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Culture anthropolgy on Aborigines of australia
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It is not a mere representation of the invasions it went through famous heroic talents or through power; but it is its richness and the fertility in its belief that… The first Aboriginals are believed to have arrived in this unique and isolated piece of land some 50,000 years ago, when they migrated from the South Pole as the sea levels generally fell and the…
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Native American Topic: Geographic Evolution in N. America, Compare & Contrast with Australian Aborigines, Land Ownership Issues
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Death, disease, and resettlement were experienced by both. This occurred uniquely in each country. However, geographically both the Native Americans and Aborigines had land taken… In 1788, Australian Aborigines were introduced to British colonization (Chesterman and Galligan 199). The effects were immediate. Smallpox and other white men’s diseases killed…
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Mini research proposal
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This is an issue of ethical concern especially considering that aborigines have little influence on the mainstream way of life in… Whereas indigenous people in Libya face danger of extinction due to modernity, the same happens to the Canadian indigenous people. This has made me develop profound interest in the study of the environmental issues affecting…
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Introduction to Indigenous Australia
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The end in the beginning: Re(de)finding Aboriginality by Michael Dodson is an article that voices out Dodson’s concern on the perception of the Aborigines by early settlers. He brings out the perceptions of the different groups of people; religious men, scientists, as well as, educationists. … Religious men referred to Aborigines as immoral, unfit to be in any…
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Indigenous Australian and Diabetes
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Australian Indigenous health: Diabetes Name Institution Australian Indigenous health: Diabetes Introduction Australia is one of the most developed countries in the world with one of the best Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rates and Producer Price Index (PPI).… As such, Aborigines health is very poor compared to other Australians. Statistics indicate that…
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Research an INDIGENOUS RELIGIOUS MYTH (in the terminology of the class) and:
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The Australian Aboriginal Religious Mythology Cowan argues that, even though mythology and rituals complements each other, the two never coincide completely (16). Rituals in this case involve acting out events in the myths, mythology justifying, substantiating, or explaining different rituals.… In this case, the Aborigines depended entirely on plants and…
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Kevin Gilbert-Australian Indigenous Author/Artist
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Kevin Gilbert-Australian Indigenous Author/Artist Overview of the life and background of Kevin Gilbert Kevin Gilbert was an Australian artist born in Condobolin, New South Wales in 1933. He was born of the Kamilaroi and Wiradjuri peoples. Gilbert was born to an Irish father, his mother half-Aboriginal.… After this, he sought employment and managed to secure…
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Kevin Gilbert-Australian Indigenous Author/Artist
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He was born of the Kamilaroi and Wiradjuri peoples. Gilbert was born to an Irish father, his mother half-Aboriginal. He was the youngest child in a family of eight children and unfortunately,… Gilbert married a European girl at an early age. In 1957, he was sentenced by a court to life imprisonment following a domestic dispute in which he killed his wife. By…
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Are those new ways of communicating and disseminating information (such as Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, Blogs etc.) a positive or negative influence on the democratic system in either the United State or Canada
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The British North American Act of 1867 acknowledged the existence of distinct provinces especially of the Québec and Aboriginals although according to Dahbour the Aborigines were not included in the process (1-18). The Act recognized the role of federal government and… Aborigines in this case represent four groupings: Inuits, Metis, registered or status…
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Indigenous Studies/Bachelor of Nursing
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The Australian society is one of the world’s most culturally diverse societies and the country’s indigenous or native population constitutes around 2.5% of the total population (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2007). It would be easy to assume that the native population of… However, these policies have not benefited the people as expected and the indigenous…
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Land, identity, and colonial dispossession Aboriginal and settler relations in Australia
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Green (2011: p34) notes that reconciliation in Australia must involve respect and unity between non-indigenous Australians and indigenous Aborigines, in which there is value for equity and justice among all Australians. This peacemaking paradigm has emerged as a particularly… The government of Australia in 1991 began the process of reconciliation so as to…
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Reconciliation in the Community (Australia)(6)
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Personally, I am persuaded that there is a need to amend the constitution, so as to allow indigenous people to be recognised in their own right within it. The need to amend the constitution as a way of entrenching peaceful inter-communal existence is expedient, since the… The relevance of social contract and constitutionalism is clearly seen, since the…
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Film Pitch
