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Other exports include fish (7.2%) and gold (7.0%). Ethnicity-specific trends showed no disparities between non-Hispanic Whites and Blacks in the early 1960s, while later surveys showed wide racial/ethnic differences; Whites, both men and women, had a lower mean waist circumference. In acknowledging the essential place of ginger in Australian cooking, 'orange and ginger salad' was on the menu in 1984 at The Wharf restaurant in Sydney.

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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. There are frequent and ample opportunities for teachers to use ethnic and cultural content to illustrate concepts, themes, and principles in the social studies, the language arts, and in music.

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Hold over government, struggle for jobs, land scarcity, and population influx have thus intensified the historical differences between Assamese and Bengali into violent ethnic antagonisms in Assam. Stereotypes surface when you are with a group of people and you hear them affirming that, for example, “all Aboriginals are lazy”. Adolescents are often particularly receptive to emotion, and at the same time may be just beginning to understand the nature and effect of intense feeling.

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But the very existence of the hyphenated American points to another characteristic of American national identity: its fundamental future-orientedness, its orientation towards an idealised social destiny. However, the country has no refining capacity and in 2002, its production was totally exported. However, some of these elements are subjective and, as such, open to various interpretations and understandings, as the various studies carried out by the United nations on this question show.

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Olga Lah and Mr Antony Tomazin can announce successful completion of negotiations for the extension to the Slovenian Lawn cemetery area at Rookwood. NGIC law enforcement partners report that gangs in their jurisdiction are frequently using the Internet to recruit and communicate with gang members throughout the region, nationwide, and in Central and South America. In performance contexts the audience is expected to be silent and attentive.

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At the time of Federation in 1901, a change in eating and cooking styles reflected new values. A pervasive myth is that the extended family does not exist and that society is composed of nuclear families cut off from extended kin. The Australian Department of Industry, Tourism and Resources is the key organisation which looks after the overall growth of the Australian industry. These theoretical considerations may be linked in a very concrete way with questions about what it means to be an Australian.

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By the end of 2004, there were 7,627 refugees (all of whom were Indonesians), 198 asylum seekers, and 135 others of concern to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). If we ally Anderson's notion of the imagined community with the acknowledgement that settler societies begin their struggle for a separate identity with the raw material of the national culture brought by the settlers, then we can understand that the White Australia policy was, in the first instance, a policy and reflects the new nation-state's search for a national identity in a European culture and a British-based racial homogeneity (which inevitably implies the exclusion of racial/cultural Others).

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Direct links are implied between the pioneering Kastellorizian Auguste and those that came after, such as the Kailis family from Kastellorizo re-situated as pioneers of the modern day prawning industry in Western Australia. Categories for the other covariates are included in Table 1. Reporting of such events was magnified and for extravagant effect to the viewing public, news tends to be dramatic, thus distorting the facts.

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However, many teachers do not incorporate them into their teaching styles or cannot access them because of distribution problems. Teachers for the technical colleges train at Goroka Teachers' College. The region of Greater Sydney (beyond the inner city limits) consists of its many suburbs, stretching from as far north as where the Hawkesbury / Nepean River reaches the ocean, to as far west as Penrith at the foot of the Blue Mountains and as far south as the Campbelltown region.

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Contact the state archives or National Archives branch in the vicinity of the port of entry and find out what type of ship arrival records they have for that port. Immigrants in Australia: Proceedings of Conference on Immigration Research, edited by Charles A. By 1900, an emu feather plume adorned the slouch hats of the Australian Light Horsemen, worn on active service in the Boer War and again in Egypt during the First World War when soldiers fought for the right to wear this plume.

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