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    Autonomy In Australia

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    As Australia becomes closer economically and socially with the Asiatic region, ties with western countries are coming under scrutiny questioned. This growing concern has been perceived both within Australia and its’ neighbouring Asiatic countries. With questions as to where Australia’s true allegiance is invested. Historically Australia has always looked to larger countries for logistical and defence support; while looking to establish itself regionally as a dominant cultural and political leader. When it comes to looking for suitable allegiances, Australia has been seen to consistently look to align itself with larger yet distant countries. Those that can offer support while also ensuring autonomy. The United States (US) is seen to work well…

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    Neotectonics In Australia

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    Neotectonics in Australia. Abstract The cratons of the world that are located at a distance from plate boundaries are considered to be stable tectonically, but in real sense, they are subjected to regular disturbance that are less persistence and also of lesser magnitude than those that lies near plate boundaries, Nonetheless their manifestation can be seen in landscape. Neotectonics are post Miocene tectonic deformation on the earth surface. Its evidence takes expression in form of recent…

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    Brumbies In Australia

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    P1 The scientific name for the brumby is Equus caballus. They are strong horses that live in northern australia. The name brumbies came from james brumby who let his horses free rome. P2 brumbies have a lot of differences from normal horses, they also have a lot of similarities with normal horses. Brumbies are a similar size to normal horses and are usually brown but can be other colours as well like white and grey. Brumbies love to live in grasslands or shrublands that have a continuous flow…

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    Racism In Australia

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    The nature of multiculturalism in Australia encompasses the ethnic, cultural and linguistic diversity of the Australian society and actively pursues equality of opportunity for all Australians to participate in the life of the nation and the right to maintain ethnic and cultural heritages within the law and the political framework (Berman and Paradies, 2008). Despite this a plethora of research argues that Multiculturalism in Australia is hampered by concepts or ‘race’ and ‘racism’. The term…

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    Abandonment In Australia

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    Laws in Australia are often created to protect the country from perceived threats from outside of the nation. Australia as a nation has significantly grown in population, allies and fears. Australia’s population growth is mainly due to immigration after the Second World War affecting contemporary Australia. The nation was also able to build itself an image in the international community when Australia was able to have a say in its foreign policies and allies. With a growing population and…

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    Modernism In Australia

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    1. Modernism: Comparison Europe/Australia Europe was the frontier for Modernism in the art world, with the movement emerging mid nineteenth century from artists like 19th century painter Gustave Courbet . Modernism began during the Industrial Revolution, a period of rapid change in technology which profoundly affected social, economic and cultural life in Europe. Impressionism was most prominent around this time. Impressionism in Europe often depicted the beautiful architecture and used…

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    Assimilation In Australia

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    Assimilation in Australia had a significant impact on the Indigenous population for many generations, therefore, becoming a turning point in the history of Australia. And although the Australian Government presumed that through assimilation, Indigenous people would enjoy and encounter the same standards of living as the white European population, once they had adopted European customs, this was not the case for many Indigenous people who are known as the stolen generation. Regardless of…

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    Refugees In Australia

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    reflection of a wider problem in Australia that we need to wake up to: the crime of various types committed by refugees have been increasing at an alarming rate where about 20 cases of sexual assault occur every single day. Most refugees are not self-sufficient and have low levels of education, as such this forces the Australian government to spend tremendous amounts of money on medicare, tens of millions in funding on education and at the same time, our human resources are diminished. We are…

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    Spanish In Australia

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    Maintaining Spanish as a Heritage Language in Australia Stephanie Natolo, Griffith University, Australia Abstract: Heritage language maintenance in Australia faces great challenges. In Australia, English is the dominant official language de facto, whilst Spanish is a community language. Spanish is primarily learnt and used in the home with parents and other family members, however, English holds power via hegemonic means, and is used in a multiplicity of domains. This paper presents an…

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    Assimilation In Australia

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    From 1788 (After Europeans discovered Australia), the white settlers gradually took Aboriginal people’s traditional lands. They defined aboriginals as a doomed race (due to their intelligence and way of living). Therefore, in the name of protection, lots of policy relating to removal of children had been created and impacted on the Australian native people and their society over time. Even until now in 2016, some of the scars still cannot recover, such as loss of cultural identity, loss of…

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