In the late 18th century, ragtag groups of Europeans started to arrive in Australia.
Author: John Dickson
In the late 18th century, ragtag groups of Europeans started to arrive in Australia. Most were convicts, some were soldiers, a few had just run out of choices. They blundered onto an ancient land that had been peopled for 65,000 years. They wanted to make it just like home. They cleared the land, they fenced it, they paved it and they put buildings on it. All the while, the country's first peoples watched on, bewildered by these clumsy immigrants and their mysterious ways. M is for Mutiny! History by Alphabet (CBCA shortlisted) is a taste of the intriguing history of Australia and the many entry points for children to explore further. Why did Sir Joseph Banks hate bananas? Did anyone like William Bligh? Who's afraid of Pemulwuy?
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Author: Amy Seely Flint
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Infused with our authors’ personal experiences teaching, Literacy in Australia, 3rd Edition is delivered as a full colour printed textbook with an interactive eBook code included. This enables students to master concepts and succeed in assessment by taking the roadblocks out of self-study, with features designed to get the most out of learning such as animations, interactivities, concept check questions and videos. With a prioritised focus on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures featured throughout the text, pre-service teachers will be well-equipped with the knowledge of what kinds of activities they can include in and out of the classroom for an enriching learning experience for their students.
This is the newest addition to the successful and award-winning series - M is for Mutiny (CBCA shortlisted 2018), William Bligh: a stormy story of tempestuous times (CBCA shortlisted 2017), The Startling Story of Lachlan Macquarie (CBCA ...
Author: John Dickson
The Good, The Bad and The Silly is a taste of the intriguing history of Australia to alert young readers of the storytelling treasures to be unearthed in Australia's settlement history. This is the newest addition to the successful and award-winning series - M is for Mutiny (CBCA shortlisted 2018), William Bligh: a stormy story of tempestuous times (CBCA shortlisted 2017), The Startling Story of Lachlan Macquarie (CBCA 2018 Notable) and The Unlikely Story of Bennelong and Phillip (WAYRBA shortlisted 2016).
As Knightly (2000) forcefully illustrates, with very few exceptions from the
Crimean war, the so-called Indian mutiny, the Zulu wars of 1879 as well as the
more familiar conflicts of the 20th century, the role which war correspondents
played in ...
Author: John Richardson
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
(Mis)Representing Islam explores and illustrates how élite broadsheet newspapers are implicated in the production and reproduction of anti-Muslim racism. The book approaches journalistic discourse as the inseparable combination of ‘social practices’, ‘discursive practices’ and the ‘texts’ themselves from a perspective which fuses Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) with Edward Said’s critique of Orientalism. This framework enables Richardson to (re)contextualise élite journalism within its professional, political, economic, social and historic settings and present a critical and precise examination of not only the prevalence but also the form and potential effects of anti-Muslim racism. The book analyses the centrality of van Dijk’s ideological square and the significance and utility of stereotypical topoi in representing Islam and Muslims, focusing in particular on the reporting of Turkey, Pakistan, Iran, Israel/Palestine, Algeria, Iraq and Britain. This timely book should interest researchers and students of racism, Islam, Journalism and Communication studies, Rhetoric, and (Critical) Discourse Analysis.
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Gr . muző , to utter the sound mu , produced by Mystery , mis ' ter - i , n . , that
which is closed or conclosing the lips . ... one guilty of mutiny . rative founded on
a remote event , esp . those mutinous , mu ' ti - lius , adj . , disposed to mutiny ;
To rise against MYSTAGOGUE , mis ' ta - güg , s . 338 . Goe who authority , to
make insurrection . interprets divine mysteries ; also one who keeps charch Mutiny , mů te - né , s . ... To grumble , to MYSTERIARCH , mís - te - ré - årk , s .
To MUTINE, (mu'-tin) v. n. To rise in mutiny. MUTINEER ... To MUTINY, (mu'-te-ne
) v. n. To rise against authority; to make insurrection; to move sedition. ...
MYSTAGOGUE, (mis'-to-gog) n.s. One who interprets divine mysteries; also one
Myrtiforme , adj . mir - ti - for - m , myrtiform , in - , trice , adj . mutilating . the shape
of a myrtle ( in anatomy ) . ... Se Mutiner , vr . se - mu - li - né , to mutiny ; to rise
Mystérieusement , adv . mis - té - ri - et - s - mān , mygin arms ; to be forward .