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         Australian Culture Specific:     more books (21)
  1. Art from the Land: Dialogues With the Kluge-Ruhe Collection of Australian Aboriginal Art
  2. The Antipodeans: Challenge and Response in Australian 1955-1965
  3. Queer-Ing the Screen: Sexuality and Australian Film and Television (The Moving Images) by Samantha Searle, 1998-02
  4. Framing Culture: Criticism and Policy in Australia (Australian Cultural Studies) by Stuart Cunningham, 1992-01-01
  5. Australian Civilisation
  6. Communication and Cultural Literacy: An Introduction (Australian Cultural Studies) by Tony Schirato, Susan Yell, 1996-08
  7. Ned's Nemesis: Ned Kelly & Redmond Barry in a Clash of Cultures by Graham Fricke, 2007-01
  8. Picking Up the Traces: The Making of a New Zealand Literary Culture 1932-1945 by Lawrence Jones, 2004-04-01
  9. Sport in Australian History (Australian Retrospectives) by Daryl Adair, Wray Vamplew, 1998-01-15
  10. The Littoral Zone: Australian Contexts and their Writers (Nature, Culture and Literature)
  11. Intermediate Ilokano: A Integrated Language and Culture Reading Text by Precy Espiritu, 2004-07
  12. Voices in the Wilderness: Images of Aboriginal People in the Australian Media (Contributions to the Study of Mass Media and Communications) by Michael Meadows, 2000-12-30
  13. Frameworks: Contemporary Criticism on Janet Frame (Cross/Cultures)
  14. New Australian Cinema: Sources and Parallels in American and British Film by Brian McFarlane, Geoff Mayer, 1992-06-26

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    Leaders from the Australian cultural community have endorsed a three-year strategy to promote Australias culture abroad. Federal Minister for the Arts, Peter McGauran, today chaired the third meeting of the Australia International Cultural Council in Darwin on behalf of the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Alexander Downer. The Council intends to engage comprehensively with the arts industry, cultural businesses and artists to achieve its objectives. We have an unprecedented opportunity to build an international profile by using major world events held within our shores and overseas during the next three years, Mr McGauran said. The Council identified a number of substantial opportunities for promoting Australian culture internationally including the Sydney Olympics, the Centenary of Federation celebrations in London in 2000 and in Australia in 2001, and the Hannover Expo in 2000, he said. The ABCs Millennium Day live broadcast was also recognised as an excellent opportunity to showcase our culture through international television. This global broadcast will feature commissioned works at truly Australian sites such as the Sydney Opera House and Uluru, he said.

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    UQ LIBRARY CATALOGUE my.UQ ... Australian Studies AUST2000 AUSTRALIAN POPULAR CULTURE AUST2000 AUSTRALIAN POPULAR CULTURE Semester: Credit Value: Contact Hours: 3 (1.5 x Lecture + 1.5 x Tutorial) Time: Thusday 10-11:30am + Tutorial Venue: TBA Prerequisite: nil Incompatible: Coordinator: A/Prof. David Carter Centre/School/Faculty: Australian Studies Centre Faculty of Arts Recommended Readings: The Media in Australia: Industries, Texts, Audiences nd Hayward, P. (ed.) (1992) From Pop to Punk to Postmodernism: Popular Music and Australian Culture from the 1960s to the 1990s O'Regan, T. (1993) Australian Television Culture O'Regan, T. (1996) Australian National Cinema . London: Routledge. Turner, G. (1994)

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    Australia is a complex country that has been oversimplified by distorted images in our popular culture. Amazing landscapes and unique wildlife make Australia the top choice on many travelers' wish lists. While Australia is a great tourist destination, it is important that you leave your pre-conceived notions behind and make an effort to discover the real Australia and Australian culture. This Program Specific Guide is viewable through several web pages (links to each section are located to the right) and as a downloadable PDF document (link is below). This guide should be used in conjunction with your "Basic Survival Binder" and the Lonely Planet Guide as an important part of the research and preparation for your trip to Australia. This guide is filled with the specifics about your program. It also addresses many of the special issues that you will face as a traveler to Australia. The Summer Abroad Survival Binder This is the black binder with the cow sticker that you received with your acceptance letter. This binder will help you keep all of the paperwork for Summer Sessions Abroad organized.

    15. Medical Anthropology: Culture Specific Diseases
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    Culture Specific Diseases
    T here are some diseases that have very limited distributions around the world due to the fact that they are caused by unique combinations of environmental circumstances and cultural practices. These are generally referred to as culture specific diseases or culture bound syndromes . Some cause relatively minor health problems while others are very serious and can even be fatal. An example of a relatively harmless culture specific medical condition is "rave rash" in contemporary England. This afflicts young women who go to "raves", or large-scale pop music dance parties that go on all night long. Aggressive dance motions without wearing a bra sometimes leads to a painful rash on their nippleshence "rave rash." K uru is a fatal culture specific disease of the brain and nervous system that was found among the South For people of the eastern New Guinea Highlands. Until recently, it was thought that kuru is caused by a virus with a prolonged incubation period. Recent microbiological evidence now points to

    16. Australian Libraries Gateway (ALG): Collection Assessment Report
    in this area with some emphasis on australian Aboriginal culture are good holdingsalso relating to culture and sociology of specific institutions and
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    Division report comments A total of 3207 monographs are held in this division. This represents 0.81% of the 397,000 monographs quoted for State Reference Library and Special Collections in the 1995/96 annual report of the State Library of Queensland. This division overlaps with the division of Biological Sciences in the area of Dewey 572 and 573. In determining the levels for this division, State Library's holdings as compared with the standard bibliographies checked and with the publishing output in the area were taken into account. As a result, overall levels are higher than the levels of the individual categories would suggest. Overall collecting level is 2b - Basic Information: Augmented. 47% of monographic holdings have been published since 1985. Collection strength is in culture and institutions. There is good even coverage in this area with some emphasis on Australian Aboriginal culture. The area of Costume and Personal Appearance, particularly history of costume, is another area of strength. There are good holdings also relating to culture and sociology of specific institutions and specific aspects of culture, etiquette and manners, folklore, proverbs and sayings. Current works on human origins and human genetics are well represented.

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    The ASC sees itself playing an increasingly effective role in the advancement and internationalisation of education in Thailand - from the primary to the university level and beyond - in accordance with the country's National and Economic Development Plans. In this respect it has put into place several long term plans whose primary aims are to benefit Thai students, academics and researchers. At the same time, the ASC is also mindful of opportunities which benefit both Australian academics and students, and the Centre itself. Fields in which future ASC activities will concentrate include: Thai Students:
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    producing 'global citizens.' The current educational directive is to produce graduates competent in working in a global market place, knowledgeable about a variety of cultures, and able to adapt to a variety of research and workplace situations. The strategy of teaching students about Australia is part of a broader programme to produce graduates with broad cultural knowledge and skills, vital in a more globalised world. With these perspectives and skills, Thai students (and by extension, Thailand in general) will be better able to compete internationally. The ASC will develop these key competencies among Thai students: 1. Research skills:

    20. Xcursion Central: Xcursions
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