• Australian Stereotype
    Representations of the "Australian Persona" ‘Mateship' A key element of what is presented to be the Australian character is that of camaraderie, base friendliness towards everybody, and egalitarianism, the belief that everybody is equal and should have the same opportunities, treatment, etc. as
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  • Australian Identity
    Have you ever noticed how instead of saying Shellharbour we say Shell’arbour or goin’ instead of going? G’day how’s it goin? This is an example of one aspect of the Australian identity, as well as a unique dialect Australian’s are also defined by their unique landscape, and the attitudes t
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  • Australian Poetry and Music Oodgeroo Noonuccal
    EN24 Oral – Australian Poetry and Music How does poetry and music explore the issues of our society? This is the question which today I will be answering by comparing and contrasting a poem and song. The poem ‘No More Boomerang’ written by Oodgeroo Noonuccal and the song ‘I Still Call Aus
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  • Typical Australian
    The Australian Identity I am here today to discuss our Australian Identity. How do you imagine a typical Australian? Maybe you see a blonde haired, blue eyed surfing babe? Or a bushman who drinks Bushels tea and four X beers while munching on some snags cooked on the BBQ? Or perhaps you see someo
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  • How Australian Life Is Presented
    How is Australian life presented to the wider community? Discus with reference to the film ‘Two Hands’ and two texts of your own choice. Australian life can presented through many techniques to the wider community. In the film two hands I will be discus two techniques that are yous to present A
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  • Informal Language Has a Variety of Functions in Australian Society. What Do You See as Some of the Crucial Roles of Informal Language in Contemporary Australia?
    Informal language has a variety of functions in Australian society. What do you see as some of the crucial roles of informal language in contemporary Australia? Informal language has a variety of functions in Australian society. The main function of informal language has to do with Australia’s
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  • Australian voice
     The Australian voice is distinct as it expresses uniquely Australian values, such as ‘mateship’ and ‘support for the underdog’. This distinct voice also expresses multicultural and indigenous values, as part of the Australian identity. It may bevoiced publically or privately through...
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  • how to be australian
    Recipe for being an Australian Ingredients: Be able to speak English Australian citizenship (if not born in Australia) A fair bit of money Home in Australia A big backyard A deck A Barbeque Bathers (board shorts for males, bikinis for females) A big supply of beer and alcohol...
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  • Australian Stereotypes
    Australian Stereotypes – Are they really what they are assumed to be? Stereotyping the Australians has always been a common practice by people all around the world. In fact, Australia has been classified as one of the most stereotyped nations in the world due to the sense that much of...
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  • Australian Identity
    Do Australian people have a distinctive culture or are stereotypes of in texts true? Australians are perceived in text as, beer-drinking larrikins, people who use kangaroos as a transportation, crocodile wrestlers, lack in fashion, foster beers, desert, sparsely populated and bushmans...
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  • How Important Is the Concept of Trust in Australian National Identity? and How Does the Actual Australian Experience of Trust and Distrust, and Attitudes to Each Other and to Government, Fit Into the Theoretical and Historical Discussions of These...
    The concept of trust is a very important aspect of the Australian national identity. The prime reason that trust is central to the Australian national identity is that it has sparked a debate over traditional Australian ways to define themselves, questioning what would have been concrete aspects of
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  • “in Contemporary Australian Media, It's Far More Important to Entertain Than to Educate.” Discuss Using Two Examples from Either Australian Free-to-Air Television or the Australian Magazine Industry.
    To Educate or to Enteratain? “In contemporary Australian media, it’s far more important to entertain than to educate.” Discuss using two examples from either Australian free-to-air television OR the Australian magazine industry. The media has always played a pivotal role in Australi
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  • Australian Image
    Our first topic we are talking about is the ad “So where the bloody hell are you?” Australians are very in your face. We do things our own way and don’t care what other people think. The ad “So where the bloody hell are you?” was aimed to get tourists to come to Australia. The advertisemen
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  • Australian Global Business Plan
    Australian Global Business Plan MGT 448 Table of Contents a. Description 6 b. Products 6 c. Target Market 7 II. Region/Country Situational Analysis 7 a. AU’s Regional Economic Alliances 7 1) Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) and Australia 7 2. ASEAN-Australia Developmen
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  • Musical Analysis of ‘Festival Overture on Australian Themes’
    This analysis of ‘Festival Overture on Australian Themes’ written by Colin Brumby in 1981; will use the knowledge of the musical elements to explore how Brumby has created each of the characters in ‘Festival Overture on Australian Themes’ and how all of the themes in the piece have been link
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  • Australian Rules Representations of Groups in Australia
    “Explain how the conventions of visual texts can be used to convey the representations of a group or individual in society.” Australian Rules, a low budget film directed by Paul Goldman, was first shown at the Sundance film festival in 2002. This film portrays a consequential manifestation of
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  • Australian Aborigines a Look Into Kinship Organization
    Australian Aborigines a Look into Kinship Organization Mary Mensching ANT 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Mario Tovar April 13, 2011 Australian Aborigines a Look into Kinship Organization When the European settlers came to Australia, they did not know the land was already inha
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  • Robert Gray Poetry - Australian Identity
    The Australian Identity – essay The opinions views and beliefs of our Australian population combined with influence from other countries and major voices are the main contributors towards our constantly changing and diverse Australian identity. Numerous texts explore aspects of this idea, inclu
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  • Australian Culture: the Multicultural Societies in the World
    Australian Culture Imagine a place where you can start a new life, a place which also embraces and celebrates where you come from. That's Australia, one of the most multicultural societies in the world. Australia’s diverse culture and lifestyle mirror its liberal democratic traditions and value
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  • Australian Identity Speech
    G’day Today I will be talking to you about what I think Australian identity is. Australia is such a diverse country. Our climate, multiculturalism, native plants and animals, and just the largeness of our land has helped develop a unique Australian style and culture. But are we all sport loving la
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