Indigenous Australians
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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… The constitution grants the rights to all citizens and it is designed to ensure that that equality and equity prevail among all citizens regardless of race disparities. However, it has been…
Young Australians & the U.N
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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… I know my input can help shape the community and make a difference to other young people. Being a Committee member will give the individual a valuable…
Education for Indigenous Australians
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Education is a key component to any sound economy and the quality of educational for indigenous 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…
Indigenous Australians and social exclusion
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Indigenous Australians and Social Exclusion Name Institution Abstract 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.…
Muslim Australians in Islamic Banking
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This paper examines the awareness of Muslim 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.… In the next section, the author…
Steel Axes for Stone Age Australians
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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… The article indicates that initially the Yir Yoront group lacked knowledge concerning metals. Consequently, the group’s culture observed a technology characterized by customary…
Increasing Physical Activity amongst Youth Australians
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Increasing physical activity amongst youth Australians Name Institution 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.… Increasing physical activity amongst youth Australians Since the 70’s…
Health Promotion Framework: reducing harm done by tobacco for Australians
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This framework aims at addressing the major health issues facing the 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.… Smoking can be…
The Representation of Muslim Australians in the Media
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Representation of Muslims in Australian Media Name Professor University Date Abstract 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.…
Indigenous australians education opportunities in the current education system
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Education is a key component to any sound economy and the quality of educational for indigenous 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. … Education for the indigenous Australians is a thorny issue. Indeed, career majors…
In what ways can the philosophy and practice of cultural proficiency offer solutions to unequal health outcomes for Indigenous Australians
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They are differentiated as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, both together constituting about 2.7% of Australia’s population (QCOSS,… They still struggle against discrimination in all areas including health and social care. Australia’s Aboriginal population teaches two contrasting truths: “the crucial significance of culture in people’s lives” (O’Hagan,…
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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IV. A conclusion that can be made with regards to the essay would be that smoking besides being an addicting habit has also a negative impact towards the non-smokers. This realization have been the tool as to why government and private organizations have started their campaigns… Tobacco smoking became ubiquitous country-wide only after a century that it was…
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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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… The reason for choosing entertainment magazines is that they are mostly read by people who may not look at the content in a critical way and so they take whatever information (explicit…
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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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… the indigenous people are defined “as an individual of Torres Strait Islander or Aboriginal origin that identifies as a Torres Strait Islander or Aboriginal and…
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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… The respondents composed of 20 Australians and 20 Indonesians differ in perception of this non…
HSIE
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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… All in all, I assisted in putting the power point presentation into a coherent group presentation. In addition, my role was to do complete the dot point that stated the task to ‘provide a brief…
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How do so-called “white settler colonies” (the Northern and Southern Americas, Australasia and to some extent Southern Africa) differ from other postcolonial nations? Interestingly, more and more British moved in to establish their first settlement in Australia. One of… continuity: It is the only nation on earth that inhabits the same land, bears the same…
Cross-cultural management
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Title 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.… Findings of this paper report that all the three communities in question…
Cross-cultural management
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Those immigrant communities face various cultural and linguistic problems when working in the Australian organizations especially… e Australians, Filipino Australians and Afghani Australians, all have completely distinct cultural background and they find themselves in greatest of the difficulties in coping up with the working condition that are supplied to…
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…
Affluenza: The new illness in Australia
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In the contemporary scenario, the perception of the 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. … In ‘Affluenza: The new illness in…
Comparative and contrast between The United State Of America and Australia
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They are both former colonies of the United Kingdom, they both possess vast geographic areas and they both have democratically elected governments. These two nations share many… This relative isolation allowed both nations to develop largely without constant interference from the established powers of the 18th and 19th centuries. Being left to sort out their…
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Both articles talk about the study involving 6,000 participants back in 2004 to 2005. According to both authors, that study shows that there had been an increase in the average weight and average waist… more, the authors also emphasize that the number of individuals that develop diabetes would mean an increase in government expenses to fight the disease.…
Cross-cultural management
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Name Institution Date 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 (Chapman, 2007).…
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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… Only one third of Australians take part in physical fitness activities and sports. Keeping fit and recreation are the main motivations for the Australians that…
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