By Arnold Dashefsky, Jan DeAmicis, Bernard Lazerwitz, Ephraim Tabory
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Therefore, the next best option was undertaken, that is, to analyze comparable data sets available to us for at least two countries with similar patterns of substantial voluntary international migration, Australia and Israel, which are considerably different from the United States. Both of these countries are similar in that they have the largest immigrant presence of the advanced industrialized societies (Evans, 1984). ) Each instance of American emigration was initially examined separately, but the emphasis in this study is on their commonalities and meaningful differences.
Some settlers had no particular love for Australia, others 4Working independently, Haour-Knipe (1990) studied 42 North American emigrants in Geneva, Switzerland, and found a similar set of motivations to which she attached different labels but similar distinctions. Her findings offer support for the distinctions proposed here. 42 CHAPTER 3 extolled its advantages. Some bitterly criticized the "quality of life" as Finifter and Finifter (1980b) refer to it back in America. Others were unabashedly homesick and patriotic Americans.
Indeed, the bulk of our findings reported in the subsequent chapters will revolve around an exposition of these meanings and identities. 3 tries to capture the full gamut of the motivations for migration, it should be kept in mind that our study concerns itself with voluntaristic international migrants. This book concentrates on Americans who have gone abroad with the intention to work or remain in the receiving country for more than one year, and who have sometimes remained there permanently. It is of particular interest that these people make free choices to move to other industrialized (but less affluent) societies.
Americans Abroad: A Comparative Study of Emigrants from the United States by Arnold Dashefsky, Jan DeAmicis, Bernard Lazerwitz, Ephraim Tabory