Essay from the year 2010 in the subject English - Applied Geography, grade: 1,3, , language: English, abstract: Outline: 1. Introduction (Definition of the word Aborigine) 2. A long way 2.1 Aborigines in the past 2.2 Acceptance and rights 3. Culture 4. Social problems 5. Conclusion 6. Bibliography 1. Introduction The word 'Aborigine ' is english, it comes from latin origine and meant natives. It is the name for the inhabitants of Australia, who lived their at the time of the arrival of the Europeans and it was given to them by these 'white ones'. The shortversion 'Abbo' is considered politically incorrect. The natives in the southeast called themselves 'kooris', 'nungars' in the southwest and 'murri' in the south. Other related terms for Aborigines include indigenous peoples, aboriginal people, native people, first people, fourth world cultures and autochthonous.
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