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Australian Society Systems and Policies Assignment

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Running head: AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY, SYSTEMS AND POLICIESAustralian Society, Systems And PoliciesName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor Note
AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY, SYSTEMS AND POLICIES1ContentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................2Discussion/Body........................................................................................................................2Conclusion..................................................................................................................................5References..................................................................................................................................6
AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY, SYSTEMS AND POLICIES2IntroductionIn the mid of the eighteenth century, Australia began as a British penal colony. Thenational charter of Australia formed predominantly via the mechanisms of race relations andimmigration. One of the symbolic birth of the nation is the involvement of New Zealand andAustralian troops at World War I (Wagner, 2016). The long history of Australia’simmigration and the increased diversity in ethnicity of its population have initiated longdebates regarding the definition of an Australian. In 1788, the British colonization ofAustralia began and the waves of the multi-ethnic migration followed. Australia follows awestern culture that is derived primarily from the Britain and the unique and diverse impactof the people of the Australia. One of the famous Australian tradition is the Larrikin, anotherAustralian term for hoodlum that finds chances of humor in the dark part of life and alsoreverse the troublemakers.Discussion/BodyAustralia is a culturally and linguistically diverse country that tends to participate invarious aspects of the life of Australian. The culture and the societies of Australia representthe combination of all the various customs and traditional beliefs across the globe. Theseinclude Aboriginal and the European cultural legacy that greatly influenced and inhibited theAustralian culture. Contemporary Australia is mainly a pluralistic society that is rooted to thetraditions of liberal democracy and egalitarianism and espousing informalities which aresome of the key social values and norms (Young, 2016). Australia is a melting pot of beliefs,cultures and races. Australian lives changed dramatically along with the active immigrationpolicy since the year 1945. Generally considered as the unattractive and distant territory forthe European settlement,Australia had deliberate and values regarding socio and economicnorms. The concept of multiculturalism was previously adopted by the Australian
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