Maorierna - Nya Zeelands stolta urbefolkning. Maorierna - Nya Zeelands stolta urbefolkning. Maorierna - Nya Zeelands stolta urbefolkning Bakgrund Maorierna är Nya Zeelands ursprungsbefolkning.
På 800-talet invandrade de från Sällskapsöarna. De livnärde sig på jakt, fiske och odling. Men deras kultur var också krigisk, eventuellt med inslag av kannibalism. Under 1800-talets första hälft koloniserade britterna Nya Zeeland. Filmen är lämplig som kunskapskälla om denna lilla men livskraftiga ursprungsbefolkning. Svåra ord:Aboriginer - Urinvånare i Australien Bikulturell - Hemmahörig i två kulturerDrastisk - Överdriven, kraftigt verkandeEmigrant - UtvandrareEtnisk - Det som karaktäriserar ett folk/en folkstamEtnologi - FolklivsforskningFörvärva - Lyckas skaffa sig genom köp, arbete eller dylikt.Integritet - Okränkbarhet, oberoende, självständighetNaturreligion - Religion där dyrkan av naturen ingårNavigatör - Person som kan bestämma kurs och läge för båt eller flygPalissad - Staket av pålar till försvarSedvänja - TraditionSkända - Skymfa, vanäraÅsamka - Förorsaka, vålla.
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Aborigines are Australia's indigenous people. Recent government statistics counted approximately 400,000 aboriginal people, or about 2% of Australia's total population. Australian Aborigines migrated from somewhere in Asia at least 30,000 years ago. Though they comprise 500–600 distinct groups, aboriginal people possess some unifying links. "The Dreamtime" Aboriginal spirituality entails a close relationship between humans and the land.
Unlike other religions, however, aboriginal belief does not place the human species apart from or on a higher level than nature. Storytelling, Art, and the Didgeridoo The oral tradition of storytelling informs aboriginals' vibrant cultural life. In the Northern Territory, aboriginal art includes sculpture, bark and rock paintings, and baskets and beadwork. Australia: Fears Over New 'Stolen Generation' By Jonathan Samuels, Australia Correspondent Campaigners are asking for the law to be changed to help rescue thousands of Aboriginal children in Australia from extreme neglect.
Alcohol abuse is rife amongst indigenous communities and children are being abandoned while their parents drink. In some rural areas it is common to see toddlers in nappies wandering around unsupervised, even begging for food or warm clothing. Many non-indigenous families are so concerned that they have been taking children off the streets and into their homes without formal permission. They want the law changed to make it easier for white Australians to foster or adopt Aboriginal children. Eight-year-old Cebby, who was born to an alcoholic mother, has been surrounded by alcohol abuse and violence throughout his young life.
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Because Australia is situated west to the International Date Line, it is ahead of time compared to most other countries of the world. The proper names of Australia's time zones are: Australian Western Standard Time - UTC+08 (AWST), Australian Central Standard Time - UTC+09:30 (ACST), and Australian Eastern Standard Time - UTC+10:00 (AEST). Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) Covers the eastern states of Queensland, New South Wales (with the exception of the town of Broken Hill), Victoria, Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory.
Australian Central Standard Time (ACST) Covers the state of South Australia, the town of Broken Hill in western New South Wales and the Northern Territory. Australian Western Standard Time (AWST) Covers Western Australia. Daylight Saving Time in Australia Daylight Saving Time is the practice of advancing clocks one hour during the summer months of the year.