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Key concepts and content from Unit 4

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1.'___ ______' - The number of migrants who came to Australia between 1945 and 1965. (2 Words)
2.‘________ or Perish’ – A post World War 2 immigration strategy designed to increase Australia’s population for the purposes of strengthening defence, economy and democratic ideals.
5.'________' passage - a scheme where potential immigrants are enticed to emigrate a country by having their transport fare paid for or heavily discounted.
6.penal '_______' – a settlement for prisoners being punished for their crimes by being removed from place or country where they lived
8.The idea that several cultures can co-exist peacefully and equitably in one country.
10.The '_________' Test - The discriminatory immigration test of 50 words in any European language created in 1901 as a means to keep undesirable non-British immigrants out of 'White' Australia.
11.Hard-working cane field labourers from the South Sea Islands of the Pacific. Many Islanders were actually kidnapped, enslaved and forced to work in Australia
13.Immigration "___________" Act (1901) - The first Act of Parliament passed after Federation of the colonies. This policy was designed to maintain a British, European or dominant ‘white’ population and aimed at excluding all non-European migrants.
14.Information that describes the Dreamtime, explains Aboriginal people’s relationship to the land, and sets out their traditional rules of behaviour.
15.‘_____' Australia Policy – a government attitude that developed in the mid-nineteenth century and persisted for about 100 years which resulted in restricted entry into Australia of people who were not of ‘white’ European stock.
16.The original people or native inhabitants of a particular place
17.An unreasonable fear or hatred of foreigners or strangers.
1.The process of sending convicts from Britain to Australia.
3.Ten '_____' Pom - a term used in Australia to describe British people who migrated to Australia after the Second World War under an assisted passage scheme
4.'______' seeker - a person who has fled their own country and applies to the government of another country for protection as a refugee.
7.A ‘bundle of rights’ that may include the right to hunt, fish and conduct ceremonies and to be consulted about future development. (2 Words)
9.To change and adapt by taking on the language, customs and practices of a new culture, whilst being expected to abandon their original language and cultural practices in order to ‘fit in’ their new environment.
12.An industrious race of Asian people who migrated to Australia in large numbers during the Gold Rush of the 1850's, who were soon treated unjustly to suspicion, violence and discrimination as fear of their culture and presence spread.

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