Australia's Archetype

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Blue Eagle Group, 2008
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What makes Australia a "down under" land? Australia is a very special place in the world that can only be understood diving beneath the surface of facts and the apparent contradictions of an emerging empire. In this e-book you will recognize the emerging power of the unique archetype of Australians. The Unicist Archetype is defined by the conceptual structure underlying a society's collective behavior. The conceptual structure is defined by the collective unconsciousness, its taboos, myths and ancestral utopias, which translate into habits, customs and dominating ethics. Australia is: Trust, Cooperation and Trade-off Australia, Down Under, is the most developed culture in the southern hemisphere. Its cultural model is simple and effective. It is based on the existence of a strong national tradition capable of integrating with very different cultures while not losing its identity. Its main ally in the economic field is Japan, which has been quite a significant market for Australia's primary products exportation, serving as a driver, due to its high level of demand, for the development of primary products that nowadays lead the commodities world as far as quality and reliability. For decades, those distant from Australia watched it as a curious continent: natural habitat of the (duckbill) ornithorhynchus, of tribes living in the Stone Age, of sharks close to shores and other peculiarities. This book includes the unicist ontology of the Australian archetype.

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