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Arab-Australians Today: Citizenship and Belonging epub ebook

by Ghassan Hage

Arab-Australians Today: Citizenship and Belonging epub ebook

Author: Ghassan Hage
Category: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Melbourne University Publishing (May 1, 2002)
Pages: 300 pages
ISBN: 0522849792
ISBN13: 978-0522849790
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Ghassan J. Hage (born 1957 in Beirut, Lebanon) is a. .Hage, G (Ed)(2002) Arab-Australians today : citizenship and belonging, Carlton South, Vic. : Melbourne University Press.

Ghassan J. Hage (born 1957 in Beirut, Lebanon) is a Lebanese-Australian academic serving as Future Generation Professor of Anthropology at the University of Melbourne, Australia. The book has been widely debated in Australia, with many of its themes picked up by anti-racism activists in other countries. The follow-up Against Paranoid Nationalism is an analysis of certain themes in Australian politics that became prominent under the government of John Howard.

questions about citizenship and belonging in an his-. torical era in which identity is even more ethnicised.

Ghassan Hage (e. Arab-Australians Today: Citizenship and Belonging. questions about citizenship and belonging in an his-. ship, dispossession and colonialism are heavily invested. with ethnic and racial features. The book contains Australian. histories of Arab (primarily, but not exclusively, Lebanese).

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This book brings together Ghassan Hage's critical writings on Nationalism, Multiculturalism and Racism, particularly the well known works White Nation and Against . Arab-Australians Today: citizenship and belonging more.

This book brings together Ghassan Hage's critical writings on Nationalism, Multiculturalism and Racism, particularly the well known works White Nation and Against Paranoid Nationalism that have run out of print. This book brings together Ghassan Hage's critical writings on Nationalism, Multiculturalism and Racism, particularly the well known works White Nation and Against Paranoid Nationalism that have run out of print. It also includes newer writings dealing with the rise of Islam as the key category of western otherness.

The Arab community in Australia is one of the oldest and most established of its immigrant .

The Arab community in Australia is one of the oldest and most established of its immigrant ethnic communities. Together, the various works brought together here cover most aspects of Arab–Australian lives that are of importance today: the history of settlement, attitudes about citizenship, Arab women’s activism, Arab antiracism activism, the position of Arab youth between two cultures, nostalgia and homesickness, everyday life in an Arab ethnic suburb, and questions of identity.

Today more than half a million Australians claim some form of Arab ancestry. Library descriptions. They are a diverse group, both socially and economically. Arab-Australians Todayraises important questions about immigration, settlement, marginalisation and participation in Western societies. It discusses the way early Arab immigrants were received in Australia and talks about contemporary issues of participation in the Australian political process. It examines the lives of diverse groups of people, ranging from entrepreneurs to Arab women activists to unemployed youth.

Arab-Australians Today: Citizenship and Belonging. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780522849790 (978-0-522-84979-0) Softcover, Melbourne University Press, 2002. Find signed collectible books: 'Arab-Australians Today: Citizenship and Belonging'.

The Arab community in Australia is one of the oldest and most established of its immigrant ethnic communities. Together, the various works brought together here cover most aspects of Arab–Australian lives that are of importance today: the history of settlement, attitudes about citizenship, Arab women’s activism, Arab antiracism activism, the position of Arab youth between two cultures, nostalgia and homesickness, everyday life in an Arab “ethnic” suburb, and questions of identity.
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