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Aborigines in Australia.
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Aborigines in Australia
Soc 305 Minority Group Relations
Prof. Kim Cummins
Luis Robles De Jesus
A) Introduction and Overview of the History of the Relationship
B) Analysis of the Plight of the Australian Aborigines
1. Functional Theory
2. Conflict Theory
3. Interactive Theory
The aborigines in Australia have been the subject of controversy and attention towards the end of the 20th century because of their maltreatment in the hands of their British colonizers and continued persecution in a land they rightfully own. Their rich culture, which dates back to the Ice and Stone Age, is near extinction because of the oppression they suffered through time. In spite of the odds, however, the remaining children of this near extinct but proud race are fighting valiantly to survive and preserve their proof of existence in a world dominated by educated and civilized people.
This essay analyzes the plight of this minority group in three theoretical perspectives namely: Functional Theory, Conflict Theory, and Interactive Theory. A comparison of the circumstances of Australian aborigines with a minority group in the United
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