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Migrants,refugees, and Australian society
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...Australian Society: "What were the effects of Arthur Calwell's background, temperament, ideals and ambitions upon the evolution "It is better to be defeated on principle than to be defeated on lies1," " Two Wyongs do not make a White1, " " Populate or Perish1" and many other such popular but controversial quotes are attributed to the one and only Arthur Calwell, the politician who had the honour of being the longest serving member in the House of Representatives in Australia; serving as an MP for 32 years. Active and energetic in the Australian Labor Party, he was elected President of the Victorian Labor Party in 1931.He is considered as a social revolutionary, who... Migrants, Refugees, and...
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Is death denied in contemporary Australian society
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...Australian society? As health professionals and patients in contemporary Australia increasingly become involved in care situations that are likely to lead to death, there is has been an increase in the literature devoted to such issues as palliative care and end of life decision making. Most people would agree that the objective of all concerned in these situations is to ease the transition from life to death, especially in terms of medical factors like pain management. There is a balance to be struck between offering medical interventions, and offering relief from suffering, and in recent times there is thankfully an increased amount of attention and resource devoted... ?Is death denied in contemporary...
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Is death denied in contemporary Australian society Provide examples to support your argument
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...Australian society? As health professionals and patients in contemporary Australia increasingly become involved in care situations that are likely to lead to death, there is has been an increase in the literature devoted to such issues as palliative care and end of life decision making. Most people would agree that the objective of all concerned in these situations is to ease the transition from life to death, especially in terms of medical factors like pain management. There is a balance to be struck between offering medical interventions, and offering relief from suffering, and in recent times there is thankfully an increased amount of attention and resource devoted... ?Is death denied in contemporary...
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History Subject: Migrants, Refugees, and Australian Society. TOPIC: Reflect on the extent to which Australian immigration policy has been 'socially engineered'
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...society from criminal elements. On the Australian side, it was partially socially engineered to the extent that the earlier waves of settlements were white Anglo-Saxons and other races were hardly welcomed as citizens, or settlers. In further confirmation of the fact that economic imperatives did not distract the Australian public or its policy makers from the social aspect and societal consequences of immigration, reactions to blackbirding are quite informative. During... There is little, if any doubt, that Australia’s immigration policy was a socially engineered one. In order to better understand the implications ofthis claim, it is firstly important to define socially engineered policies as public...
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History Subject: Migrants, Refugees, and Australian Society. TOPIC: What were the effects of Arthur Calwell's background, temperament, ideals and ambitions upo
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...Australian society has largely been influenced by the views and politics of Arthur Calwell. Even while conceding to the fact that Calwell’s policies have been overturned and Australian societal composition has undergone a parallel change, this research will argue that Calwell’s background, ideas and temperament gave rise to post-World War II immigration policies which have had an inordinate effect upon Australian societal composition.2 Establishing the veracity of the aforementioned is contingent upon a review of Calwell’s background, an articulation of his ideas and temperament and, importantly, a critical analysis of his immigration policies and their societal effects... Post-globalisation, 21st...
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Evaluate the role played by Britain in shaping modern Australian society and political culture. Does the term 'Austral Briton' still hold any relevance
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...Australian flag. Many Australians as at the WWII either descended from Britain or were actually having direct ancestral links to Britain2. This paper will therefore discuss the role played by Britain in shaping modern Australian society and political culture while shedding light on whether the term ‘Austral Briton’ still holds any relevance. Before the 1st World War Australian inhabitants especially the ones born there or had their ancestry trailing from Britain or Ireland were being termed as ‘Aussie’ colloquially. This was rather a term that denoted ability to survive through hard times and later was...
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Critically discuss social issues that the current VET system in Australia can, or does, address the concerns of contemporary Australian society
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...Australian VET System and Social Concerns Introduction In the current society, knowledge based services and intellectual capital have become the mainstay of economic growth and societal performance. A key driver in this performance and growth is Australia’s education and training system where the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector have a very critical role to play in enhancing societal capabilities ingenuity, and skills required by a wide range of Australian Enterprises. It can also play a very crucial role in resolving some societal concerns with regard to workforce planning. Australia’s VET system is noted to be among the...
