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Latin Americans in Australia : a study in migration satisfaction

Anderson, Paul Simon


Nearly three-fourths of the 33,000 Latin Americans in Australia in mid-1976 are from Chile, Uruguay and Argentina. Political and economic "pushes" plus Australia’s assistance are the main reasons for that flow, but many unmarried immigrants from those and other Latin American nations are motivated by travel desires. Most come from the metropolitan middle class, but there are wide variations between the migrants. Prior to 1969 the flow was notably "non-Latin" (e.g. Anglo-Argentinian), but...[Show more]

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Date published: 1979
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d723e970f910


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