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grew from solid government policy and planning desire to build domestic social cohesion in a situation where it was evident that Australia’s future was tied to Asia prior to 1970s was all white - have to be white to love Australia/ love Australia bc we are all white Britain left to join EU Geographically we are in Asia as Asia is getting stronger governments of our neighbours in Asia also grapple with issues of social cohesion, race and religious diversity in their public policy the temptation for political l

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Chinese culture Discrimination Ethnic enclaves Culture Structure Chinatown Chinese diaspora Multiculturalism China Overseas Chinese Sinophobia Racism in Australia
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Chinese culture Discrimination Ethnic enclaves Culture Structure Chinatown Chinese diaspora Multiculturalism China Overseas Chinese Sinophobia Racism in Australia
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ng multiculturalism • Multiculturalism as governance strategies • Australia attitudes to immigration - 2011SBS report • Multiculturalism and ethnic diversity in Asia • Use/Abuse of race in politics • Conclusion Assimilation to multiculturalism post 1972 • grew from solid government policy and planning • desire to build domestic social cohesion in a situation where it was evident that Australia’s future was tied to Asia • prior to 1970s was all white - have to be white to love Australia/ love Australia bc we are all white • Britain left to join EU • Geographically we are in Asia as Asia is getting stronger • governments of our neighbours in Asia also grapple with issues of social cohesion, race and reli- gious diversity in their public policy • the temptation for political leaders to use race and religion as tools to grab power or win voter favour co...
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