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The Role of Women in Australian Society
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Finally, she has seen a period where she has entered the labor force, therefore has money of her own, and this, in turn, has made her less beholden to the man she married. This is where the current state of woman is, and it has resulted in a high failure rate for marriages. This paper will examine how the roles of women have changed in Australian society, both in and outside of marriage, and how these roles have affected marriage and divorces in the last century. The largest change for women, in the realm of marriage, is the fact that patriarchy has shifted. For instance, one may view the movie The Piano for an example of how things used to be for women in Australia and New Zealand. In The P...
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Use the sociological analysis template to discuss the ways that stigma can influence health care delivery to marginalized groups of people in Australian society. Focus the analysis on a group of people who may be stigmatized from the following: refugees,
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...Australian society. Focus the analysis on refuges. Step 2: Social Imagination template Historical Factors The sociological reflection of stigma of the refugees and the related healthcare issue involves historical, cultural, structural, and critical factors that impact the refugees directly or indirectly in myriad ways. Refugees, in general, have a traumatic history because of events such as war, civil strife, human rights abuses, deprivation, and so on. So, they endure... Sociological Analysis An assignment submitted by Spring Sociological Analysis Step Question Use the sociological analysis template todiscuss the ways that stigma can influence health care delivery to marginalized groups of people in...
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Associations such as the ACM and the Australian Computer Society have developed code of ethics for computing professionals
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...Australian Computer Society (ACS) are strong advocates of ethical practices by IT personnel and have laid out sets of recommendations. This essay will look at some of their codes and how they can have practical use in reducing clearly identified threats to computer systems. At the outset, it is important to remember that almost any sort of business enterprise today will have a dedicated IT department. Hence the code of ethics laid down by ACM and ACS are applicable to IT personnel of such departments, irrespective of the business domain of the particular organisation. Some of the frequently occuring information security breaches are common for almost all businesses that are enabled... The Role of the ...
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Australian government business relations
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...Australian Society Interest groups play very constructive roles, which, when put into practice by well-trained organizations is the practice of trying to directly control the acts of Australian government, through different alliances of 'confidential cajoling', 'public measures' and the arrangement of the two (for example, 'supporting the Australian society' to get in touch with the 'members of a administration'). The role that interest groups play in Australian society is to encourage the administration (usually specific sections of government, such as a particular area or a legislative group) to pursue the strategies preferred by the affiliates of interest groups... The role of Interest-groups in...
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Australian Literature
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...Australian society with memorable insight and stylishness, This novel has succeed in portraying the taboos present in the Australian society. The book was important, both for its literacy quality and as well as the first attempt by someone of Aboriginal Blood to express himself in this form. Even though the forward of the novel has helped to understand the tabooed events... Tile] Australian Literature Introduction The Australian alter the traditionalview of Australian people, representing tabooed areas of experience. Aboriginal philosophy is a guide for living in the Australian environment, for the preservation of the species and the natural world, for minimizing the tabooed conflict in human...
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Australian Environmental History
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...Australian to its environmental resources when these concerns are brought in to political agenda. With this, the assimilation of conservationism in the world view of the Australian culture. This concerns the relationship between human and the environment, protecting and conserving nature. The new philosophy of environmentalism equips the society of the proper conduct towards nature, the beliefs and ethics applied. This linked... Australian Environmental History The environment status in Australia has been a concern and a focus on development and conservation. It is evident with environmental matters are focused in most political agenda. The nature of the Australian Environment had influenced by the...
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Australian Media
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...Australian media is it far more important to entertain than to educate Australian media is among the few others in the global domainwhich has transubstantiated its style of representing and method of operation within a short span of time. The media industries in Australia have undergone and through an incessant changes and it claim to be a true mirror of the society. When the media industry was in its nascent stage it actively participated in country's affairs and received a mixed reaction from the indigenous people. It is believed that on the one hand republic media coverage explicitly problematized the meanings of the nation, an on the other it provided structured access to people... In contemporary...
