Ethnic diversification in Australia
This thesis investigates the changing composition of Australia's population, according to ethnic categories on which population censuses provide information, particularly since World War II. It examines government policies towards immigrants and Aboriginals, official approaches to providing for them and the demographic processes which led to a re-allocation over time of the population to different ethnic categories. It also considers the characteristics of significant individual...[Show more]
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