This book is the result of a unique 45 year longitudinal study that addresses the integration of 78 single Greek womwn who courageously left their homeland villages and small towns to resettle in Australia. Interviews with the 78 women in Greece prior to their departure were designed to find out why they responded to the programme and interviews in Australia (and in Greece with those who
returned) in 1965, 1976, 1990/91 and 2006/07 evaluated their adaption Interviews conducted with their spouses, relatives living in Greece, and with their children, also yielded a great deal of information on the respondent's adaption. Interesting, distinct and perceptive, this research shows how migrant women are strong, resilient and central to processes of migration and adaption. 242 x 165mm., pp. 16 (preliminaries, 393, black & white and colour plates, Appendix, bibliography, index. Hard cover in dust jacket. Contents, no inscriptions; dust jacket, medium rubbing on back - no tears. NEAR FINE.