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Assimilation and the Australian Aborigine
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...society and harmful to Australian society as a whole. The actual methods by which assimilation occurred varied among the Australian states. These methods included schemes for education, job training, and employment, as well as efforts to house Aborigines in white neighborhoods. The latter was met with fierce... Fathima Kazan Matt Eberhart EN101OLSP06 4/23/2006 Assimilation and the Australian Aborigine 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 ...
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Australian Globalization
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...society helping countries with economic and social problems, and also infrastructure investments. The Australian government provided $1 billion to the Indonesian government for use in the Aceh area; the effect of tsunami in this region was so devastating (Friedman, 2008). The $1 billion comprised two parts; $500 million in aid, and also $500 million in for loans to be used in infrastructure and social rehabilitation (Friedman, 2008). Aid is a type of political globalization where countries work as a common unit in solving a problem... Lecturer What have been the main effects of globalization in Australia? Globalization involves international integration which arises due to the interchange of ideas,...
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AUSTRALIAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
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...AUSTRALIAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE Why do we need a criminal justice system? (school) Why do we need a criminal justice system? Introduction There are various crimes which are plaguing our society. Since the days of the Roman and Greek empires, crimes have been a major part of normal and traditional society. Most of these crimes are similar to the ones which today still plague our society, and some of these include murder, robbery, theft, rape, and similar crimes. Throughout the years, these crimes have evolved in terms of means and methods of commission which now involve the internet and computers. These crimes have also increased in incidence and prevalence rates and have infiltrated most... ?Running head:...
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Analysis Australian industries
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...Australian society is considered as one of the most civilized, liberal... Analysis of Australian industries Introduction Business activities are controlled by many internal and external factors. It is easy for an organization to control the internal factors whereas the external factors mostly beyond the control of the organization. External factors are mainly related to the environment in which the organization operates. They are; technological element, economic element, legal-political element, socio- cultural element and international element. Australia is one of the major developed countries in the world. Australia ranks among the top 15 countries, in terms of contribution to world value added, in th...
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Australian Immigration Policies
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...society from criminal elements. On the Australian side, it was partially socially engineered to the extent that the earlier waves of settlements were white Anglo-Saxons and other races were hardly welcomed as citizens, or settlers. In further confirmation of the fact that economic imperatives did not distract the Australian public or its policy makers from the social aspect and societal consequences of immigration, reactions to blackbirding are quite informative... There is little, if any doubt, that Australia's immigration policy was a socially engineered one. In order to better understand the implications ofthis claim, it is firstly important to define socially engineered policies as public policies...
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Kevin Gilbert-Australian Indigenous Author/Artist
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...society. For a long time, there was cultural conflict between the aborigines and the whites. The aborigines were being treated like slaves by some whites (Bird and Davis 1999; Gilbert 1978). Gilbert volunteered to become a voice for the aborigines and their determination to get equal human rights. Through his works, especially poems, Gilbert blatantly voiced his concern for the social issues of the aborigines. Unlike other authors, he used a more daring approach to this issue and revealed the lot of bitterness embedded in the black Australians. The aborigines were slaves... ?Kevin Gilbert-Australian Indigenous Artist Overview of the life and background of Kevin Gilbert Kevin Gilbert was an Australian...
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Kevin Gilbert-Australian Indigenous Author/Artist
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...society. For a long time, there was cultural conflict between the aborigines and the whites. The aborigines were being treated like slaves by some whites (Bird and Davis 1999; Gilbert 1978). Gilbert volunteered to become a voice for the aborigines and their determination to get equal human rights. Through his works, especially poems, Gilbert blatantly voiced his concern for the social issues of the aborigines. Unlike other authors, he used a more daring approach to this issue and revealed the lot of bitterness embedded in the black Australians. The aborigines were slaves... Kevin Gilbert-Australian Indigenous Artist Overview of the life and background of Kevin Gilbert Kevin Gilbert was an Australian...
