Waters of belonging : Al-miyahu Tajma'unah: Arabic Australians and the Georges River Parklands

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UTSePress
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Non-traditional output
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Goodall Heather et al. 2012, 'Waters of belonging : Al-miyahu Tajma'unah: Arabic Australians and the Georges River Parklands', UTSePress, Sydney
Issue Date:
2012
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This series arises from Parklands, Culture and Communities, a project which looks at how cultural diversity shapes people's understandings and use of the Georges River and green spaces in Sydney's south west. We focus on the experiences of four local communities (Aboriginal, Vietnamese, Arabic and Anglo Australians) and their relationships with the river, parks and each other. Culturally diverse uses and views have not often been recognised in Australia in park and green space management models, which tend to be based on Anglo-Celtic 'norms' about nature and recreation. UTS and the Office of Environment and Heritage supported this research because they have been interested in how the more diverse cultural knowledges held by Australians today might offer support for managing green spaces more effectively.
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