Migrants,refugees, and Australian society
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“It is better to be defeated on principle than to be defeated on lies1”, “ 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… “It is better to…
Is death denied in contemporary Australian society
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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.… There is a balance to be struck between offering medical interventions, and offering relief…
Is death denied in contemporary Australian society Provide examples to support your argument
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Is death denied in contemporary 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.… The emergence of hospices and palliative…
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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In order to better understand the implications of this claim, it is firstly important to define socially engineered policies as public policies which are designed to satisfy a… Added to that, if Australia’s immigration policy was socially engineered as this research will try to establish, the country was hardly unique in this regard. Indeed, it would not be…
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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Whereas it had previously adhered to a discriminatory pro-immigration policy which sought the maintenance of an Anglo-Saxon/Caucasian majority which… Despite the said change, primarily instigated by a somewhat dramatic shift in national immigration policies, the current ethnic composition of Australian society has largely been influenced by the views and…
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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Britain and Britons form a major part of the Australian historical landscape whose effects have trickled down to the present day Australia’s… A good and profound example is the Head of State who is the current Queen of England. The other is the Union Jack symbol in the Australian flag. Many Australians as at the WWII either descended from Britain or were…
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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A key driver in this performance and growth is Australia’s education and training system where the Vocational Education and Training… T system is noted to be among the world’s most sophisticated systems as it is not only industry-led where the various concerns impacting the society and industry shape it, but is also nationally managed and is focused on the…
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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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… Problematic historical circumstances and the resultant social conditions lead to…
Associations such as the ACM and the Australian Computer Society have developed code of ethics for computing professionals
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Late last century, we saw the rapid rise of Information Technology, replacing erstwhile manufacturing based industrial societies into knowledge based ones. With this transformation came attendant risks and threats to security of information. This aspect of the new digital age… Organisations such as Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) and Australian…
Australian government business relations
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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').…
Australian Literature
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https://studentshare.mcemcw.com/document-host/update?id=301751… This book review demonstrates the concepts of the Australian literature. The central theme of its novels is tabooed conflict in human relations. Mudrooroo is famous for his novel “Wild Cat Falling”, which was published in 1965 and reviewed as a remarkable piece of literature expressing the…
Australian Environmental History
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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 European settlers (e.g.… Forest history and heritage studies have received considerable attention in both the academic…
Australian Media
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Australian media is among the few others in the global domain which 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.… The media coverage offered a concrete context for a national…
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…
Australian Globalization
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This essay deals with the process of globalization in Australia. According to the professor Steger, Globalization involves international integration which arises due to the interchange of ideas, world views, products and other cultural aspects.… Global movement of ideas, people and commodities increases significantly during the 19th century. Development of new…
Australian Immigration Policies Essay
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An overview of Calwell’s background contributes to a more solid understanding of his political temperament and the rationale behind his immigration policies. A staunch Roman Catholic of Irish descent, Calwell was a member of the Australian Labour Party from his early youth. … Within the party, his evident energetic commitment to public service and his active…
AUSTRALIAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
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Why do we need a criminal justice system? (name) (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…
Analysis Australian industries
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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… 350). In fact the Australian per capita GDP is better than Britain, France and Germany. Australia always maintained a position in the top 20 developed…
Australian Immigration Policies
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There is little, if any doubt, that Australia's immigration policy was a socially engineered one. In order to better understand the implications of this claim, it is firstly important to define socially engineered policies as public policies which are designed to satisfy a specific societal purpose or lead to well-defined social outcomes.… Indeed, it would not…
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…
The Australian Welfare State from 1945 to 1996
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In this article “The Australian Welfare State from 1945 to 1996” the author analyzes the changes that took place over this period of time and its implications. He also outlines here that what changes need to take place in order to achieve greater income equality.… An overview of the history shows the different changes that were taken place by different…
Gender and Australian Law
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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.… Australian society and evidence of discrimination: Gender inequality is a matter of regular experience in…
Australian Healthcare System
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One of the finest healthcare systems in the world is found in Australia; nevertheless, it has several problematic areas linked to health inequity and disparities in accessing health services(Kebede-Francis,2011) .Some of the causative factors to such inequalities comprise age,… ,2012).Regardless of the fact that the Australian government has been endeavoring…
Australian VET System and Social Concerns
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Australian VET System and Social Concerns Name: Institution: Instructor: Course Code: 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.…
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