Ethnic Conflict And The Australian Media

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Ethnic conflict and the Australian media - Making ...

Jakubowicz, Andrew and Seneviratne, Kalinga “Ethnic Conflict and the Australian Media”, 1996. by Andrew Jakubowicz and Kalinga Seneviratne Australian Centre for ...

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Media Representations and Responsibilities: Psychological ...

Media Representations and Responsibilities: Psychological Perspectives An Australian Psychological Society Paper prepared in 2000 by a Working

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RACISM AND PREJUDICE - Australian Psychological Society

RACISM AND PREJUDICE Psychological Perspectives • Executive Summary • Summary of Recommendations • Introduction • Constructions of race, racism and

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Becoming an Australian citizen - Australian Citizenship Day

1 Australian citizenship is a common bond for all Australians, whether by birth or by choice. Becoming an Australian citizen is about joining a

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Cultural Diversity and Mental Health - Response Ability

© Commonwealth of Australia 2005 1 response ability Multiculturalism It is important to acknowledge that Australia has not been tolerant of ethnic or ...

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Indigenous Australians’ Attitudes Towards ...

Vol 13 No 4 Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues 19 Indigenous Australians’ Attitudes Towards Multiculturalism, Cultural Diversity, ‘Race’ and Racism

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State Failure and the Clash of Civilisations: An ...

STATE FAILURE AND THE CLASH OF CIVILISATIONS 197 elements of Huntington’s theory, and the debate surrounding it, that are relevant to the questions asked in this study.

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The Representation of Islam and Muslims in the Media

The Representation of Islam and Muslims in the Media (The Age and Herald Sun Newspapers) Dr Shahram Akbarzadeh and Dr Bianca Smith School of Political and Social Inquiry

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School of Humanities and Social Sciences Fields of Supervision

P, M, H Professor David Walker • Australian representations of Asia, 1850 to the present • Map iconography in Australia, 1880 to the present

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REFUGEES—THE FACTS - Refugee Action

much less than 1% of the increase to the Australian population by birth and migration in a given year. Refugees currently make up just 6.6% of the places

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