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multiculturalism in australia, by Effie, Helen, Zoe and Lydia

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Transcript of multiculturalism in australia, by Effie, Helen, Zoe and Lydia

TAYLORSAIR
MULTICULTURALISM
IN
AUSTRALIA

Effie, Helen, Zoe, Lydia
Effie, Helen, Zoe, Lydia
a) the policy
b) the state or condition
History
Thank you for your listening!
Enjoy your study at Australia!
1788
1851
20 Century
51,000 years ago
first arrived in Australia
Australia Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders
Colonization and settlement by Britain
Gold Rush
PRC
Vietnam
Italy
UK
Germany
Malaysia
Philippines
New Zealand
South Africa
India
Postwar Immigration
· 1940s~1960s
Immigration program
· 1970s~1980s
Multiculturalism
Multiculturalism
FOOD
SPORT
RELIGION
GESTURE
Diversity and social trust
Australian Cuisine
Australian Local Food

Foreign Food in Australia
I’m in everywhere!

I’

NSW : Thai ( 22% )

Victoria : Italian ( 17% )

South Australia : American fast-food (39% )

Western Australian : Chinese ( 32% )

Queensland : Chinese ( 28% )

Christianity

Islam

Protestant

Hinduism

Buddhism

no religious affiliation
Religions In Australia

Hinduism Increased by 55.1 percent
Non-religion increased by 27.5 percent
Islam Increased by 20.9 percent
Buddhist increased by 17percent
Judaism increased by 6percent
Christianity falling by 0.6 percent.
between 2001 and 2006

church
NAN TIEN TEMPLE
A study conducted by Robert D. Putnam.
The more racially diverse a community is, the loss of trust
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