This study deals with the political facets of the Greek sub-culture in Australia ever the period
1926-1970. Ideas on how far it is legitimate, expedient and possible for Greeks to participate in
the Australian political process are identified and linked to assumptions and beliefs about the
relationships of equality and of unequal power in which Greeks are involved, and about the
importance and consequence of ethnicity as a social identity.
These ideas were traced in the commentary of...[Show more]
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