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The OR operator

  • The OR operator is the default (assumed) operator. So, if you do not enter a Boolean operator between two terms, the OR operator will be used.
  • The OR operator links two search terms and finds matching resources if either of the terms exist in their title, summary, keywords, and listed publisher and/or author. For example, both of these searches will return the same result:

    "service management" leadership

    "service management" OR leadership

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The AND operator matches items where both terms exist in their title, summary, keywords, and listed publisher and/or author. For example, the following will start a search for things on the Hub that contain "assessment" as well as "rating":

"assessment" AND "rating"

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7 November 2019

Internet use and electronic gaming by children and adolescents with emotional and behavioural problems in Australia – results from the second Child and Adolescent Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing

This research used data from the Australian Child and Adolescent Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing to investigate the prevalence of online activity and its impact on mental health disorders and risk taking behaviour. Levels of Internet use (98.9 %) and electronic gaming (85.3 %) were high, and 3.9 % of young people reporting problem behaviour. The proportion of girls with very high levels of psychological distress and problem behaviour (41.8 %) was twice that for boys (19.4 %).

7 November 2019

Extent of, and children and young people’s exposure to, gambling advertising in sport and non-sport TV

This research examined the extent that children and young people are exposed to gambling advertising on television to assess the  effectiveness of the Commercial Television Industry Code of Practice in protecting children and young people from exposure to gambling advertising.

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