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Indigenous Australians have a come a long way to achieving a respected status, however there are still countless indigenous Australians are still greatly disadvantaged in todays society. Issues such as welfare disadvantages, poor health, life expectancy, employment options as well as a major issue; of social attitudes and negative stereotypes that indigenous Australians still have to face in todays society. This essay will discuss these social and cultural issues in relation to how indigenous Australians are portrayed, their impact on the society at large as well as see which criminological theories relate to analysed articles.

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