanity?

Apple, Surveillence Technology, and the Police State

Jon Kofas argues that Apple’s rejection of a court order to provide a code to unlock its phones is a cynical ploy to maintain its technological secrets and market share. It is not about privacy. Apple is well-known for its data mining and has been working with governments to intercept private communications for a long time, but this is the first time that the government’s request will potentially affect Apple’s market share.

Japan, China, and the Future of Capitalism

Dr. Simon Leitch argues that Japan is once again in recession, and policymakers are aware that one of the fundamental problems facing the Japanese economy is demographic. On that front, Japan is not alone. In fact, the economic consequences of demographics is one of the most important issues of our time, yet the choices handed to us by policymakers and economists have traditionally been reduced to a terrible binary – countries must either infinitely grow their populations or face recession.

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Good Bye and Thank You!

Alochonaa’s journey ends here and now!

The blog is not in operation anymore. We thank  all the editors, contributors, newspapers and media  who republished our content and helped us grow. We are proud of our achievement. What started as an experiment by few PhD students at Griffith University, Australia, turned out to be a source of reference for many academic articles and books.

Even though we are finishing our journey, we will still maintain the site for educational purpose.

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