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Indigenous Australians
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...Australian indigenous people. First and foremost, it can be observed that the Report of the Expert Panel (2012), suggest that the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are the first people to live in Australia but they were apparently excluded from the deliberations that led to the adoption of the Constitution. The constitution grants the rights to all citizens... A close reading of the articles given present various arguments for indigenous constitutional recognition. As such, this paper seeks to discuss and evaluate some of the arguments raised in different articles. The paper will also outline the prospects of success of this kind of constitutional recognition with regards to the case of...
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Young Australians & the U.N
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...Australians’ encourage youth to volunteer to join and express their views and be part of important decisions. This enables the youth to think positive and be a part of the community. As Adam Smith Said “I wouldn’t be the person I am today, or feel like I can take on the challenges I face without my experience in volunteering. I know my input can help shape the community and make a difference to other young people. Being... Youth are the future and major vigor for their country and the world. Youth portray their ability and willingness to be part of their societies. Problems faced by youth are numerous as culture and norms of society keeps changing. Organizations such as ‘The Foundations for young...
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Education for Indigenous Australians
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...Australians has been under scrutiny in recent times. This has been more glaring in a number of areas including academic achievements, intake and enrolment as well as participation. AESOC (2008) reckons that the representation of students in other areas in vocational education and training is also something to write about even though with pinch of salt. Regardless of some remarkable milestones, educational stakeholders both in government agencies and the private sector have expressed concerns about the sluggish pace at which reforms have unfolded. Often, many indigenous students drop out... ?Introduction Education is a key component to any sound economy and the quality of educational for indigenous...
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Indigenous Australians and social exclusion
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...Australians and Social Exclusion This paper articulates on social exclusion of the indigenous community in Australia. In essence, it analysis various significant disadvantages that are the root cause of the social exclusion, over and above, giving the reasons as to why the government has not been able to address the issue for over a decade. Introduction Social exclusion is the process whereby a rupture occurs in a social bond, in that the society fails to provide certain individuals, and groups with rights and benefits that are normally accessible to its preferred members such as employment, healthcare, housing and education among other necessities (Hunter, 2009). Social exclusion... ? Indigenous...
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Muslim Australians in Islamic Banking
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...Australians of Islamic banking. The research is well documented through out the literature and is divided into sections making it simpler and easily understandable by the reader. The paper starts off by giving a summary, under the Abstract heading, of what is contained in the paper. The author has under taken a survey with a sample of 300 Muslim Australians who were asked to answer a questionnaire with questions relating to Islamic banking and the respondents' willingness to purchase profit-and-loss sharing Islamic banking products. As the paper progresses, the author gives a brief history and overview of the Islamic... Critiquing the Academic Paper Summary This paper examines the awareness of Muslim...
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Steel Axes for Stone Age Australians
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...Australians Lauriston examines the effect of the development of steel axe on the Yir Yoront culture. Futhemore, he analyzes the impact of the simple innovation on the group’s religion and social structure. The author highlights an example pertaining to the cultural disruption that may appear when a foreign group interferes with the life of another group (Sharp 15). The article describes the anthropological customary position of noninvolvement in a community’s life while accounting for the missionary’s tendency of influencing the people’s daily life and decisions. The article indicates that initially the Yir Yoront group lacked knowledge concerning metals. Consequently... Task: Steel Axes for Stone Age...
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Increasing Physical Activity amongst Youth Australians
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...Australians Executive Summary A large number of the Australian youngsters between the ages of 7 and 15 are currently involved in aggressively activities. The research shows that kids aged 7-15 are prone to overweight and obesity. Australian parents involve their kids in active activities to keep them in healthy conditions. To help the parents curb this problem, provisions on how to involve the youngsters in physical are shared. The parents need to be conscious of what to do and what not to do. Increasing physical activity amongst youth Australians Since the 70’s and 80’s, research has shown that Australian kids between the ages of 7-16 tend to suffer... ? Increasing physical activity amongst youth...
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Health Promotion Framework: reducing harm done by tobacco for Australians
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...Australian population which includes risk factors for persistent diseases and the societal determinants causing and aggravating these diseases. One of the priorities which aim at reducing harm done by tobacco has been a matter of major focus for Australians since a long while... ? The department of Human Services (DHS) has developed a new Health Promotion Framework whose main aim is to promote health and wellbeing in Victoria. They have established state-wide health promotion priorities along with Vic health for the period from 2007 to 2012 which would provide an opportunity to improve overall health and reduce health inequalities. This framework aims at addressing the major health issues facing the...
