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Module C Essay - Why Weren't We Told

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Module C essay for HSC English Advanced for 'Why Weren't We Told', including the related text 'The War You Don't See'

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John Pilger Indigenous Australians Behavior Institutional racism Violence Structure Sociology Henry Reynold
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John Pilger Indigenous Australians Behavior Institutional racism Violence Structure Sociology Henry Reynold
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Henry Reynold’s memoir Why Weren’t We Told (1999) underpins the mistreatment of Indigenous Australians as a catalyst for their dispossession and inequality, challenging his readers to recognise the recurring misconceptions in Australia’s history. John Pilger’s documentary The War We Don’t See (2010) questions and challenges the governments manipulation of the public through misleading social narratives and deceptive media portrayal, to enlighten his viewers of the questionable role of their government in the war. Thus, both composers impose their own political motivations upon their audience, to allow for a greater political awareness and insight for ...
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