Thinking Ahead, the Federation of Australian University Staff (FAUSA) and Federated Council of Academics' (FCA) 'blueprint' for growth in Australian higher education, (2) signifies a radical change of circumstance.
FAUSA and FCA do raise significant objections to aspects of the Green Paper, but as discussed below, their criticisms are constrained by what is commonly assumed.
and must lead to action and social change" (Fausa
Newsletter 1984 cited in Smith and Noble-Spruell 1986:138) in order to end the oppression of women.
With: Trond Fausa Aurvag, Marian Saastad Ottesen, Peter Stormare, Henrik Mestad, Louise Monot, Ingar Helge Gimle, Therese Brunander, Trude Bjercke Strom, Anna Gutto, Sten Ljunggren.
Main character (Trond Fausa Aurvag), who remains nameless, is an insecure young man living in an Oslo apartment.
With: Trond Fausa Aurvag, Petronella Barker, Per Schaanning, Birgitte Larsen, Johannes Joner, Ellen Horn, Anders T.
Andreas (Trond Fausa Aurvag--think Vincent Cassel but with a weaker chin and higher forehead) is dropped off by a bus in the middle of a gray-toned desert (filmed, per credits, in Iceland's Sprengisandur National Desert Reserve) and then driven into a tidy, unnamed city (actually Oslo) equally lacking in color.
[4.] Lundin KEA, Scott H, Hansen T, Paulsen G, Halstensen TS, Fausa
0, et al.