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- Students who have fallen behind in understanding ethnic groups of Australia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, and New Zealand
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Students Will Review:
This chapter helps students review the concepts in an ethnic groups in Oceania unit of a standard college anthropology course. Topics covered include:
- Ethnic groups in Australia and New Zealand
- Fiji ethnic groups
- Ethnic groups in Papua New Guinea
1. Ethnic Groups in Australia
Australia is a unique nation in many regards. In this lesson, we're going to talk about ethnicity in Australia and see what diversity has meant for this nation.
2. New Zealand Ethnic Groups
The island nation of New Zealand has a unique stance on its national identity. In this lesson we'll talk about New Zealand identity and see how this is influenced by the ethnic composition of the nation.
3. Fiji Ethnic Groups
Fiji is famed for its scenery and tourist industry, but how much do you know about the people who live there? In this lesson, we'll talk about ethnicity in Fiji and see what this means to the nation today.
4. Papua New Guinea Ethnic Groups
Have you ever heard of Papua New Guinea? It's an incredibly diverse nation filled with all sorts of people. This lesson describes just some of the important ethnic groups that make up this nation.
5. Australian Social Class System
Australia has traditionally been regarded as being a classless society. Research has revealed, however, that social classes do exist. This lesson will identify and describe the five social classes that make up Australian society.
6. Traditional Games in Indonesia
Welcome to Indonesia, a nation made of the world's largest island chain. Despite the difference between the inhabitants of more than 1,000 islands, many play the same games. Let's look at a few of these games to better know the Indonesian people.
7. Traditional Games in Samoa
This lesson highlights a fun aspect of Samoan life, traditional games. Believed to be some of the happiest people on Earth, we'll look at large festival competitions, leisurely games, and fun community activities to pass the evening hours.
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