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  • Multicultural Background Australia
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    Is Multiculturalism Contributing a Stronger or Weaker Australia I do believe that multiculturalism is contributing a stronger Australia. Definition of Multiculturalism Generally, multiculturalism is the idea of diversity of cultural and ethnic. While the term multiculturalism is used to describe the situation in Australia, it can be regarded as notion of Australia is, and will remain, a culturally diverse country and seeks to ensure that the diversity is a positive force in our society. Also, it...
  • Tv Screens Of Many Australian Households
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    The Americanization of Australian Television is a sad and terrible thing. It is a process whereby ordinary Australians are bombarded every day with images of American lifestyle, so much that it merges almost unnoticed into their own lifestyle. It is a process whereby our home-grown entertainment industry is overwhelmed by the enormous powerhouse of the American economy, with drastic effects upon the modern Australian nation. Not only is Australian free to air TV being dominated by American produ...
  • Middle East People View Time
    436 words
    There are many factors between different cultures that lead to miscommunication. Differences - body positions and movement - walking, hands, eye movements, touching, handshaking Differences - views and practices re human relationships - time, space, odors, frankness, intimacy of relationships, values, emotions (Lecture 8, Intercultural communication, V. Mccabe) In the situation where George Rowe, an Australian sales representative is trying to meet with Abdullah Sayid, the owner of a large hotel...
  • Australian Children
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    Gwen Harwood (nee Foster) was born into a feminist family tradition in Queensland, Australia. Her education was Christian, musical and political. She was classically-trained in piano and organ but had her career aspirations dashed by what she saw as male-chauvinist attitudes. Having married and moved from Brisbane to Tasmania when her husband was appointed to the University, she began to write poetry while bringing up her four children. Reverting to male noms de plumes to get published hardened ...
  • Australian Culture And The Learner's Cultural Background
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    Pr 5 - Cultural Application Interview and assessment of a student of ESL and compile a student profile. 1. Describe the learner's cultural background. 2. Differentiate between Australian culture and the learner's cultural background. 3. Use cultural analysis to identify possible cultural barriers to learning. 4. Describe the syntactic features of the student's mother tongue. 5. Compare the syntactic features of English with the student's mother tongue. 6. Devise strategies to identify the first ...
  • Customs And Cultures Into The Australian Society
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    Multiculturalism is one of the many factors which makes Australia unique, contributing to our rich history and character. About 27% of Australians have at least one parent born overseas, 23% themselves were born overseas, and 16% speak a language other than English at home. The Chinese, Greek, Italian, Arabic, Vietnamese, plus many other cultures have contributed to ethnicity of Australian society today. These ethnic groups come to Australia and are required to fit into a completely different wa...

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