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It also, however, impacted on the constructed internal space dynamic. Formerly a nurse and Social Trainer, Ms Cresswell is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. In 2013, immigrants ranked that last out of 10 attributes, with lifestyle now topping the list. No one dares to complain. “If you don’t like it”, you are told “go back to your own country”. It is pertinent to add that these social conditions often helped the ethnic entrepreneurs to mobilize certain groups against the other group.

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Publisher: National Portrait Gallery (July 20, 2006)

ISBN: 1855142821

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