Is Australia a multicultural country?

Carter, David (2008) Is Australia a multicultural country?. The Southern Hemisphere Review, 24 27-33.

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Author Carter, David
Title Is Australia a multicultural country?
Journal name The Southern Hemisphere Review
ISSN 0912-0467
Publication date 2008
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 24
Start page 27
End page 33
Total pages 7
Publisher The Australia and New Zealand Literary Society of Japan
Language eng
Abstract Is Australia a multicultural country? This might seem a strange question given that Australia is widely known internationally as a successful example of multiculturalism, it has defined itself as multicultural since the mid-1970s, it has multicultural programs in place in all states, in schools and community organisations across the country, and we know that Australia has one of the highest percentage of immigrants - of overseas born - in its permanent resident population, second only to Israel, higher than the USA or Canada for example. And we know that Australians love multicultural festivals and "ethnic" restaurants!
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