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    Cronulla Beach Action Plan

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    . Research Action Plan Introduction Wanda Beach is the northernmost guarded beach on Bate Bay in Cronulla, New South Wales, Australia. Elouera Beach is a traversed beach that is situated on Bate Bay, in Cronulla, New South Wales, Australia. The Wall is the native name given to the area between North Cronulla Beach and Elouera. In geography lessons, year 10 have been learning about coastal management. We have gone through topics such as coastal landforms, transportation processes, and processes of coastal erosion so we went to Cronulla Beach to carry out some fieldwork activities and investigations at Wanda Beach and Elouera Beach which is located is located on the Sutherland Shire on Sydney's southern coast and is on the National Surfing Reserves, a register of iconic surfing locations in Australia. It is a popular destination and is only…

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    Morning Year 11, Ms Walsh and Ms Sotirios. This morning I will be discussing the SBS documentary The Cronulla Riots. This documentary is an informative and educative text that provides responders with an insight into Australia's social and cultural context. I will be examining how contemporary texts offer modern possibilities, alongside interactive features and a combination of documentary techniques. The riots occurred on the 11 of December 2005, on the beachside suburb of Cronulla, Sydney…

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    What is a sand mine? Sand mining is a process that removes sand from an open pit. Where has the sand mine at Cornulla existed? Sand mining in Cronulla existed in Kurnell Peninsula in the government area of Sutherland Shire Sydney New South Wales. When did the sand mine at Cornulla close? Why? Sand Mine at Cronulla was Closed since the 1968 because they were removed to allow more tonnes of sand per year and they supplies the building sand What building development has occurred at Cronulla? The…

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    involves the sale, display, or use of sport or some aspect of sport so as to produce income. Significant changes have taken place in sport in terms of increases in revenues. (Hassan and Hamil, 2010) Figure 1: Expenses Breakdown from 2008 to 2014 In overall, the expenses keep increasing from 2008 to 2014. Cronulla Sharks allocated most of their expenses on football which is their main career in the club. Football clubs need to improve their infrastructure in order to support their athletes for…

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    What role did the media play in creating a moral panic about the Cronulla Riots? On December 11th 2005 around five thousand people gathered at Sydney’s Cronulla Beach. This was a racist and violent act against young Lebanese and other middle-eastern appearance people. It was believed in the week which led up to the Cronulla Riots there was texts messages and a couple of media sources which had a part in the events that happened on that day and afterwards. (Poynting, 2006) The media sources that…

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    The 2005 Cronulla riots were a sequence of race riots and outbreaks of mob violence in Sydney, beginning on 11 December 2005 in the beachside suburb of Cronulla which spread, over the next few nights, to even more suburbs. The riots were focused on tensions between youths from Sydney's Lebanese and white populations. A crowd gathered at Cronulla on the morning of Sunday, 11 December 2005, and by midday, roughly 5,000 people had gathered near the beach. The gathering began peacefully, but later…

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    Sand dune erosion is occurring on the Cronulla coastline due to the coupling of human and natural impacts and is gradually resulting in the beach being less able to be protect itself from natural implications. The constant sand dune erosion is creating a steeper slope this is allowing waves and winds to rapidly remove sand from the dunes. The sand dune erosion is destroying habitats from plants and animals, this is substantially decreasing the biodiversity on the coastal environment. Sand dune…

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    while knowing that they were awful. All in all, my experience at the game was a great one. It was quite easy to see the strong ties between the teams and their communities, and it made the matchup exciting despite the lopsided victory. Moving onto a team I did not see play, the Cronulla Sharks are another team that embodies the strong ties between a community and its Rugby League team. However, it took quite a long time to firmly establish that link. The Sharks’ history is littered with intense…

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    Bra Boys Film Analysis

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    ups and hand-held shots. Clos up were used in the car on the way to Koby's court hearing, they used this technique to make us feel as though we were there in the car and we were feeling the emotions he was feeling. Hand-held shots were also used quite frequently. The hand-held shots were used to provide us with primary sources, Abberton wanted the audience to see first hand the facts of the court case and for the audience to make up their own mind. Original footage was used to reveal to the…

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    Guage In Australia

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    specifically coupled with the study of the society's culture would enable the ability for one to avoid miscommunications that would result in the occurrences that may have detrimental effects. These miscommunication issues can be found in examples such as the Cronulla riots. The Cronulla Riots have been a constant place of confrontation since the 1950s, between the 'surfies' and the 'westies' however this was grossly exaggerated via the media with some going as far as stating "We don't have…

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