Ethnic Diversity Down Under: Ethnic Precincts in Sydney
||Ethnic precincts, Place marketing, Ethnic Economy, Tourism, Contradictions
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 4.
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This paper explores the emergence of ethnic precincts in Sydney, Australia's largest, most culturally-diverse city.
It explores the key role of ethnic entrepreneurs and government authorities in shaping the emergence and
development of these precincts. The paper also explores the ‘place marketing’ of ethnic precincts and the way
that they can link into national and international tourism as cultural diversity becomes commodified. The paper
finally explores the contradictions inherent in contemporary ethnic precincts in Sydney.
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