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Myths of Indigenous Australians
When Europeans first arrived to Australia, they viewed the indigenous inhabitants as lacking sufficient civilisation to be deemed as the tangible owners and sovereigns of the land (Bulbeck 1998), this attitude caused many incorrect social myths and stereotypes to be placed upon them. European settlers maintained these theories to help rationalize their own approach to genocide in order to claim the land (Keesing 1981). In addition to this, the Europeans also felt that if these Indigenous Australians forcefully gave in to their 'wild wandering and unsettled habits' then they would actually…
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