Aboriginals Case Study Assignment | Speech of Pauline

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Running head: CASE STUDYCase studyName of the student:Name of the University:Author note:
1CASE STUDYTable of ContentsAnswer 1:.........................................................................................................................................2Answer 2..........................................................................................................................................2Answer 3..........................................................................................................................................3Answer 4:.........................................................................................................................................3Answer 5..........................................................................................................................................4Answer 6:.........................................................................................................................................4Answer 7:.........................................................................................................................................5References........................................................................................................................................6
2CASE STUDYAnswer 1:Yes, I passed the test and scored 18/20. Question 3 and question 8 were wrong, as I wasnot aware of the answer.Answer 2:a.The speech of Pauline was against the separatism encouraged by the government inAustralia wherein the government provided land, money, facilities and opportunities tothe Aboriginals. She raised her voice against the inequality, which was prevalent inAustralia in 1996. The Government considered Aboriginals to be the most disadvantagedpersons in the country. She opposed to the fact that color must not be the base to decidewhether one is disadvantaged or not. She raised her voice against the society where thereexisted two different races with their race specific privileges. The nation was beingdivided into blacks and whites. The speech of Pauline was logical enough to be acceptedby me. It was necessary to stop all sorts of discriminations to ensure that the world is ahappy and peaceful place to live in.b.As an Aboriginal, I felt that everyone has the right to equality and right to participation.Racism is harmful for the development of a country and must be avoided. Racism affectsthe social, economic, political and cultural well- being of a nation.c.Yes, I agree with her thoughts. Race and color not be a basis for discriminating someoneand providing special privileges to others. Every individual belonging to a same countrymust have equal rights. No special allowances or privileges must be provided on the basisof color and race. In today’s world, we emphasize upon being global citizens with the
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