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Following a decade of major social and cultural change in Australia, this study looks at what exactly it means to be Australian and examines how different concepts--such as egalitarianism and sporting prowess--have been used to create a national identity. Serving as a broad introduction to Australian history and social science, it explores the origins and effects of the national character, including the dominant ideas of class, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, and race in modern society.
About the Author :
Catriona Elder has contributed to Being Australian: Narratives of National Identity as an author.
Catriona Elder lectures in the department of sociology and social policy at the University of Sydney.
|Title:||Being Australian: Narratives of National Identity||Publisher:||Allen & Unwin Academic|
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