Settlement Experiences of Post-1995 Male Migrants from India in New Zealand
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This ethnographic study of 20 male migrants from India to New Zealand since 1995, examined their settlement experiences including challenges, struggles and conflicts and how they managed and overcame these challenges. The study also explored how migrants coped with the stressors that migration posed. The results documented narratives of fortitude and resilience and the use of familial, collective and spiritual strategies in overcoming the formidable barriers faced by migrants during their resettlement to New Zealand.
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