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Running Head: Understanding Societies: An Introduction to Social AnalysisUNDERSTANDINGSOCIETIES: ANINTRODUCTION TOSOCIAL ANALYSISAssessment 3-Essay
An Introduction to Social Analysis1Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................1Discussion........................................................................................................................................1Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................6References........................................................................................................................................8
An Introduction to Social Analysis2IntroductionThe racism is an important problem of Australia as well as other countries. The main purpose ofthis paper is to discuss fairness, justice, and equality in Australia in light of the statement that"The land of the fair go is an illusion for many migrants." This has been discussed through theuse of relevant research sources collected through secondary research. Moreover, the experienceof Australian migrants is also judged to evaluate their views towards racism practices inAustralia. This paper is covered several aspects of Australian racism. For example, it definedracism status in Australia, current racism measures of government and others as well. This paperwill become a right source of providing the significant knowledge about racism to the targetaudience. It is because the paper is disclosed each important racism aspect in favor of Australia.Moreover, it is right to say that the racism brings the reason of unbalanced economicdevelopment as well as the death of different individuals who are suffering from this problem.The prevalence of racism did influence not only the Australia reputation but also its goodwill andimage in the eyes of other countries. This may hamper its growth and overall development incoming years.DiscussionRacism in Australia can see in each field whether it is related to children or youngsters. Aquestion is always raised in Australia to each migrant "Where are you from." This questioncontinuously becomes the reason of a lot of suicide of migrants ("Racial equality and socialcohesion in Australia- building a future together (2012) | Australian Human RightsCommission", 2012). This is how racism looks in Australia in today's scenario, and it isbecoming more prevalent nowadays. As per the survey report of Scanlon Foundation, it has been
An Introduction to Social Analysis3identified that the 19 percent of Australians are facing racism against their religious belief, skincolor, and ethnic origin. Most of the experts disclose the reason of growing racism is economicuncertainty which is totally wrong. The events like current political leadership and surge inasylum seeker boat arrivals want to weaken parts of the Racial Discrimination Act (Cole, 2016).Due to this, the racism is growing in Australia day by day. The racism in Australia can find ateach level like children, sports, workplaces, citizens, and volunteers. One in five migrant livingis Austria have experienced racism abuse. During the last some years, 1 in 5 people living inAustralia was a target of racial discrimination. Moreover, Dandy (2015) has been described thatAustralia has become a culture of denial when it measures as per racism. This denial in Australiaperpetuates the racist behavior. Due to the regular growth in racism, Australia has lost its imageas well as competitive advantage over other countries.Forrest (2016) said that the racism growth in Australia is influencing it in a significant manner.The regular racism growth does influence not only the migrants but also the other societymembers who are a permanent part of Australian residency. On the other hand, it is also said thatthe racism in Australia is a sole reason for health problems among migrants as well as societymembers. It becomes the sole reason for high blood pressure and heart disease. Moreover, it canalso say that the racism in Australia also influences the people's housing and employmentopportunities. Moreover, the racism in Australia is also becoming the reason of high violence inAustralia. It can understand through the latest violence examples of Sydney and Melbourne.Gelber (2016) has been evaluated that the number of migrants applying for student visas toAustralia has plummeted by 45%. It mainly occurs due to racially-motivated attacks. Therefore,it is right to say that the racism in Australia has taken a dangerous look and becomes the reasonfor economic loss up to $78 million (SALT, 2016).
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