The Resource We stay Lebanese together, Scott Poynting, Greg Noble, Paul Tabar

We stay Lebanese together, Scott Poynting, Greg Noble, Paul Tabar

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We stay Lebanese together
Title
We stay Lebanese together
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Scott Poynting, Greg Noble, Paul Tabar
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Language
eng
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Poynting, Scott
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  • Tabar, Paul
  • Noble, Greg
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  • Multiculturalism
  • Cultural Identity
  • Lebanese in Australia
  • Attitude (Psychology)
  • Adolescents in Australia
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We stay Lebanese together, Scott Poynting, Greg Noble, Paul Tabar
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In: Education Australia, vol. 37 1997. pp. 10-13
Contents
This article examines ethnic masculinity and the secon-generation adolescent male migrant. More specifically it captures the thoughts and feeling of a graoup of young males of Lebanese descent, from Sydney's Western suburbs, who talk openly about theircoming of age experience. Subjects discussed include stereotypes, family relations, male and female gender roles, perceived differences between "Aussie boys" and perceptions of "Non-Leb girls" and similarities and differences between "Lebs" and other male adolescents of Non-Anglo heritage such as Greeks, Italians and "Asians". Other issues discussed include racism, gangs, violent crime and sexual relations. Curriculum Area: Community and Family studies
Extent
4 p.
Label
We stay Lebanese together, Scott Poynting, Greg Noble, Paul Tabar
Note
In: Education Australia, vol. 37 1997. pp. 10-13
Contents
This article examines ethnic masculinity and the secon-generation adolescent male migrant. More specifically it captures the thoughts and feeling of a graoup of young males of Lebanese descent, from Sydney's Western suburbs, who talk openly about theircoming of age experience. Subjects discussed include stereotypes, family relations, male and female gender roles, perceived differences between "Aussie boys" and perceptions of "Non-Leb girls" and similarities and differences between "Lebs" and other male adolescents of Non-Anglo heritage such as Greeks, Italians and "Asians". Other issues discussed include racism, gangs, violent crime and sexual relations. Curriculum Area: Community and Family studies
Extent
4 p.

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