The stressful experience of encountering another culture.
The idea that acculturation starts with positive experiences, proceeds to negative and then returns to being positive over a course of time.
Acquiring an understanding of, and an ability to share in, the rules and conventions of a culture.
The existence of features of more than one culture in a group or an activity.
The set of social and political policies that maintain a multicultural society.
The degree of similarity of values, attitudes, customs and practices between people of different cultures.
A form of discrimination based on the actual or perceived race of another person or group.
The process of educating and training people about the nature and consequences of racism.
People of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islands descent.
Those people descended from the pre-colonial inhabitants of mainland Australia.
A discipline of psychology that studies the relationship of individuals to the wider society.
An indigenous world view that supplies the framework for understanding and interpreting the world.