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Within Australia the adoption of the social inclusion framework in social policy has been slow (Bradshaw 2003). The framework has had some impact on the national welfare reform agenda, but has not generated the fundamental rethinking about social disadvantage that has occurred in the UK and Europe (Saunders 2002). The Australian policy and research communities have been somewhat sceptical of the concept. Whiteford (2001), for example, says that the traditionally dominant income measurement approach to poverty should not be discarded lightly.