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The Australian Welfare State from 1945 to 1996
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...Australian Welfare from 1945 to 1996 and the degree of income equality in the society during this time period. The Australian welfare state under-went a number of changes Post World War 2 from 1945 and till 1996. These changes resulted in income inequality in the Australian society. In this article, we analyze the changes that took place over this period of time and its implications. We also outline here that what changes need to take place in order to achieve greater income equality. Historical Background: The history of Australia since 1945 i.e. Post World War II has under-gone many changes. Let us first look at the historical timeline... to observe and assess the changes that took...
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Gender and Australian Law
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...Australian Law The gender discrimination in Australia has been one of the major problems faced by the nation and to eradicate it the Australian government along with the states has formulated laws to spread equality among all the section of people in the country. The discrimination among the gender in Australia has been evident in almost all the sectors of the country and the paper analyzes the problem of discrimination based on genders and the laws and regulations framed to promote such practice in a reputed country like Australia. Australian society and evidence of discrimination: Gender inequality is a matter of regular experience in Australia. The overall condition of women... the...
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Australian Healthcare System
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...society’s margins and it’s only in recent times that the government has begun giving them attention because ignoring them is no longer working (Fleming & Parker, 2012). In fact, it is crucial to understand that the methodical removal of native Australians from their original domains, the annihilation of native families by way of “policies” and withholding decades’ worth of wages have had and will go on having a lasting effect on the well-being and health of Indigenous people (Nelson, 2009, pp.97-102... Australian Healthcare System: Indigenous Health Australian Healthcare System: Indigenous Health One of the finest healthcare systemsin the world is found in Australia; nevertheless, it has several...
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Australian VET System and Social Concerns
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...Australian VET System and Social Concerns Introduction In the current society, knowledge based servicesand intellectual capital have become the mainstay of economic growth and societal performance. A key driver in this performance and growth is Australia’s education and training system where the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector have a very critical role to play in enhancing societal capabilities ingenuity, and skills required by a wide range of Australian Enterprises. It can also play a very crucial role in resolving some societal concerns with regard to workforce planning. Australia’s VET system is noted to be among the...
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Australian painting, colony to nation
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...Society for British artists. He immigrated to the Tasmanian region at the age of sixty-four where he became one of the land beneficiaries on the sloppy region of Ben Lomond. As a result, he developed his estate and did many paintings about it before his death. As a remarkable trait, Glover became the pioneer artist in regarding Australia’s vegetation cover seriously. Within his estates, he planted trees due to his fascination on how they grew and separated to allow light to pass through them. In contrast, he regarded the Aborigines as primitive Australian natives whose culture was sub-standard. In view, the Aborigines... Australian landscape paintings Australian art encompasses prehistoric art...
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Australian Election and Voting Behaviour
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...society (Rodney; 1997). This survey of federal elections between 1972 and 2001 has shown an increasingly volatile electorate. To some extent this is in keeping with evidence unearthed by David Kemp in the 1970s suggesting the decline of social cleavages, especially class, as the basis of the Australian two-party system, including party identification. Kemp hypothesised that cultural and social homogenisation was producing convergence in electoral behaviour among voters on both sides of the cleavage systems from which the major Australian... Order No. 182692 Topic: It is often argued that the level of party identification in Australia is extremely high by international standards. Critically assess the...
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No Illegals, No Trouble: Immigration and Australian Law
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...Australian laws attract these illegal entrants. According to the Australian laws, illegal entrants are entitled to a legal counselor during the extraditing procedure. 12 As a result, many remain in Australia. However, these illegal immigrants are not welcome. There are concerns that even larger numbers of illegal immigrants might not be possible to assimilate into the Australian society and that they might become unwelcome.13 They occupy jobs which otherwise... ? NO ILLEGALS, NO TROUBLE: IMMIGRATION AND AUSTRALIAN LAW 1 I BACKGROUND Australia was in the 20th century one of the countries that received most immigrants, besides the United States (US), Canada and New Zealand.2 By 1991, 23 percent Australians ...
