Advance Australia Fair

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  • Advance Australia Fair Persuasive Speech

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    In 1984, Peter McCormick’s “Advance Australia Fair” officially became Australia’s national anthem. A song we proudly sing both on Anzac Day and Australia Day, with our hand’s on our heart. Should we be proud to sing a song about absolute lies? “Australians all let us rejoice, For we are young and free”, it took aboriginals over 60 years to be recognized as human beings, let alone Australians, they were anything but free. “For those who’ve come across the seas, we’ve boundless plains to share”, that

  • Advance English Summary

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    The piece Advance Australia … within reason, was conveyed on the 5th of January by Amy Mackintosh, at the annual “University of Students for Youth Political Activism’ meeting held at The University of Melbourne. Mackintosh steadily argues the reasons why Australia should not have become a republic, and how the country should stay as a monarchy. The tone of the speech is very colloquial and even sarcastic, with the middle part being more analytical and serious. The speaker gives the impression that

  • Australia And The Australian Identity

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    national anthem, as evidenced in Stand Up, is a primarily white interpretation of Australia and the Australian identity, with many of the lines ignoring the Indigenous people of Australia (Perkins et al, 2012). Another form of the “Australian Identity” was one presented by Prime Minister Paul Keating in his Redfern Address in 1992. He proclaimed that “Australia is a first-rate social democracy…truly the land of the fair go and the better chance”. This idea presented represents an egalitarian society

  • Australia in the Early 1900s

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    Australia in the early 1900s has developed a reputation as a ‘working man’s paradise’ for its greater opportunity to success and an egalitarian society. However not all workers proved this to be true. In order to determine this statement, Issues to be discussed include firstly the hours of work for different genders, secondly the working conditions and finally the dispute for the right to fair treatment to women and Aboriginal natives throughout the 19th century. In order to create Australia’s image

  • Human Rights And Bill Of Rights

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    the rights of individuals and the responsibilities of governments, they are involved with keeping a balance between an individual’s rights and the responsibilities of the government to provide a safe and secure society. How are Human Rights in Australia currently protected? Currently rights are found in; The Constitution, Common Law, Legislation and Acts passed by the Commonwealth Parliament or State or Territory Parliaments. The Australian Constitution protects only 5 explicit individual’s rights:

  • Advance Issues In Accounting

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    Advance Issues In Accounting Introduction Accounting is the art of measuring and communicating financial information. To maintain uniformity and consistency in preparing and maintaining books of accounts, certain rules or principles have been evolved. These rules or principles are classified as concepts and conventions. One of the important concept in accounting is “Measurement” (Mattessich, 1977) The IASB Framework states: “Measurement is the process of determining the monetary amounts

  • The Economic Inequality Of Australia

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    Australia, although being a multicultural country where everyone is equal, there is a severe presence of economic inequality. With millions of people living poverty, Australia’s wealthy continue to accumulate wealth, whereas the poor continue to become poorer. With the economic inequality in Australia rising, the Australian government is contributing to this by creating new policies within the budget, making those who are disadvantaged already worse off. Rather than creating policies that make the

  • Anti Discrimination Legislation

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    Anti discrimination legislation Australia Definition: The legal right for standardization irrespective of categories of discrimination; age, race, sex, disability. Australia’s national laws cover fair-minded employment prospects and anti-discrimination for the business workplace. Businesses are required to be purged of discrimination in the workplace. This is a very important and necessary task for the employer: Understanding your rights and responsibilities that are entailed in the Australian

  • Managing Cultural Diversity : An Organization

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    organization’s most important key of assets and knowing how to maximize their abilities is critical to success. Utilizing diversity and acknowledging, appreciating will help build the resources that business needs to be successful now and in the future. Australia has seen dramatic changes in the structure of its workplace. Now made up of women, immigrants, and minorities are increasing percentage of workplace. In addition to these workers, who speak variety different languages, approaches to work, and have

  • Good Faith Bargaining

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    199). Good faith bargaining on the other hand, generally refers to duty of the parties to meet and negotiate at reasonable time with willingness to reach an agreement on matters within the scope of representation (Riley 2012, pp.22-29). According to Fair Work Act 2009 “To bargain collectively is the performance of the mutual obligation of the employer and the representative of the employees to meet at reasonable times and confer in good faith with respect to wages, hour and other terms and conditions

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