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The Politics of Ethnicity in Settler Societies: States of Unease

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Why have settler societies, such as Australia, Canada, and New Zealand moved to the forefront of multi-cultural change? This question is addressed in this comparative study. David Pearson explores the linked processes of aboriginal dispossession, settler state formation and international migration, and argues these historical foundations are still closely related to recent ...more
Hardcover, 238 pages
Published May 18th 2001 by Palgrave Macmillan (first published March 13th 2001)
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David Pearson is an architect-planner who has been actively involved in inner city and new town housing for most of his working life, and with the Gaia movement (inspired by the view of the Earth as a living planet) for several years. Widely travelled, and with degrees from both University of London and University of California, he is Director of the eco and health consultancy Gaia Environments, a ...more
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