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Immigration and sustainability in Australia

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posted on 05.05.2017 by Mackenzie, MairiAnne
The author argues that members of host communities who wish to preserve their cultural identity in the face of large-scale immigration may be acting in a defensible and understandable way. She also argues that, taken to its extreme, multiculturalism would have the effect of homogenising human cultural diversity around the globe. If cultural diversity is to be preserved between nation states (or other geographically defined groups of people) multiculturalism within nation states should be limited. Copyright. Monash University and the author/s

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1999

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People and Place, vol. 7, no. 1 (1999), p. 7-13. ISSN 1039-4788

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