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Australian Marriage Amendment Act
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...Australian Marriage Amendment Act Yvonne L. Academia Research The 40 year old Marriage Act 1961 is no longer reflective of contemporary relationships and not reflective of modern Australia's advancement. However, to protect that sanctity of marriage and in effect the family as the basic unit of the society, the government has provided amendments to the old act in order to adapt to the modern views of marriage while working towards its preservation. In light of the prevailing issues on marital break-ups and de-facto relationships, this paper shall discuss the focal point of these new laws in relation to the issues. Introduction The marriage...
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Current health issues in relation to the Australian Health Care System
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...Australian society, there are multiple factors that affect indigenous groups such as the Aboriginal community and result in an almost community-wide state... Current Health Issues in Relation to the Australian Health Care System Current Health Issues in Relation to the Australian Health Care System Depression in Australia Why it is a current health care issue? Depression is a medical disorder that makes a person feels sad and uninterested in one’s life. Depression can affect how its victim’s emotions as well as behavior. This makes it difficult for people who suffer from depression experience hardship in carrying out normal daily tasks. When a person suffers from depression for a long period of time, he o...
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Current health issues in relation to the Australian Health Care System
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...Australian society, there are multiple factors that affect indigenous groups such as the Aboriginal community and result in an almost community-wide... ? Current Health Issues in Relation to the Australian Health Care System Current Health Issues in Relation to the Australian Health Care System Depression in Australia Why it is a current health care issue? Depression is a medical disorder that makes a person feel sad and uninterested in one’s life. Depression can affect its victim’s emotions, as well as behavior. This makes it difficult for people who suffer from depression to experience hardship in carrying out normal daily tasks. When a person suffers from depression for a long period of time, he or...
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Accounting and society
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...Australian Society Of Cpas. 1998, 44). The standard also assist the accountants in steering the organization’s mission, vision and the ultimate objective or goals .This is a major factor of enticing the potential investors to put their investment in the company and the general public. It also assists in decision making processes and policy interpretation for the decision that have the responsibility of driving the company to meeting its goal (Pagell et al, 1999, 19). References AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF CPAS. (1998). Australian CPA. Melbourne, Australian Society of Certified Practising Accountants. BENSTON... Accounting and Society HOW THE ACOUNTING/FINANCIAL REPORTING REGULATIONS SHOULD PROTECT THE...
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History of The Australian Aboriginal People
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...Australian society as low-paid labourers with limited rights; many aborigine children were taken from their natural parents and given to foster parents to promote assimilation (The Columbia Electronic Encyclopaedia, 2006). The 1967 referendum for the first time gave the Commonwealth Government power to legislate for Aboriginal people. While in some ways this was of more symbolic than practical value, the result and after effects did signal the beginning of action and organisation at a national level. There is still considerable diversity in both culture and political life in Aboriginal Australia. While all Aboriginal people share a desire to retain their identity, a belief... History of The Australian...
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Australian Club and Gaming Management
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...Australian society. In 1998, 80 percent of Australians engaged in some form of gambling. In casinos on the Yarra (Melbourne), the Torrens (Adelaide), and the Derwent (Hobart), as well as in thousands of clubs and pubs and in the ubiquitous TABs, Australians are fixated on recreational gambling as part of their national birthright. These venues are touted as fun for all; in Victoria, where the state reaps a massive $600 million per annum in gambling revenues, the casino is hailed as a fun entertainment center for the whole family. The nation as a whole takes $4 billion in revenue from gambling. No wonder Australians are told that the family that gambles... Running Head: Australian Club and Gaming...
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Australian Values
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...Australian Values Australian Values appears here] of appears here] Australian Values In this modern society, the family is typically acknowledged as a nuclear family. There are various definitions of the family; according to Bessant and Watts (2002), the family consists of a maximum of two generations sharing the same residence, where the mother and father are married based on a sexual and love relationship, with biological children. The family stays together until the children reach independence and parts from the family to form a new nuclear family. Murdock (1949, p.1 citied in Baker 2001, p.80) labels the nuclear family as a "social group characterized by common residence, economic... Running Head:...
