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AT LARGE IN AUSTRALIA'S BUSHLANDS OF YORE

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More often, Papua New Guineans have sought to blend old and new religions. Women dress smartly, but casually, and seldom wear pants. This paper was presented by Pam Gatenby at the IFLA International Newspaper Conference 2008 which was held at the National Library of Singapore. Gans (1996) suggests that the sociologist David Riesman gave ethnicity a new and salient meaning in the 20th century. There has been a fair measure of interchange and cooperation between Australian researchers in the field of migration and ethnic relations for many years, although this has been mainly concerned with domestic issues.

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A Commonwealth of Thieves: The Improbable Birth of Australia

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Cooks are difficult to find, but most servants can prepare breakfast and lunch if they are sufficiently trained. This article describes the AskNow chat reference service and its operation from 2002 to 2010. Western Australia is a vast State covering 250 million hectares of some of the most ancient landscapes you'll find anywhere in the world: rugged gorges, tropical reefs, towering forests, woodlands, white beaches and 12,500 kilometres of coastline.

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Egypt-Downunder: BECOMING AUSTRALIAN

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Readers are encouraged to visit the Department of State's web site at http://travel.state.gov/ for the most recent information available on travel to this country. This "White Australia Policy" was aimed primarily at combating the perceived "yellow peril" represented by immigrants from neighboring Asian countries. J., A Multi-cultural Society for the Future, Immigration Reference Paper, Australian Government Publishing Service (AGPS), Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 1973.

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Australian Diplomat

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Australia has often achieved impressive results at the elite level Sports Tournaments. National Aboriginal Conference hosts an Australian meeting of the World Council of Indigenous People. Most postwar non-British immigrants have gone initially into industrial employment and many have stayed there. Television exercises its greatest power over those who do not hold strong opin­ions or who have no opinion or information about a particular topic or group of people.

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The Quest for Kaitiakitanga: The Ancient Maori Secret from

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Charles Taylor claims that “we have no choice but to be cosmopolitan and patriots” (ibid, 121). My old friends and acquaintances with secure jobs are not lacking anything. Social workers, police, youth workers, doctors, nurses, teachers and other services all face clients of whom one-quarter were born overseas (approximately 55 per cent of them non-English) and a further 20 per cent of whom have at least one parent born overseas.

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Full Circle

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In 1994-95, the United Kingdom was the largest source country (as it always has been) with 10,689 entrants (12.2 per cent of the total inflow); followed by New Zealand, 10,498 (12 per cent); Former Yugoslav Republics, 6665 (7.6 per cent); Vietnam, 5097 (5.8 per cent); and Hong Kong, 4135 (4.7 per cent). The explanatory issue that has interested political and social scientists concerns ethno-nationalist sentiment, the paradigm case of a pro-national attitude.

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Leaving Australia

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Why was it Sir Robert Menzies who laid the Library’s foundation stone 50 years ago on March 31, 1966? Surges of nationalism tend to present a morally ambiguous, and for this reason often fascinating, picture. “National awakening” and struggles for political independence are often both heroic and cruel; the formation of a recognizably national state often responds to deep popular sentiment but sometimes yields inhuman consequences, from violent expulsion and “cleansing” of non-nationals to organized mass murder.

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The Man Who Owns the News: Inside the Secret World of Rupert

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That is, because Australian multiculturalism expressly incorporates ethnic difference the space of the national, it provides a framework for a politics of over the very content of the national culture, which is no longer imagined as something fixed and historically given but as something in the process of becoming. So many Hazara labourers made their way to cities where they found their way into the lower stratum of society, doing the menial tasks that no one else wanted to do.

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Other Anzacs: Nurses at War 1914-1918

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However, video tapes can be rented and satellite television us available. Andrea Witcomb has argued that during this period economic rationalism became central to the development of new museums, since they become fundamental to then current urban renewal projects.64 Witcomb states: New forms of economic investment reinvigorate obsolete sites and in the process give back its historical significance in representational form. McDonald (1997) has argued that very low fertility in many advanced countries results from differential levels of gender equity.

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Life of Lieut-General the Hon. Sir Andrew Clarke, G. C. M.

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Although the deeper philosophical assumptions in the arguments stem from the communitarian tradition, weakened forms have also been proposed by more liberal philosophers. The same goes for internal redistribution within major cities. She was awarded a Public Service Medal in 2013 for outstanding public service to public administration and law in leadership roles in the Australian Capital Territory and the Commonwealth. The new post-coup constitution went into effect in July 1990.

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