publication . Research . 1994

The Australian Experience of Multiculturalism

後藤, 正次; Shoji, Goto; 桃山学院大学非常勤講師;
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  • Published: 15 Feb 1994 Journal: 国際文化論集 = INTERCULTURAL STUDIES, issue 9, pages 49-70 (issn: 0917-0219, Copyright policy)
Many countries are worried about the difficult question of the coexistence of dominating population groups and ethnic minorities, for we are living in a period of borderless age and movement of people among nations, whether due to civil war or economic hardship, cannot be ceased. Australia presents us with a valuable case study of a nation of different ethnic groups trying to live together, for she follows a national policy of multiculturalism, Aborigines lived in the continent of Australia for more than 40,000 years before the first permanent Europeans began settling in 1788. Many more immigrants of different nationality, particularly Chinese, who faced prejudi...
free text keywords: Race Problem, Cross-Culturism, Reconciliation
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