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    South Africa and Australia are two of the countries that lived Aboriginal and occupied by European settlement. South Africa Aboriginals’ treatment is so different from Australia Aboriginals. Moreover, the role of these settlements and the purpose for these settlements are different, too. However, both South Africa and Australia Aboriginals had conflict with settlements and settlement brought and spread serious disease in both country. Australia was occupied by British hundreds of years ago. The main reason why British occupied Australia is they needed more land. The a growing urban underclass in its city, loss of the American colonies and British wanted to relieve the pressure on its prison, so British occupy Australia and carry thousands of people there. Soon there was filled with Britain convicted, colonial administrators and military police in New South Wales. They brought and spread disease in Australia, smallpox is one of the example. Smallpox spread terribly and decimated a lot of Aboriginals in many place in Australia. Britain settlement did not have…

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    Approximately 55, 000 to 62, 000 South Sea Islanders were recruited to Australia during 1863 to 1904. The majority were forced out of their homes and others were bribed with things such as mirrors, knifes and other possessions that assist with their survival. The South Sea Islanders migrated to Queensland and northern New South Wales from over 80 Pacific Islands. They were known as the ‘Kanakas’ which is a Hawaiian word that defines to ‘man’. South Sea Islanders had a huge impact on Australia…

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    South Sea Islanders Approximately 55, 000 to 62, 000 South Sea Islanders were recruited to Australia during 1863 to 1904. The majority were forced out of their homes and others were bribed with things such as mirrors, knifes and other possessions that assist with their survival. The South Sea Islanders migrated to Queensland and northern New South Wales from over 80 Pacific Islands. They were known as the ‘Kanakas’ which is a Hawaiian word that defines to ‘man’. South Sea Islanders had a huge…

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    “From the time I was very young I wanted to draw to understand what I was seeing. I used a pencil to understand things.” This statement from Robert Hannaford concisely encapsulates his approach to art. Throughout his artwork, it is easy to see this approach through his quest to understand the people and environments around him. Robert Hannaford is one of Australia’s most renowned and influential portrait artists. The Art Gallery of South Australia has curated an exhibit of the artist’s…

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    Approximately 55, 000 to 62, 000 South Sea Islanders were recruited to Australia during 1863 to 1904. The majority were forced out of their homes and others were bribed with things such as mirrors, knifes and other possessions that assist with their survival. The South Sea Islanders migrated to Queensland and northern New South Wales from over 80 Pacific Islands. They were known as the ‘Kanakas’ which is a Hawaiian word that defines to ‘man’. South Sea Islanders had a huge impact on Australia…

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    Introduction Change management is an important process that is inevitable for organisations to keep up with modern times and Kotter (1995, p. 97) states ‘that critical mistakes in any of the phases can have a devastating impact, slowing momentum and negating hard-won gains’. South Australian Police (SAPOL) has brought about numerous significant corporate changes in recent years. In this paper I will argue that SAPOL should approach change management using Kotter’s eight-step plan. There are two…

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    dynamic, modernising East has been going on for some years. Our minds are in the wrong time zone. It is important we make friends with our neighbours.” In the past especially during the Vietnam War, Australia may have overlooked any Eastern relationships by focusing instead on Western alliances. This quote…

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    aims and objectives of this review is to evaluate the views of the South Sudanese refugees in ACT to discover their challenges. The aim of evaluation is to capture attention from the perspective of participants in services delivery for South Sudanese refugee’s residing in Canberra. The assessment will use difference way to collect information of challenging issues from South Sudanese participants. The investigation will find out what barriers limited their ability to be integrated into…

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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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    Australia's Geography

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    Australia is in the South Pacific and the Indian Ocean. It is composed of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania, and the overseas territories. Australia is in the southern hemisphere. Australia is located off the southeast coast of Asia, next to Russia, Canada, China, the United States, and Brazil. Its land is as large as about four-fifths of China. The coastline of 3,700 km has the Pacific Ocean to the East and the Indian Ocean to the West. It is also the only exclusive city state in…

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