Images of Australia: An Introductory Reader in Australian Studies

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Gillian Whitlock, David Carter
UQP, 1992 - Australia - 268 pages
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This introductory text for students and general readers is designed for use with the new ABC TV Open Learning program. Through a collection of 14 readings by writers and academics such as Graeme Davison and Gail Reekie it explores questions of Australian culture and identity.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Part Two White Australia Has a Black History
59
Think White
94
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

David A. Carter was born March 4, 1957 in Salt Lake City. Utah. He attended Utah State University where he studied art and illustration. David worked several years as graphic designer and a paste up artist. While working at one job he learned the fine art of Paper-Engineering and Pop-Up bookmaking. He created his first book How Many Bugs in a Box? and has created more than 50 pop-up books since. David lives in California with his wife and daughters where he grows vegetables and native plants and does volunteer work.

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