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The Representation of Muslim Australians in the Media
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...Australian Media Muslims in Australia are a minority group comprising only a small percentage of the entire population. Given the limited interaction with the Muslim community, mass media forms the source of information about Muslims and how they perceive Islam for a bigger part of the Australian society. Media representation of Muslims therefore informs how the Australian audience perceives Muslims in the country. In this paper, it is argued that the purveyance of Muslims in most of the media in Australia is often a distortion of the reality brought about by media construction of the truth, stereotyping of Muslims and Islam in general and continuous negative reporting... ? Representation of Muslims in...
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Indigenous australians education opportunities in the current education system
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...Australians has been under scrutiny in recent times. This has been more glaring in a number of areas including academic achievements, intake and enrolment as well as participation. AESOC (2008) reckons that the representation of students in other areas in vocational education and training is also something to write about even though with pinch of salt. Regardless of some remarkable milestones, educational stakeholders both in government agencies and the private sector have expressed concerns about the sluggish pace at which reforms have unfolded. Often, many indigenous students drop out... Introduction Education is a key component to any sound economy and the quality of educational for indigenous...
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In what ways can the philosophy and practice of cultural proficiency offer solutions to unequal health outcomes for Indigenous Australians
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...Australians Introduction Indigenous Australians are descendants of the original inhabitants of the Australian continent and islands close by (Hastings, 2006). They are differentiated as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, both together constituting about 2.7% of Australia’s population (QCOSS, 2009). Indigenous Australians are the least healthy as compared to the remaining Australian population, with lower life expectancy at birth, and greater burden of illness including higher rates of mortality, disability, and hospitalization (O’Connor-Fleming & Parker, 2001). Further, Australia’s... The Philosophy and Practice of Cultural Proficiency Offers Solutions to Unequal Health Outcomes for Indigenous...
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1.Australians are very aware of the dangers of smoking. It is considered an anti-social and extremely unhealthy habit. However, in developing countries smoking is increasing at an alarming rate. Critically discuss why smoking is increasing
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...Australian continent and only emerged popularity on the event of the First World War. 1. Male and female smokers 2. Emergence of young adult smokers B. Though faced with financial crisis and unemployment, smokers from the developing countries are still increasing. 1. Age bracket 2. Income bracket 3. Effects of health campaigns against smoking and the impact of the increasing prices of commodities and cigarettes 4. Ages and reasons why one... Smoking in Developing Countries Smoking in Developing Countries I. The essay will describe the smoking trends in developing countries like Indonesia and Mexico compared to the trends in developed countries like Australia. II. A. Smoking was only introduced to the Aus...
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Investigate the ways in which gender roles and/or indigenous Australians and/or class are constructed in one area of media
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...Gender Roles and Media Introduction The media has a very crucial role in shaping the ideas and agenda of various issues in the society. Even though some media are based on fiction, such as television shows and films, they do have a bearing on the reality of life for most people. Media and especially mass media such as television and magazines have a way of portraying the two genders and their perceived roles. They set the agenda and the way people think about gender (Bordwell & Thompson, 20014). In the following article, entertainment magazines and films are analyzed in the various ways in which they depict gender and gender roles. The reason for choosing entertainment magazines... Roles and Media...
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Three methods of measuring the health of the Australian population and use these to compare the health status of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian adults
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...Australian population and use these to compare the health status of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian adults. Name Student ID deleted Edith Cowan University HST1111: Population Health Tutor: Dr Shelley Beatty Date Table of Contents Introduction 3 Mortality and Life Expectancy 4 Circulatory Diseases 4 Health Risk Factors 5 Conclusion 6 References 8 Introduction Population health study focuses on understanding health status in a community. The statistics help improve the health and well-being of the people through health approaches that aim at addressing the differences in health status in various social groups.( Australian Institute of Health... Three methods of measuring the health of the...
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...Australians and Indonesians predominantly share the same manifestations of nonverbal expressions on facial expressions (winking, staring, smiling, demonstration of feelings), vocal paralanguage, touch and concept of time and distance; except on the following areas: Facial Expression – Glance: The respondents composed of 20 Australians and 20 Indonesians differ in perception of this non verbal... FINDINGS The questionnaire was clearly subdivided according to the channels of non-verbal communication, to wit: facial expressions, the clues in our voices ("vocal paralanguage"), hand gestures, body movements ("kinesics"), touch ("haptics"), and personal space. From the abovementioned channels, both Australia...
