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Race & racism in Australia

Keith R. McConnochie

Race & racism in Australia

by Keith R. McConnochie

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Published by Social Science Press in Wentworth Falls, N.S.W .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • Australia.
    • Subjects:
    • Racism -- Australia.,
    • Australia -- Race relations.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Other titlesRace and racism in Australia.
      StatementKeith Mcconnochie, David Hollinsworth, Jan Pettman.
      ContributionsHollinsworth, David., Pettman, Jan, 1944-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMLCM 93/04834 (D)
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 259 p. :
      Number of Pages259
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2117145M
      ISBN 100949218170
      LC Control Number88173480
      OCLC/WorldCa25459939

        Professor Yin Paradies, Alfred Deakin Professor of Race Relations and Indigenous Knowledges and Cultures Coordinator, discusses the economic cost of racism in Australia for ADI Insights. Professor Paradies began his research career at 17 years old as an Indigenous cadet at the Australian Bureau of Statistics at the Centre for Aboriginal and.   In Australia today, the discussion around race and immigration has deteriorated to the point where many politicians no longer appear to believe that assimilation is even possible. Racism has.

      One in five people living in Australia have experienced racist abuse During the past year, 1 in 5 people living in Australia was a target of racial discrimination (around million people). This is an increase from 1 in 8 the previous year (). 2 in 5 people living in Australia has been a target of verbal racial abuse ().Being treated less respectfully is the most common form of racism (). Nope. Australia is still considered unfriendly and racist according to the Mapping Social Cohesion Monash Report released in March this year. Still unable to wipe its shores clean, Cronulla is now synonymous with racism in Australia, conjuring those quintessentially Aussie images of Southern Cross tattoos and Chesty Bonds singlets.

      The sorts of racist incidents that are most commonly reported at school are name-calling, teasing, exclusion, verbal abuse and bullying. In a major national report on racism in Australia, the Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia (Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission ), many students and parents from ethnic communities reported racial harassment and.   “This Covid racism is a symptom of the bigger issue of racism in Australia, and how this pandemic has been reported in tabloid media and by .


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This book is essential reading for health professionals, educators and community workers and will be of particular interest to those enrolled in social science and humanities : David Hollinsworth.

Race and Racism in Australia closes with a review of official and community-based strategies to combat discrimination and racism and offers practical suggestions for action. This book is essential reading for health professionals, educators and community workers and will be of particular interest to those enrolled in social science and humanities : David Hollinsworth.

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Get this from a library. Race & racism in Australia. [Keith R McConnochie; David Hollinsworth; Jan Pettman] -- Text for use at upper secondary, tertiary levels, includes student exercises; defines race, racism; history; government policies, assimilation, selfdetermination; land rights; discrimination.

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