Origins of Multiculturalism: An Analysis of the Historical Emergence of the Canadian Multiculturalism Policy of 1971. Official multiculturalism was a watershed in Canadian identity that originated as a consequence of the changes of the 1960s. In order to appreciate the historic shift towards multiculturalism policy, this article will achieve the following […]
The Doctrine of First Nations: An Analysis of Aboriginal Political Recognition in Canada versus Australia v. Table of Contents Counter-Arguments p.33 Five Counter-Arguments Rebutted p.33 Future Questions p.36 6. Conclusion p.37 7. Bibliography p.39 8. Appendix 1 p.45 Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 5. Counter-Arguments and Future Questions Five Counter-Arguments Refuted At this […]
4. Central Argument
The central argument of this paper is advanced by explaining the logic of indigenous participation in nationalist discourse. Then, elaborating on the three major factors that converge in Canada. The absence of these factors in Australia most likely explains the divergent outcomes.
The Doctrine of First Nations: An Analysis of Aboriginal Political Recognition in Canada versus Australia v.
The Doctrine of First Nations: An Analysis of Indigenous Political Recognition in Canada versus Australia