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Lois Foster,David Stockley
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185359007X
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Multilingual Matters Ltd (June 1, 1988)
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Australian Multiculturalism: A Documentary History and Critique (Multilingual Matters, Vol 37). Lois Foster.

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Australian Multiculturalism book. Published September 15th 1988 by Multilingual Matters Limited.

Australian Multiculturalism book. This book is a documentary history and critique of the concept and policy of multiculturalism in Australia for the period 1970 to 1986. The book brings together for the first time a range of documents charting the emergence and implementation of multiculturalism across the main institutions of Australian society and culture.

Australian Multiculturalism: A Documentary History and Critique. Lois Foster and David Stockley (1988), Clevedon, Avon, Multilingual Matters Lt. 264 pp. ISBN: 1-85359-008-8 (hardback); 1-85359-007-x (paperback). Diversity and Multicultural Education. A Sociological Perspective. Lois E. Foster (1988), Sydney, Allen and Unwin, 219 pp. ISBN: 0-04-336093-9. Bilingual Children: From Birth to Teens

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Rifts within Australian society, right through history, whether . Blainey remained a persistent critic of multiculturalism into the 1990s, denouncing multiculturalism as "morally, intellectually and economically.

Rifts within Australian society, right through history, whether between the continent's Indigenous people and the European settler population or, in recent times, inter-ethnic tension manifest in the form of riots, street violence and ethnic gangs pose major challenges to multiculturalism in the country.

Beyond Bilingualism: Multilingualism and Multilingual Education (Multilingual Matters). POLITICS AND POPULATION CONTROL A Documentary History Kathleen A. Tobin GREENWOOD PRESS Westport, Connecticut, London. Sustaining Local Literacies (Multilingual Matters). Beyond Bilingualism: Multilingualism and Multilingual Education (Multilingual Matters).

Foster, and D. Stockley, Australian Multiculturalism: a Documentary History and Critique, Multilingual Matters, Clevedon 1988. H. Gans, 'Symbolic Ethnicity', Ethnic and Racial Studies 2, 1979. Government of New South Wales, Participation (the Totaro Report), Ethnic Affairs Commission, Sydney 1978.

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This book is a documentary history and critique of the concept and policy of multiculturalism in Australia for the period 1970 to 1986. The book brings together for the first time a range of documents charting the emergence and implementation of multiculturalism across the main institutions of Australian society and culture. The institutions covered in the book are education, health and welfare, the Church, law, media, the realm of work and, as a summarising chapter, human rights and race and community relations in Australian society in the 1980s. The wide range of documents and the critical thematic introduction and contexting make the book ideal as a teaching text for students in many disciplines and an invaluable research source.