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Ethnic small businesses are an increasingly important feature of economic life in Australian cities. Which groups are most likely to go into this sector, and what are the factors which make for ‘success’? What is the price for survival in terms of working conditions and family life, and what are...
Most commentaries on Australian racism assume that men and women are affected equally by racist behaviour. Yet, the evidence points to a close interconnection between white racism and sexism. In the male rhetoric of race, the oppression of women is an associated element that requires...
The recognition of overseas qualifications in Australia continues to be a major problem experienced by migrants, either through a lack of adequate verifiable documentation, difficulties in determining parity with local qualifications, or through problems associated with accrediting experience...
This paper examines the relationship between Aborigines and the conservation movement by presenting a case study of a pro‐development stance taken by an Aboriginal group. In 1983, the Aborigines, Kuku‐Yalanji speakers from Wujalwujal south of Cooktown in north Queensland, supported the...
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