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AUSTRALIAN STUDIES
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...Australian experience of minimal music." 18 Sept 1999. 1 Dec 2005
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Societal impact on the health of the Indigenous Australian
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...Australian society. With so many factors contributing to the overall mental and physical break down of aboriginal culture, the decline in growth begins to become more understandable. Coupled along with the high rates... ? Societal impact on the health of the Indigenous Australian School Societal impact on the health of the Indigenous Australian Among theindigenous people of Australia there is a troubling trend of poor health and early death among adults and their desendants. Many popular theories that have sought to define this particular issue have focused solely on the health problems of the Australians. The purpose of this research paper will be to not only examine many of the leading causes of...
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Multicultural Society of Australia
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...society, diversity and multiculturalism. Australia's, stand on multiculturalism is very clearly presented in The Western Australian Charter of Multiculturalism which states "A just and fair society must be based on equality, respect for all its members and most importantly democracy." (OMI) Multiculturalism is the core essence of Australian society, which stimulates the society, economy and the politics of the country, based on the foundation of liberal democracy and pluralism, supporting ethnicity and cultural diversity. Multiculturalism is all encompassing, a wider and more open acceptance of people within the community and nation, with emphasis on us, not 'us' and 'them... Does Australia need a...
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Public Health Policy and Society
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...Australian society. Barraclough and Gardner (2008) are of the view that in the past years, there has been a marked increase in binge drinking among Australians. This has been looked at as a threat to the public health. According... Health policies guide the health practitioners to intervene in matters health. They also guide the public in matters of health. In other words, health policies inform health intervention measures. It acts as the framework that is used by the practitioners in the health sector to deal with issues pertaining to health (Squires, 2007). The practitioners are able to implement activities that are aimed at improving the health of the public. Public health sector has a myriad of pol...
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Tolerance Issues in Australia
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...Australian Society, Philip Adams questions the limits and reality of tolerance in Australian society. This essay will critically analyse Adams' discourse on tolerance/intolerance in Australia and attempt to answer the following question: is tolerance by its very nature conditioned and limited Tolerance, according to Adams, is an Australian social more and, on the surface, one of the nation's fundamental founding principles (Adams, 1997). An inherently multicultural and multiethnic society, tolerance is the glue which holds Australia together as a nation and, thus, Australians "cling to the idea of tolerance like mussels to a pier... In his "Introduction" to The Retreat from Tolerance, A Snapshot of...
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Australian Economy
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...Australian banks, making societies and praise unions and the Reserve Bank of Australia has conveyed an unpredicted one per cent slash in interest rates, mentioning heightened unsteadiness in fiscal markets and failing predictions for global development (Kennedy, 2009: 1). Another reason as to why the Australian economy remained successful is because the Australian economy trades significantly with Asia and particularly, China. Reserve Bank of Australia is responsible for changing comparative prices and the structure of the Australian economy. The RBA increased its cash rate... ? Australian Economy Introduction Australia has documented seventeen successive years of economic development ever since 1992,...
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Assimilation(white policy)
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...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 create an inclusive Australian society with common values, rights and beliefs. Assimilation in Australia is an appropriate policy considering its allowance for ten native people to maintain their cultural inclination, values and belonging. As such, assimilating people into the Australian culture allows people to keep their values and keep them for future generations to adopt and practice. This way, assimilation allows ways... Assimilation of minority groups in the...
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Corporate social responsibility and its theoretical foundations. Australian firms and CSR
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...society enhancing the brand image, employees will have more dedication to work for a company who works for mutual benefit of the society and the stakeholders especially the investor’s would be more confident. Australian Firms and CSR There are a lot of Australian companies who are listed amongst the more socially responsible organizations. BHP Billiton , Telstra, Rio Tinto , Pacific Hydro , Arup Australsia and many other corporations. BHP Billiton is Australia’s largest firm by market capitalization. It employees over 40,000 people all over the world which makes it rank... ? Introduction The term Corporate Social Responsibility though a invention of few decades back but has existed in various forms from...
