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…
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…
Australian Aboriginal Art
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There should not be any relocation under any circumstances. There is no question of removing the paintings from their places and repainting them elsewhere as the locations have their spiritual connotations. The following questions may be successfully answered after careful study of stone artefacts that have been left behind by Australian aborigines of the past.…
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…
Australian study
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AUSTRALIAN STUDY THE SOCIAL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS OF ABORIGINAL PEOPLE Introduction “The legal rank of ‘citizen’ in democratic societies is often intended to represent the progressive project of a broader conception of membership in the community” (Rubenstein & Adler 2000: 522).… Indigenous Australians although formal legal citizens, were denied even basic…
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…
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…
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…
One of the significant characteristics of Australian Indigenous worldviews is a specific relationship to land or 'country'
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The Country Needs Its People. Healthy Country Means Healthy People The Country Needs Its People. Healthy Country Means Healthy People ‘Social and Emotional Wellbeing’ is a concept that has evolved along with aborigines of Australia. The concept is deeply imbedded in their culture.… (Social Health… 2004) These factors working as cushion during stressful…
History of The Australian Aboriginal People
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The term 'aborigines' is believed to be coined from a Latin word that means 'original inhabitants' (Siasoco, 2006), thus Australia's aborigines are the native or indigenous people who lived in the area before the first European invasion in the late eighteenth century.… However, what appears to be clear is that the first Aboriginal settlers colonized what is…
Australian aboriginal perspectives in the classroom
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Aboriginal Australians is a named that was given to the inhabitants who had already inhibited the continent by the British before they began colonizing Australia in… Aboriginal people were hunters and gatherers where they hunted and foraged for food in their lands. Australian Aborigines had a shared responsibility where women would go to the field to gather…
Taboos and totem: social origins
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In his work ‘Totem and Taboo: Resemblances between the Mental Lives of Savages and Neurotics’,Freud discernibly establishes the social origins of taboos.Taboos do unexceptionally have social origins and are hence governed by an accompanying code of ethics or are in themselves a code of ethics,sometimes … In his work ‘Totem and Taboo: Resemblances between the…
Why is race explained and understood differently arround the world
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Race is known as the classification system used to categorize human beings into large and distinct groups either by cultural, ethnical, genetics, anatomical, religious, social, or historical affiliations. This classification is differently understood and explained in the world… This was like English race, Irish race and so on. The publishing of Charles…
Societal impact on the health of the Indigenous Australian
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The purpose of this research paper will be to not only examine many of the leading causes of natural death and why the Australian indigenous tribe seem to be so very susceptible, but also many of the social issues that help exacerbate these health issues. … The paper tells that babies that were carried to term by the women of the indigenous Aborigines are far…
Analysing Australian Social Justice issues
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Q1) Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.” Explain how this right impacts upon offenders and their victims. Article 3 actually cites the three fundamental and inherent rights of an individual, the right to live, to be free and feel secure.… For the individual self, he…
Evaluating a Website for Credibility
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It is entitled the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organization. The organization launched the website in June 2011 to provide a platform for their members to access health information and… The search engine used to locate the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organization’s website was Google. From the website url…
Sacred Time
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How do you define sacred space in your personal life and where do we find it in our culture beyond religious institutions? (3 paragraphs) Sacred time has been set aside in oral religions for millennia.… tice, and the art and clearly marked sacred spaces.”1 Many times people have relied on their dreams in order to make predictions or help them in their daily…
Australia Study3611( Australian languages: Issues and Debates2)
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The Aborigines and the Torres Strait Islanders were the original inhabitants of the Australian continent but they were displaced over time as European settlers were diverted to the Australian continent after the loss of the American continent. The settling Europeans were… f Aborigines that remained on the Australian continent were unable to protect their…
Aboriginal Children
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Australian Aboriginal is the oldest living culture in the earth.The 19th century was said to be the period of dispossession.The dispossession took place in the first century and a half of European-Aboriginal relations in Australia… This was characterized as the period of dispossession, physical ill treatment, social disruption, population decline, economic…
Australian International History Essay
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The dawn of the twentieth century saw the birth of a new identity for Australia. On the 1st of January 1901, the six British colonies of New South Wales, Queensland, Southern Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia were unified into a federation-the Commonwealth of Australia-with a constitution of its own, but with dominion status.… This is in…
The Australian Food Industry
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This paper will talk about the Australian Food Industry and some of the factors and issues affecting it on a large scale. An overview of the Australian food industry shall be provided, along with a general description of the same industry at present times.… The food industry in Australia produces a large quantity of a variety of products. Although the weather…
Bronislaw Malinowski's Importance to Cultural Anthropology
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Bronislaw Malinowski’s importance to Cultural Anthropology: Bronislaw Malinowski has made important contributions to the field of anthropology, especially during the discipline’s formative years. Though qualified to be an economist, he brought his best intellectual resources to bear on anthropological study, beginning with studying social exchange patterns among Australian aborigines.…
English 102 the family
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In an era where the traditional notion of the family is being challenged by same-sex marriages, single-parent households and foster-parent families, to name but a few, it is necessary to redefine the concept of the family. Most would immediately, and possibly unthinkingly,… Rosaldo and Sylvia Yanagisako, who quite persuasively argue that the family is not “a…
English 102 the family
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In an era where the traditional notion of the family is being challenged by same-sex marriages, single-parent households and foster-parent families, to name but a few, it is necessary to redefine the concept of the family. Most would immediately, and possibly unthinkingly, define or describe the family as a legal unit which consists of a female wife, a male husband and, possibly, children.…
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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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