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Pest Analysis of Australia

Pest Analysis of Australia

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Published by: Ankit Sharma on Mar 21, 2012
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PEST ANALYSIS OF AUSTRALIAnikita atoleroll no. 01
 
SOCIAL ANALYSIS OF AUSTRALIA
Location:
Oceania, continent between the IndianOcean and the South Pacific Ocean
Capital:
Canberra
Climate:
generally arid to semiarid; temperate in southand east; tropical in north
Population:
19,913,144
Religions:
Anglican 26.1%, Roman Catholic 26%, otherChristian 24.3%, non-Christian 11%, other 12.6%
Languages in Australia:
English is the primary languageused in Australia.
 
Social analysis of australia
A Multi-Cultural Society
:The initial population of Australia was made up of Aborigines and people of British and Irish descent.After World War II there was heavy migration from Europe,especially from Greece, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands,Yugoslavia, Lebanon, and Turkey. This was in response tothe Australian policy of proactively trying to attractimmigrants to boost the population and work force.In the last thirty years, Australia has liberalised itsimmigration policy and opened its borders to South EastAsia. This has caused a real shift in self-perception asAussies begin to re-define themselves as a multi-culturaland multi-faith society rather then the old homogenous,white, Anglo- Saxon, Protestant nation.

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