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Stokes, G. (1997). The politics of identity in australia. Cambridge, England ; New York: Cambridge University Press. 
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Resource type: Book
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 052158356X (hc alk. paper) ; 0521586720 (pbk. alk. paper)
BibTeX citation key: Stokes1997
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Categories: General
Keywords: Australie, identité nationale, politique culturelle
Creators: Stokes
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (Cambridge, England ; New York)
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Langue doc    eng
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Abstract     
Part I. Theorising Identity: 1. Situating Australian national identity in theory and practice Jeff Archer 2. 'Other times': Thatcher, Hawke, Keating and the politics of identity Carol Johhson 3. Universal obligations: liberalism, religion and national identity Gregory Melleuish Part II. Gender and Sexuality: 4. 'Manly, true and white': masculine identity and Australian socialism Michael Leach 5. 'Stirring tales': Australian feminism and national identity, 1900-1940 Marilyn Lake 6. The making of an Australian civic identity: the bodies of men and the memory of war Helen Pringle 7. (Homo)sexual identities, queer theory and politics Denis Altman Part III. Race, Place and Citizenship: 8. Racialism and democracy: the legacy of White Australia John Kane 9. Immigration and national identity: multiculturalism James Jupp 10. Australia and Asia: place, determinism and national identities Wayne Hudson and Geoff Stokes 11. Citizenship and Aboriginality: two conceptions of identity in Aboriginal political thought Geoff Stokes Part IV. Culture, Literature and Film: 12. Political identity in contemporary Australian literature: David Malouf, Peter Carey and M. D. Fletcher 13. Australian film and national identity in the 1990s Graeme Turner.
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