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Documentary Film Title: "Cos I'm free" Film Synopsis: Short The film is about the life and achievements of Cathy Freeman, well-known Aborigine athlete, with the Aborigines’ struggles and rights in Australia ‘acting’ as the background. Long Cathy Freeman is one of the well-known sporting athletes from Australia because of her exploits in the Sydney Olympics in 2000 and various other achievements.…
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Field Essay Report
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The Australian Aboriginal society has the longest continuous cultural history in the world, with origins dating back at least 50,000 years, possibly even 70,000. (Singh, Andrew, Andy, Choy, Finlay, Greenway, Kenny, Morrissey, O`Byrne & Scott, 2001, p.22) Indeed, if we think… If you ckeck them out you will find that they deal with a great variety of subjects:…
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How Is Indigenous History and the Current Situation of Indidenous Peoples in Victoria Presented at the Melbourne Museum's Bunjil
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How is Indigenous history and the current situation of Indigenous peoples in Victoria presented at the Melbourne Museum`s Bunjilaka exhibition? Abstract The Australian Aboriginal society has the longest continuous cultural history in the world, with origins dating back at least 50,000 years, possibly even 70,000.… At present, there are six such exhibitions, of…
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Child Care Aboriginal Australia
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The term "stolen generation" refers to black aboriginal children and children of mixed marriages who were removed from their Aboriginal homes by the Australian government and taken to white settlements into an attempt to assimilate, or integrate, white and Aboriginal cultures.… "Assimilation" refers to the attempts of white Australian government to intermesh…
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Culture competent care in nursing
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However, it is the responsibility of nurses to provide relevant and effective services to people from all types of cultures (Campinha-Bacote, 2011). Aboriginal culture is very… This can eliminate communication problems created by differences in language. It is not necessary to master the whole language, but basic dialectical jargons can be essential in…
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Aboriginal (Native) Peoples of Canada: there perspectives on mental disorders
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A major contributing factor to this increased awareness of mental health among the Canadian aboriginals is the escalating rate of mental… hey have taken a closer look at and keener considerations of the mental problems facing them, the causes of these problems, and the most appropriate and effective solutions (Blum et al., 1999). In understanding mental health…
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Assimilation and the Australian Aborigine
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Assimilation occurs within all cultures to some degree, often to the detriment of the assimilated culture. Such is the case in Australia, where the indigenous population has been subjected to indignity and atrocity for much of Australia's early history. Early twentieth century assimilation efforts were little better in many ways.… This can be forced or…
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Assimilation(white policy)
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Assimilation of minority groups in the Australian society is an issue of great interest considering the debate around its use and disuse to include aboriginals. As a result, it is of much significance to look at the winning sides of assimilation in Australia in an attempt to… This way, assimilation allows ways of life to be kept alive through choice by not…
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Neil stonechild
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These Aborigines were present even before the discovery of countries such as Australia and Canada. There is no question that there are great differences and diversities… Canada formed a Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP) to attend to the concerns of the Aborigines of Canada such as previous government courses of action, to be able to present policy…
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What is lost when indigenous Australian use standard English
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Impacted in the sense, they could be wiped out or altered, or even reformed, and that is applicable to the languages spoken by the Aboriginal people… “Standard” Australian English is the term used to refer to a derivative of a dialect, spoken in the southeast of the United Kingdom, which became the standard or basic English spoken in Australia. “The fact this…
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Aboriginal (Native) Peoples of Canada: there Perspectives on Mental Disorders
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The increasing awareness and need to address mental health problems among the aboriginal communities of Canada are quite apparent. A major contributing factor to this increased awareness is the escalating rate of mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression … In addition, suicide cases and domestic violence have also been on the rise in the recent past,…
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English Paper
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Such is the case in Australia, where the indigenous population has been subjected to indignity and atrocity for much of Australia’s early history. Early twentieth… This can be forced or voluntary and can often have severe effects on the minority culture. Such effects may include the loss of unique traditions and or other cultural aspects. The assumption that…
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Tourism and Indigenous Peoples
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I was struck by a powerful sense of remoteness – both physical and commercial – in reading about the economic problems and opportunities associated with Australia’s indigenous peoples. My understanding of what makes for a healthy economic climate is based on social… Looking out over a vast, desolate landscape, the older man responds, “They can bloody well have…
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