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Mateship might sound blokey, but our research shows women value it more highly than men

By Naama Carlin, Lecturer, UNSW
Amanda Laugesen, Director, Australian National Dictionary Centre, Australian National University
Benjamin T. Jones, Senior Lecturer in History, CQUniversity Australia
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Although mateship is largely seen as a positive feature of Australian life, defining it is difficult and attempts to politicise it are generally frowned upon.

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