International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 10, Part K (2015)
Gujarati Diaspora at Extremes: Australia and Kuwait
Virendra Singh Chundawat
Migrants and their families have to go through lot of socio-psychological pressure and cultural changes always bring more confusion in the role set which in turn produces the role-conflicts. The ties between the relations of husband- wife, brother-sister and peer groups keep on experience the changes. Problem of settlement and social adjustment during their initial stay, unemployment or underemployment, economic exploitation and social discrimination by local people, cultural conflict, confusion, dilemma, shock, feeling of alienation, preservation of separate ethnic identity and generation gap between first and second generation immigrants etc. These problems are to be studied in terms of causes and consequences and explained specifically within socio-cultural context. Most important is to observe the comparative adjustments in the socio-cultural & socio-psychological aspects faced by Gujarati Diaspora in two different countries of destination.
How to cite this article:
Virendra Singh Chundawat. Gujarati Diaspora at Extremes: Australia and Kuwait. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(10): 735-737.