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HSIE
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...Australians. The field trip was accomplished on the 10th of August and took place at the Australian Museum. My experience during the field trip included note-taking on what I was able to see and observe during the field trip. In addition, I also attended group meetings and I sent messages to members via mobile phone SMS text messages and calls. In this assessment, I was also able to experience and participate in the making of the power point presentation. Activities involved in the activity included the following: designing the layout of the presentation, its animation, and photos; and placing the information that the other group members... Reflection for HSIE The topic that was chosen was Indigenous...
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Response
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...Australians. 2. Why do they “complicate the dichotomy between Europe and the rest of the world”? Because society differ from one another, even if the societies seem to have some common features, such as their historical domination over indigenous populations and the processes by which older political ‘settlement’ are being unsettled in the recent years in the face of dynamic and renewed indigenous challenge. They are not distinguishable from other kinds of (post) colonial societies (Curthoys, p.20). 3. Do you agree with Curthoy’s argument... Discussion Questions How do so-called “white settler colonies” (the Northern and Southern Americas, Australasia and to some extent Southern Africa) differ from...
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Cross-cultural management
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...Australian organizations especially coping up with the native managers. This paper investigates the historical background, and causes of the immigration of these communities, sorts out the cultural problems and provides recommendations. Findings of this paper report that all the three communities in question i.e. Lebanese Australians... Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Communities in Australia – A Dilemma for the Natives and the Immigrants Executive Summary Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities are making a strong impact especially upon the business and economic activities in Australia. Those immigrant communities face various cultural and linguistic problems when working in the...
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Cross-cultural management
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...Australian organizations especially coping up with the native managers. This paper investigates the historical background, and causes of the immigration of these communities, sorts out the cultural problems and provides recommendations. Findings of this paper report that all the three communities in question i.e. Lebanese Australians... Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Communities in Australia – A Dilemma for the Natives and the Immigrants Executive Summary Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities are making a strong impact especially upon the business and economic activities in Australia. Those immigrant communities face various cultural and linguistic problems when working in the...
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Australian Healthcare System
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...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 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, gender, culture and ethnicity, educational background, disability and socioeconomic status(Cerasa,2011).For instance, several studies confirm that Indigenous Australians get lower standards of healthcare when compared to the rest of the Australian...
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Affluenza: The new illness in Australia
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...Australian masses as to the amount of money that they need to live a fulfilled life is based less on the historical and international realities and more on their innate beliefs and desires. Australians associate happiness with affluence, which is not necessarily true. According to Clive Hamilton, more and more Australian families are attributing happiness to the possession of material entities. In the article ‘Affluenza: The new illness in Australia?’ published in Brisbane Line on 23 July 2005, Hamilton systematically intends to dissect this new social... of the of the Concerned 7 November 2009 ‘Affluenza: The new illness in Australia?’ INTRODUCTIONIn the contemporary scenario, the perception of the...
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Comparative and contrast between The United State Of America and Australia
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...Australians and Americans. It has also given both nations a strong feeling of independence and self-sufficiency. These ideals can be seen glamorized by stereotypes such as John Wayne and Crocodile Dundee in the American and Australian cinema. While these characters are stereotypes, they do give insight into virtues both Australians and Americans value, namely, toughness, resiliency and independence. While geography can influence the character of a group of people, other things such as the history and the development of a national identity can be even greater determinants of character... The United s of America and Australia have several key elements of their culture in common. They are both former...
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Cross-cultural management
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...Australian census revealed that the number of Lebanese Australians living in the country stood at 125, 564 people. Out of this number, 52.5% of the population were comprised of males whereas the remaining 47.5% were comprised of females. These people are mostly found in the states of Victoria (20%) or New South Wales (75%) (Chapman, 2007... Cross-Cultural Management Background of the Lebanese people The Lebanese people first settled in the New South Wales province first when they came to Australia in the late 19th century (Aslan, 2009). They came to Australia in order to escape the religious, financial and political persecutions that were taking place in their country that was under the Ottoman Empire...
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...Australians who develop diabetes per day, which matches Robotham’s statement that 100,000 Australians develop diabetes annually. Differences While both Cresswell’s and Robotham’s articles have many similarities, they also have some differences. First, Cresswell discusses in his article a study in 1999 to 2000 involving 11, 247 participants while Robotham did not mention this at all. Second, Cresswell also mentions that aside from the 275 individuals who develop diabetes daily, there are already one millions Australians who have the disease. Robotham does not mention this in her article... Comparison of Articles on Diabetes in Australia Similarities Adam Cresswell and Julie Robotham discuss the diabetes...
