Absence of respect : South Sudanese experiences of Australian government and social institutions
This micro empirical research reports on the resettlement experiences of South Sudanese Australians. It develops an argument to explain why the South Sudanese community persistently report a strong sense of disrespect from the Australian Government and Australian society more generally. The study demonstrates that the community's call for respect is a summation of their protest against economic and social exclusion in the public domain and interference from care and protection authorities in...[Show more]
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