Since the early 1960s, hundreds of thousands of Turks have gone abroad, particularly to West
Germany, to sell their labour power mainly under the so-called guestworker scheme. Only a small
proportion (an estimated 1 per cent) have migrated to Australia, doing so in a context which was
considered — by the Australian government, although not by many Turkish migrants — to be
permanent settlement. In the late 1980s, the number of Turkish migrants and their children in
Australia totalled around...[Show more]
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