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Publication Date: 1995
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Headon, David, Hooton, Joy, Horne, Donald
A collection of lively essays by Australia's leading cultural commentators on the pursuits and concerns that give meaning and significance to everyday life. It covers a range of topics-from cultural heritage, gender and fashion to the beach, new films and the Sylvania Waters phenomenon. It proclaims that the assumed truths of the past can no longer stand, that indigenous, feminist, multicultural and regional issues are demanding equal time, and that the workplace is altering and the political map is changing. Would appeal to the general reader with an interest in Australian issues. There are notes to accompany each essay and a general index.Headon, David is the author of 'Abundant Culture: Meaning and Significance in Everyday Australia', published 1995 under ISBN 9781863736442 and ISBN 1863736441.