Culture Of Australia

Australian drinking culture

Australian drinking culture


Updated Australians are going to have to wish for more than good health before a bout of binge-drinking to avoid sobering consequences to their mental health. Australian Medical Association vice-president Stephen Parnis described Australia s relationship with alcohol as extremely unhealthy and said…


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Australian Coffee culture

Australian Coffee culture


Australia s take coffee very seriously. Although Italian migrants introduced espresso coffee in the post-World War II period, it wasn t until the 1990s that Aussies obsession began. A style of espresso coffee created in Australia, the flat white , has even started turning up in the cafes of New York and London. Starbucks Interestingly, Starbucks, which dominates markets around…


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Work culture in Australia

Work culture in Australia


Are Australians hard to understand? Maybe, but we can help you enjoy your time here by explaining some of Australian working culture. Here’s what to do and what not to do while working in Australia. What is Australian culture like? What will you need to know to do or not do while you’re here? We can tell you the basics. What is Australian culture like? Australian culture is…


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Australian cultural identity

Australian cultural identity


Everyone has culture. However, while we are born into cultures we are not born with culture. Culture is something that we learn. Culture is dynamic and adapts to changing circumstances. Some aspects of culture are our identity; ethnicity, age or generation; gender; sexual orientation; education; occupation and socio-economic status; and ability/disability. Culture can also…


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Dating in Australia culture

Dating in Australia culture


I always found the way American guys try to get girls was a bit aggressive. The American boys love to play games with girls, and the whole grinding thing? Yuck. The flirting/hooking up game was so different in Australia! And the drinking culture? Americans drink to get drunk and go out, Aussies love a beer with almost anything and drink because they mostly enjoy the taste (they…


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What is cultural diversity in Australia?

What is cultural diversity in Australia?


FEATURE ARTICLE 2: AUSTRALIA S CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY In addition to our rich Indigenous cultures, Australia is a nation built on the migrant experience and consequently is one of the most diverse countries in the world. In this, the United Nations declared International Year for the Rapprochement of Cultures, Australian society is a microcosm of the entire world…


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Sport culture in Australia

Sport culture in Australia


Australians like to think of themselves as sports obsessives, a nation of people who play hard, are loyal to their team and passionate about sporting endeavour. Stefan Grun looks at the background to this sense of national identity. There are three main factors that define a culture - values, environment and reminders. Values are those things which define behaviours the group…


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South Australia, culture

South Australia, culture


Definition of culture: “The set of shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes an institution, organization or group.” We’d argue that ‘culturally speaking’ South Australians tend to be open-minded, relaxed and accessible. Historically, we’re a very progressive state and a champion of the ‘fair go’ (it’s little known we were the first in the world to accord…


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Australian cultural heritage

Australian cultural heritage


Australian cultural material is an important part of Australia s heritage and national identity. We protect Australia’s unique cultural heritage from leaving the country and being lost to future generations of Australians. Cultural material may be considered significant for ethnological, historical, literary, artistic, scientific or technological reasons. Examples include Indigenous…


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Indigenous Australian cultural

Indigenous Australian cultural


Event Type:Everyday event Time:09.30 AM to 05.00 PM Location:Level G Admission: Witness the history, spirituality and diversity of the world’s oldest living cultures in the First Australians galleries. Located on the ground floor, the galleries house two contemporary exhibitions, Garrigarrang: Sea Country and Bayala Nura: Yarning Country . The galleries showcase a selection…


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