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Issue Details: First known date: 2007... 2007 Careful Mapping: Cassandra Pybus and Richard Flanagan Redraw Tasmania
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    y separately published work icon Australia : Who Cares? David Callahan (editor), Perth : API Network , 2007 Z1565017 2007 anthology criticism Who, in Australia, is doing the caring, and how encouraging are the examples of caring that Australia gives us? Australia-Who Cares? examines these questions from a variety of perspectives and incorporates discussion of immigration and asylum seekers, Indigenous Australians, multiculturalism and the environment, and the representation of these issues in photography, media, literature, law, and policy. Underpinning these considerations is the question of Australia itself: what makes this country what it is? This collection recasts some of the thorniest debates that the nation is presently faced with in terms of caring or, as a number of the chapters uncover, not caring. Surprising and thought-provoking, this collection will inspire debate and reflection on what it means to be Australian. Contributions by Michael Ackland, Stephen Alomes, Veronica Brady, Nicholas Brown, David Callahan, Kathryn Choules, Toija Cinque, Uros Cvoro, Catherine Dunne, Vicki Grieves, Fincina Hopgood, Anne Maxwell, Carol Merli, Wenche Ommundsen, Emily Potter, Libby Robin, Kay Schaffer, John Scheckter, Kay Souter, and Gerhard Stilz. (publishers Flyer sighted 05/03/2009) Perth : API Network , 2007 pg. 107-123
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