Dutch identity and assimilation in Australia : an interpretative approach
The following ethnography is a study of Dutch identity and assimilation in Australia. Dutch migrants have been and still are known as an assimilated people who came to Australia and voluntarily abandoned their culture just as they abandoned their fellow countrymen. Because of this they are considered as among the most successful of migrants, almost a non-ethnic group. Drawing on a variety of texts including the research literature, government publications and newspaper reports about...[Show more]
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