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|Title:||The Bush Myth: Internationalisation, Tradition and Community in the Australian Context|
|Authors:||Pinnington, Ashly, H.|
|Publisher:||Springer International Publishing|
|Series/Report no.:||Philosophy of Management;|
|Abstract:||The Australian bush has many meanings. Notably, the bush is an environment of both nostalgic loss and regeneration, and is a contradictory place capable of signifying homeliness and otherness. This article examines the durability of the myth of the Australian bush as a locale for the internationalisation of capital, employment and environmental management and as a resource for traditional concepts of Australian identity.|
|Appears in Collections:||Pinnington, Ashly|
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