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How has marriage reflected the changing status of women in Australian culture in the past century
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...Australian women have gone through periods where she was the property of the man, and her father could arrange a marriage between her and somebody else. She has seen periods where she was unable to initiate a divorce, and periods where she could initiate a divorce, yet had to show grounds, which made divorcing difficult. She has seen periods where she was discouraged to work outside the home, yet her work inside the home was not deemed valuable to society. She has been oppressed in bad marriages, yet had little recourse to leave. Finally, she has seen a period where she has entered the labor force... , therefore has money of her own, and this, in turn, has made her less beholden to the man she...
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Rabbit Proof Fence
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...society. In addition, the movie depicted how racism or racial profiling in 20th century Australia. It is evident that during this time, racism in Australian society looked like cancer in that it had no cure and it would have continued were it not for the effort of the three women to fight for justice. However, separation and exclusion is seen all around Australian aborigine children. It is clear that suspicion, fear... Rabbit Proof Fence summary The Rabbit proof fence movie is based on true life story of amazing endurance, racial prejudice, and agoraphobic desert vistas as three women walk over 1,000 miles to find their lost mothers in Australia during the 30s. It is important to note that the movie...
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Australian Indigenous People
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...Australian indigenous population to such problems as sexually transmitted diseases and alcoholism. The lack of HIV/AIDS education, prevention, and quality care on reservations has encouraged Australian indigenous population to migrate from reservations to urban areas. Indigenous population is similar to that of society at large, with men representing 82.6 percent of the cases and men who have sex with men constituting the largest segment of Australian indigenous AIDS cases, 5%. The second largest exposure category for male adult/adolescents is men who have sex with men and inject drugs, 17%. Since males account for the largest portion of AIDS cases for Australian indigenous... Running Head Australian...
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Marketing (Relevant to an Australian company)
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...Australian society, a lot of women drink socially. There should be some additions to the existing product line to suit women taste... Little Creatures Executive Summary The brewery seeks to consoli its position in the current Western Australian market and plans to enter into Southern region as well. The target segment is sophisticated 20-somethings - a segment thats straying from domestic brews in favour of imports, spirits and wine. Thus psychographic demographic segmentation will be used here. The company would charge premium price for the quality it provides. Intensive distribution strategy will be followed. Experiential Marketing will be used in its effort to use innovative promotional tools....
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Australia study (social and political cultures)
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...Australian and New Zealand Corps. In battle the soldiers from the ANZAC division showed remarkable bravery and determination to win the war. Over time within the war years the ANZAC tradition came to denote the very characteristics that defined these soldiers namely their courage, good humour, mateship, endurance, ingenuity and larrikinism (Howe, 1995). This tradition meant that the soldiers from the ANZAC division were perceived impervious to the class and cultural differences found in British society. This phrase not only has meaning in connection to the First World War... Australian language has evolved with certain traits of its own in seclusion to the rest of the English speaking world. Some of...
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Is the nature of crime in our society accurately presented by the media Discuss
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...Australian society is checked at all times. One of the most significant reasons why crime is being propagated lies... ID Lecturer Is the nature of crime in our society accurately presented by the media? Discuss. The media has got a huge responsibility of accurately portraying how crime is being manifested within any society of the world. This is because media is the basis of achieving success within the combating of crime and to make sure that criminals see wrath at the hands of the authorities. What is significant is how well crime is being handled and what kind of measures are in place to make sure that criminals do not get encouraged for a number of different reasons. Even though crime is being...
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Australia study
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...Australian society to indulge in sports, no matter who they are or where they live (Stewart, Nicholson & Hassan 2004). Also, considering the fact that a big chunk of the Australian population is concentrated on its coastline, water sports was an option easily accessible to many of the Australians (Stewart, Nicholson & Hassan 2004). During... of the of the Concerned 17 June Exam Answers There is no denying the fact that the nations around the world prefer to project a certain image of themselves, which is not only indicative of the official vantage point from which a nation views itself, but also an indication of the identities that manage to find a privileged place in the national story and those not so ...
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