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Valérie-Anne Ryser, France Weaver and Judite Gonçalves

. Human Relation 7(2): 117–140. Freedman, Vicki A., Frank Stafford, Norbert Schwarz, Frederick Conrad, and Jennifer C. Cornman. 2012. Disability, Participation, and Subjective Wellbeing Among Older Couples. Social Science and Medicine 74(4): 588–596. Gana, Kamel, Nathalie Bailly, Yaël Saada, Michèle Joulain, Raphaël Trouillet, Catherine Hervé, and Daniel Alaphilippe. 2013. Relationship Between Life Satisfaction and Physical Health in Older Adults: A Longitudinal Test of Cross-Lagged and Simultaneous Effects. Health Psychology 32(8): 896

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Geoffrey Brahm Levey

the terms of Australian multiculturalism were actually respected. To support these arguments, I analyse two prominent cases in recent political history. The first is the 2006 clash between John Howard’s conservative government and the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria (ECCV) over the introduction of a citizenship test. The second case concerns the attempt by Tony Abbott’s conservative government during 2013–14 to reform the anti-vilification provisions of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth). The cases highlight how Australia’s multiculturalism regime is

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Fethi Mansouri, Amelia Johns and Vince Marotta

confidence, as well as encourage resilience towards more negative encounters and influences both ‘online’ and ‘offline’ (refer pp. 30–35). Transnational affiliations, which also underpin digital media use and engagements of an increasing number of young citizens, have been found in the literature to be predominantly protective as they enhance points of belonging and underscore a sense of global community and connectedness. However, the embrace of diversity may be fragile or changeable and it can be tested by economic crisis and political conflict. Multiple networks and