xiv, 306 p.,  p. of plates : ill., ports. ; 24 cm.
Explaores the settling migrants in Australia during the years 1945-75.
1. The role of the Department of Immigration in migrant settlement 1945-75
2. The two faces of the Department of Immigration:social workers and selectors
3. Non-compliant women in Holding Centres
4. Marginalised migrants:the mentally ill and aliens in rural areas
5. Communicating with migrants:teaching English to adults and children
6. Towards access and equity:interpreting and translating services
7. From assimilation to integration
8. Promoting Australian citizenship
9. Towards a more equal citizenship 'bargain'
10. The role of the Department of Immigration in eroding the 'white Australia policy'
11. The Department of Immigration under labor 1972-75
12. Immigration, citizenship and settlement:goals, achievements and unintended consequences. Appendix: Australian Archives records of post-war immigration.
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