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The Queer(y)ing of Australian Public Culture Discourse: Activism, Rights Discourse, and Survival Strategies
      
Drawing on media, interviews, and a specific piece of proposed legislation, the essay surveys and analyses the effects of LGBT strategies of survival that are demonstrated in public culture discourse.
      
The socio-cultural and political terrain of late twentieth and early twenty-first century Australia bears witness to a public culture discourse that is deeply ambivalent about its LGBT dimensions.
      
Carefully planning, debate over ethical and legal questions, and changes in institutional and public culture are all necessary.
      
Public culture of a democratic society: Comments on Professor Rawls' Dewey lectures
      
Nick Shepherd is a senior lecturer in the Center for African Studies at the University of Cape Town, where he convenes the program in public culture in Africa.
      
An untamed drive to privatize public culture does not serve either agenda.
      
Depending on that how there is a fastening SPS in public culture, the natural, legitimate and mixed development is possible to distinguish.
      
It may even be that in the sphere of public culture poker's popularity has begun to sanitize speculation.
      
In modern societies the mixed development when the part of public culture is reproduced by natural way, and other part legitimate one is observed.
      
Standards of public culture becomes less important from local or purely private criteria of defining what is a cultural good.
      
To view voluntary societies in this period as an annex of the grand amphitheatre of genteel public culture is clearly misleading.
      
This oligopoly is unprecedented and raises concerns among trade-watchers about the future of public culture.
      
There is a large and obvious danger in the privatization of public culture, which is accelerated under the WTO regime.
      
The effort to create modern societies in the Second and Third Worlds has led, inevitably, to a reexamination of our own public culture.
      
The latter may decisively contribute to the new public culture perspective of decentralisation.
      
The systematic privatization of public culture and the swamping of linguistic minorities in a sea of English, are two of the most worrying trends.
      
We understand a process of development of society as process of reproduction of public culture and human potential.
      
What we should be after is an open and vigorous public culture, not community consensus.
      
 

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