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Issue Details: First known date: 2000... 2000 'The Good Australians' : Multiculturalism and the Anglo-Indian Diaspora
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This article begins with an analysis of 'Australia's various categorisations of the Anglo-Indian community under the country's 'evolving' immigration policies'. It goes on to critique 'the ways in which Anglo-Indians have been used to promote official Australian multiculturalism' and it concludes with an examination of 'the connection between discourses of Australian multiculturalism and the variegated nature of Anglo-Indian stereotypes in recent literature'.

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