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|dc.identifier.citation||Scottish Geographical Journal, 2003; 119(3):247-264||-|
|dc.description||© Royal Scottish Geographical Society||-|
|dc.description.abstract||International migration between Asia and Australia has undergone profound change in the last two decades. This paper outlines the major changes which have occurred in this movement. The proportion of Australia's resident population born in Asia has increased from 1.1 % in 1976 to 5.5 % in 2001. Asians now make up more than a third of new settlers to Australia but there has been an increased diversity in the flow of Asian settlers to Australia as well as the substantial increase in numbers. Australian international migration has entered a new era since the mid-1990s with a greatly increased flow of temporary workers to Australia. The inflow of these workers is less dominated by Asia-born people than is the permanent flow except for student migration. There is also an increasing flow of movers from Australia to Asia. Much current knowledge and research remain focused on Asian permanent settlement in Australia. While this is important and worthwhile, there is a need to broaden the work to encompass the full range of population movements between Asia and Australia if the impact of international migration is to be adequately assessed.||-|
|dc.publisher||Royal Scottish Geograph Soc||-|
|dc.title||Asian migration to Australia: Changing trends and implications||-|
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