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Examine how and why the issue of 'race' affected/affects my life in diverse ways and how this links into existing 'race' related theories.
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The following text is a form of writing that I have experimented with for the first time. Its structure is far removed from the conventional form of academic writing (a form that I am most familiar with as a second year university student). My intention is to examine how and why the issue of 'race' affected/affects my life in diverse ways and how this links into existing 'race' related theories. Being a Fiji Indian woman living in Australia and completing a degree in early childhood education, the issue of 'race' most certainly impacts on both my personal and professional life in many ways. You will see that this paper is written in two columns. My personal experiences and viewpoints related to the issue of 'race' (an element typically hidden in academic essays) will be discussed and explored in the right-hand column. In the left-hand column I will speak with an academic voice. I will outline some theoretical views dealing with the issue of 'race.' Both columns tie in and complement each other in both direct and subtle ways throughout this piece. One may choose to read one column at a time in any order or, one may choose
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