Immigration With a Difference: Greek Adventures in the South-Pacific Rim

George Kanarakis


Immigration is not a product of modern societies as many people believe. To the contrary, in its broad meaning it is an age-old phenomenon, the beginnings of which are veiled by the haze of prehistoric times. A source that contributes to our better
understanding of this concept is the etymological analysis of the word immigration itself, which proves that its realisation goes back to those early times.

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