'Remember who we are': an analysis of brand Queensland

Akers, Harry, Foley, Michael and Ford, Pauline (2014) 'Remember who we are': an analysis of brand Queensland. Queensland History Journal, 22 6: 495-506.

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Author Akers, Harry
Foley, Michael
Ford, Pauline
Title 'Remember who we are': an analysis of brand Queensland
Journal name Queensland History Journal
ISSN 1836-5477
Publication date 2014-08
Year available 2014
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status Not Open Access
Volume 22
Issue 6
Start page 495
End page 506
Total pages 12
Place of publication Brisbane, QLD Australia
Publisher Royal Historical Society of Queensland
Language eng
Abstract Historians, journalists and political scientists provide diverse bodies of literature that explore identity and social and political behaviour in Queensland. One commonly held view is that immigration and patterns of settlement, together with climate and topography, have affected economic and political development and the character of Queenslanders. Another frequently expressed opinion is that Queenslanders 'because of some political, social and psychological disposition are distinctive'. Underpinning these perceptions are assertions that, within the Australian context, Queensland is different and Queenslanders either believe or behave differently in some fundamental and critical way leading to 'Them' and 'Us' perceptions. Cultural reasoning is one term that embraces attempts to link identity and difference to events and developments in Queensland. The high profiles of some advocates and its widespread acceptance lend authority to the concept. This paper classifies Queensland cultural reasoning and outlines its origins and development.
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

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