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Crosscultural Miscommunication
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...Australians and Canadians are explored to identify their similarities and differences against the GLOBE framework. It is seen that negotiation skills are of primary importance for any leadership position across all kinds of businesses and it determines the success of the business to a large extent. Negotiation is of relevance when there is a need to achieve common goals and the same needs to be communicated to the other parties. Also, when communication and personality differences are identified, need for negotiation can arise. In such situations, the participants are required to have a clear idea of the goals needed to achieve and also be aware... Introduction- Globalization has indeed made...
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Feature pitch
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...Australians into sports and physical fitness. Most of the Australians who go out to exercise want to keep fit or pass time, or both. Other factors include peer pressure, the need to lose weight and general well-being. However, a recent research by the Standing Committee on Recreation and Sports Research Group reveals that only 29% of the Australian population engages in sports and physical fitness. Summary This story – 400 words – gives a critical insight into the state of Australia’s physical fitness... and the level of participation in sports. Only one third of Australians take part in physical fitness activities and sports. Keeping fit and recreation are the main...
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Sociology Written Review - 1000 words - Materials Provided (PART 2)
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...Australian... Critical Review: Civil Society and Communities By Michael Pusey (from the book The Experience of Middle Australia) Michael Pusey’s Civil Society and Communities, a chapter which forms part of his book The Experience of Middle Australia, essays the impact of economic reforms undertaken in the country in the eyes of 400 individuals belonging to the middle class. In stressing his point that economic reforms had weaken and diminished community life, Pusey utilised the data inputted by these individuals to understand how economic changes brought about by economic reforms had influenced, altered, and differentiated the perspectives and impressions of Middle Australia on the different aspects of...
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News Story
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...Australians participate in Sports A new report filed by the Standing Committee on Recreation and Sport Research Group reveals that health and enjoyment are the two main reasons why Australians participate in sports. Speaking to reporters after the launch of the report, Peter McKay, the Group’s chairperson, said that most people participated in sporting activities in order to maintain their physical fitness or as pastime activity. In effect, sports provided a major leisure activity for most Australians. “This possibly explains why few Australians are engaged in professional sports,” said Peter McKay. McKay further stated...
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Short Essay (What is Affluenza)
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...Australian dream (Hamilton & Denniss, 2005). Discussion In explaining what they meant by ‘affluenza’, Professor Clive Hamilton and Richard Denniss begin by citing figures in the Australian economy. According to them, the country’s economy grew by $25 billion. In spite of this growth, there exists gross under-funding of education, health and transport. The two authors point out that Australians are so occupied with posh life that they forget their core role in providing essential services. Actually, they write that ‘Australians today have real incomes three times higher than 1950’ (Hamilton... What is Affluenza al Affiliation Introduction In the past three decades, the Western society has been greatly...
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Australia study
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...Australian national story and history (Flannery 2002). This in no way means that these identities do not love Australia, or they have not adapted to the Australian landscape or that they pine for some bygone ancestors who hailed from some remote regions in Europe (Flannery 2002). Certainly, these identities are authentically Australian and are today as much a part of the Australian essentials and moorings as the identities that get... 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...
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Current health issues in relation to the Australian Health Care System
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...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 or she can even begin to feel that life is not worth living and attempt suicide. Health Issue Statistics e.g. Incidence According to the Australian Bureau... Current Health Issues in Relation to the...
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Should Australia accept Refugees
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...Australians do not agree with the entry of refugees in their country. Reasons for this are varied. Nevertheless refugees should be accepted in Australia because they have the right for protection and they could contribute to the country’s strong economy. To most Australians, they look at refugees as illegal. Most believe that since they do not have the legal papers permitting their stay, they should not be accepted. However, Australia... ? Should Australia accept refugees? By Presented to Should Australia accept Refugees? Australia is among the several Western countries with the highest number of refugees for the past several years. In fact, they have humanitarian programs for refugees. However, most...
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Globalization
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...Australian economic stimulus package, worth about $50 billion and including targeted stimuli for renewable energy and pension, demonstrates the degree of interaction between political actors on the one hand and business, industry and economic actors on the other (Economy Watch). Global business creates a situation, in this case an economic meltdown. The state has to respond, but they have multiple stakeholders. Contributing to renewable energy is partially responsible state policy, but it is also partially patronage to energy firms; however, the states action here is not neutral, as most state actors are. $500 million to renewable energy is a $500 million advantage that...
