‘Core’Culture Hegemony and Multiculturalism

@article{Forrest2006CoreCultureHA,
  title={‘Core’Culture Hegemony and Multiculturalism},
  author={James Forrest and Kevin Mark Dunn},
  journal={Ethnicities},
  year={2006},
  volume={6},
  pages={203 - 230}
}
Tensions between acceptance of policies aimed at creating a multicultural society and British (Anglo or Anglo-Celtic) Australians concerned about loss of their privileged position as members of the dominant society have been an important feature of political debate in Australia in recent years. There is, however, a paucity of empirical evidence available to assess the extent of recognition of Anglo privilege in this debate. This study draws on questions about attitudes to multicultural values… Expand
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