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Booklet - A. J. Grassby, 'Foreign Languages in Australia', 1974 Reg. No: HT 7466
- Booklet by A. J. Grassby titled 'Foreign Languages in Australia', published by Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, 1974. It contains a conference paper presented at the State Conference of the Modern Language Teachers' Association of Queensland, by then Minister for Immigration, the Hon. A. J. Grassby, M.H.R. on 3 August 1973.
- A staple bound, four-page booklet with black text on off-white, matt paper. Cover is mint green cardboard and is printed with dark green text, it features the Australian Coat of Arms (kangaroo and emu stood either side of a shield) in the bottom right corner.
- Acquisition Information:
- Donation from Honourable A Grassby, 2002
|Dimensions:||15.1 cm (Width), 21.0 cm (Length)|
|Tagged with:||national identity, immigration debates, immigration policies, citizenship, nationalism, language learning, language education, language teaching, language services, immigration ethnic affairs|
|Themes this item is part of:||Albert Jaime (Al) Grassby, Politician (1926-2005), Public Life & Institutions Collection|
|Tertiary Classification:||promotional materials|
|Inscriptions:||Front cover: FOREIGN LANGUAGES / IN AUSTRALIA / The Hon. A. J. Grassby, M.H.R. / Immigration Reference Paper / AUSTRALIA
Title page: Department of Immigration / FOREIGN LANGUAGES / IN AUSTRALIA / Immigration Reference Paper / Paper presented at the / State Conference of the Modern / Language Teachers' Association of / Queensland by the Minister for Immigration, / the Hon. A. J. Grassby, M.H.R., / Brisbane, 3 August 1973 / Australian Government Publishing Service / Canberra 1974
|Author:||Honourable A Grassby, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 3 Aug 1973
Booklet contains a conference paper presented at the State Conference of the Modern Language Teachers' Association of Queensland, by the Hon. A. J. Grassby on 3 August 1973.
|Publisher:||Australian Government Publishing Service (AGPS), Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 1974|