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A Hundred Years of Citizenship in Australia and Canada

Australia and Canada are both lively, multicultural societies with British constitutional traditions. Historically, they have faced similar challenges in defining and sustaining citizenship that … ; 328 View
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“.. .That Sweep of Savage Splendour… “A Century of Australians in Antarctica

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Initially lured south perhaps as much by virtue of opportunistic geography as their undoubted ability, a number of remarkable individuals from that era would in time forge an enduring link … 14 $1.40 Add
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Women as Citizens in Canada

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It is impossible to understand the place of women as citizens in Canada without understanding the moment of women’s inscription as citizens. This moment, and the terms of inscription, have … 12 $1.20 Add
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Citizens of the Fifth Continent: Unexpected Culture in the Late 19th Century

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In this paper I will pursue one of the issues that Castles et al. raise concerning the role that women, in particular, have played both at home and abroad; especially that group of women who … 16 $1.60 Add
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The Doctrine of Corroboration in Sexual Assault Trials in Early 20th Century Canada and Australia

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This paper seeks to determine what the law of sexual assault in the early twentieth century illustrates about the similarity and distinctiveness of Canadian and Australian legal traditions. 37 $3.70 Add
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Citizenship Politics in Canada and the Legacy of Pierre Elliott Trudeau

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This chapter is premised on the idea that Trudeau was the product of a society (Quebec and Canada) that, since the nineteen-sixties, tended to adopt more explicitly the American approach to rights. 16 $1.60 Add
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The Second Wave: Australia Transformed

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If citizenship means counting in a society, the recognition of unequal citizenship has led the disadvantaged to seek redress through state intervention, and in Australia women have constituted … 11 $1.10 Add
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The Nations of Australia

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It is still the case that Indigenous people have neither a clear nor a just place within the ambit of the Australian polity. This fact, and the continuing disputes over the status of Indigenous … 19 $1.90 Add
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Citizenship and Aboriginal Governance: The Royal Commission’s Vision for the Future

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Aboriginal people are both Canadian citizens and citizens of their particular nations. Thus they hold a form of dual citizenship, which permits them to maintain loyalty to their nation and to … 6 $0.60 Add
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Canadian Citizenship and Multiculturalism

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Canadian multiculturalism has been seen in the 1990s as undermining Canadian unity and that the federal government was brought to modify the main orientations of its multiculturalism policy. … 12 $1.20 Add
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Governance and Emergent Transversal Citizenship: Toward a New Nexus of Moral Contracts

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Australian and Canadian citizenships are emergent idiosyncratic realities. These complex institutions are the result of the on-going interaction between values and environment. The sort of social … 31 $3.10 Add
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Debating Citizenship in Canada: The Collide of Two Nation-Building Projects

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In Canada, debates on citizenship take on the important issue of symbolism. These debates are framed by a context in which the legitimacy of the society to which citizenship refers is contested, … ; 24 $2.40 Add
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Canadian Culture and Canadian Identity

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Culture, whether we think in terms of the visual arts or literature or music, may have its roots in the community but today it finds its audience outside that community – via television, … 8 $0.80 Add
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Persistence of Vision: Memory, Migration, and Citizenship – Free Trade or the Failure of Cross-Culturality?

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Persistence of vision is all about the eye, the way it follows a film, remembers an image, holds on to it, until the next one appears to replace it, so that we are never conscious of the stutter … 5 $0.50 Add
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The Impact of Globalization on Citizenship: Decline or Renaissance?

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Politics and citizenship still matter. The question dividing theorists of citizenship and globalization is: Which city are we citizens of? 28 $2.80 Add