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Child Care Aboriginal Australia
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...Australian government and taken to white settlements into an attempt to assimilate, or integrate, white and Aboriginal cultures. For the most part, many of these children never saw their parents or relatives again. The "lost generation" has been the subject of most contemporary Aboriginal literature. Most noticeably, Doris Pilkington's Rabbit Proof Fence tells the story of three girls escape from the white society in which they were placed and return to their Aboriginal reservations. "Assimilation" refers to the attempts of white Australian... Terms The term "stolen generation" refers to black aboriginal children and children of mixed marriages who were removed from their Aboriginalhomes by the...
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Cultural experience
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...Australian population, (4 million people) speak other languages other than English (Griffiths 2010). The country also allows the freedom of religion. For instance, when one drives along the streets of Sidney, he or she is amazed to see mosques at different locations in the city. Al-Zahra Mosque is one among the many mosques in the country that a friend of mine once attended to learn of the Islamic mode of prayers. The Mosque is located in Australia’s capital Sydney and acts as a place of worship for the Muslim... ?Creative Reflective Essay New Cultural Experience Australia stands out as one of the most diverse countries in the world. A recent report commissioned by AMP ranked Australia as the second most ...
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Australia study
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...Australian national story and history (Flannery 2002). This in no way means that these identities do not love Australia, or they have not adapted to the Australian landscape or that they pine for some bygone ancestors who hailed from some remote regions in Europe (Flannery 2002). Certainly, these identities are authentically Australian and are today as much a part of the Australian essentials and moorings as the identities... 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...
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Current health issues in relation to the Australian Health Care System
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...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 she can even begin to feel that life is not worth living and attempt suicide. Health Issue Statistics e.g. Incidence According to the Australian... ? Current Health Issues in Relation to the...
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Disability
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...Australian Bureau of Statistics reported that 18% of Australians has a disability while 14% of Australians are handicapped. Therefore, disability policies have been established in Australia in order to preserve the rights of disabled people. The Disability Advisory Council of Australia (DACA) was set up in 1983. The primary role of DACA was to provide advisory services to Commonwealth Government regarding all aspects of the policies which are formulated in the interest of disabled people. The response of the results of 1983 Review of Handicapped programs was The Disability Services Act, 1986. It provided legal basis to the organizations for funding... Disability; Policies and Paramedics. In 1993,...
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Australia should accept refugees, do you agree or disagree
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...Australians do not agree with the entry of refugees in their country. Reasons for this are varied. Nevertheless refugees should be accepted in Australia because they have the right for protection and they could contribute to the country’s strong economy. To most Australians, they look at refugees as illegal. Most believe that since they do not have the legal papers permitting their stay, they should not be accepted. However, Australia... Should Australia accept refugees? By Presented to Should Australia accept Refugees? Australia is among the several Western countries with the highest number of refugees for the past several years. In fact, they have humanitarian programs for refugees. However, most Aus...
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Australia
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...Australian culture is essentially Western although it is influenced by its geographic continent together with the inputs of the Aboriginal people and the Torres Strait Islanders. There have been various multiethnic migrations that followed the colonization of Australia by the British. English is the predominant language in Australia, and the country practices Westminster governance system. When it comes to religion, Christianity is more dominant in the country. There is a variety of sports that have grown popularity in Australia; these are rugby and cricket, and the most significant evidence for this is the present Anglo-Celtic heritage. Despite these, Australia comes out a host of other... May 11th...
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Korea and australia hofstede cultural differences
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...Australians are used to a lower power distance between individuals than Koreans. Dassan Ltd. would therefore do well to cultivate an attitude of self respect and equality among... Applying Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions Theory to A Korean Firm Entering the Car Manufacturing Industry in Australia of the of the Institution Applying Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions Theory to A Korean Firm Entering the Car Manufacturing Industry in Australia Introduction In this group report we are going to simulate a case of a South Korean auto manufacturing company, Dassan Limited wanting to open up car manufacturing facilities in Australia. The opening of a business in a new country is not without risk and in this connectio...
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Korea and australia hofstede cultural differences
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...Australians are used to a lower power distance between individuals than Koreans. Dassan Ltd. would therefore do well to cultivate an attitude of self respect and equality among... ? Applying Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions Theory to A Korean Firm Entering the Car Manufacturing Industry in Australia of the of theInstitution Applying Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions Theory to A Korean Firm Entering the Car Manufacturing Industry in Australia Introduction In this group report we are going to simulate a case of a South Korean auto manufacturing company, Dassan Limited wanting to open up car manufacturing facilities in Australia. The opening of a business in a new country is not without risk and in this...
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Modern Aboriginal Literature
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...Australian’s modern Aboriginal literature has grown and now receives both national and international attention. This is a big stride given that its usefulness was at once facing relegation from the literature world. The growth of Aboriginal literature is far much reaching effect on social, political, and cultural contexts (Munkelt, 2013). This effect has come of age due to the exceeding popularity of its original works, which have come out to mark an indelible purpose in the literature context. Alexis highlights the literature of Aboriginal resistance, the literature of heroism, triumph, and survival against all odds. In this modern time, Alexis novel Politics... of Writing explains that she...
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The Current Health Status of Aboriginal Australian Population
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...Australian Populations A Report Introduction It is widely known, according to Morrissey (2003), that the “health status of Indigenous Australians is greatly inferior to that of the non-Indigenous population and that this is most clearly demonstrated by their much shorter life expectancy” (as cited in Carpenter & Tait, 2009, 29). Aboriginal Australians, more particularly, endure more infirmities, are more prone to suffer from disability or impairment and poor wellbeing, and, consequently, will die much earlier than non-Aboriginal Australians (Carpenter & Tait, 2009). According to Connor-Fleming and Parker (2001), Aboriginal Australians... ?Running Head: Nursing The Current Health Status of Aboriginal...
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Australia
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...Australians A. The aboriginal culture is rich and timeless in tradition B. Australias Egalitarian society III. Speaking of Australia A. What is strine? B. Speaking English... History of Australia Composition Outline THESIS: Australia has one of the most bustling and interesting cultures in theworld. Yet the history and culture of Australia is not well known to the world that is why this paper aims to introduce Australia to a generation of people who otherwise would not know anything about the rich heritage of the country and its people. I. The History of Australia A. The aboriginals were the first settlers in Australia B. England colonized Australia and turned it into a penal colony II. Meet the Aus...
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Observing People of Different Cultures
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...Australian. I usually have this thinking that Australians look untidy based on their history as a people. In the high school, I learned that some British outlaws were sent to Australia in the 1700s (Australia.gov.au, “European Discovery”). These people later made their own living and succeeded to make their land useful... . Nevertheless, their background affected the way they carried themselves in society. Unlike the educated English people who dress up formally in front of others, the Australian settlers dress up ruggedly, in consideration of their socio-political status. Thus, when I saw the man at the airport, I sensed that he is an Australian, seeing that...
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...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 little better in many ways. Assimilation has been unsuccessful in terms of the lasting effects it has had on the Aboriginal people. Cultural assimilation refers to the process whereby a minority culture gradually becomes absorbed into another established community, often adopting the customs, speech... , and other characteristics of the dominant community. This can be...
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Maternal & infant health (for Australia's Indigenous Peoples)
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...Australian People Since the time Europeans have colonised Australia, the Indigenous Australians have suffered severe catastrophic effects through several ways. From the perspective of Indigenous Australians, several historical events have influenced the current Australian society. Because of colonisation and implementation of various government legislations and policies, the Indigenous Australians lost their cultural identity and became disempowered. These policies worked against the interests of people of Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islands and helped pastoralists and other such groups who spread across Australia rapidly setting up stations and farms by using... ?Maternal Health of Indigenous...
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Professor Megan Davis invites us to consider whether it is possible to 'marry two diametrically opposed rituals - the Constitution and Aboriginal history - in a way that does not offend what is impermissible hindsight when it comes to race relations
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...Australians Introduction Indigenous Australians have been suffering from poor socioeconomic indicators because of decades of prejudice anddiscrimination. The community has been suffering from high rates of crime and poverty which has led to the development of numerous problems. The Australian constitution has failed to recognize the indigenous Australians. This debate has sparked numerous legal principles which will be discussed in this paper. Analysis Indigenous Australians are discriminated in the legal jurisdiction because they have not been recognized as the first people according to the law. This has been in sharp contrast to other countries like New Zealand, Canada, and the United... Indigenous...
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Health Priorities in Australia
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...Australian government has been working on improving the health of Australians for many years and there have been several priorities that have been defined by the government. These include musculoskeletal diseases, asthma, cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular conditions, injury prevention and mental health (Browne et. al., 2000). Other than these six primary areas there are other issues which range from improving the diet of children to making sure that adults are getting enough exercise. These areas may have a level of overlap within the six priority areas... Health Priorities in Australia Introduction Public health is a relatively new field in terms of development and government attention. However, the...
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