Permanent impermanence: Israeli expatriates in non-event transition

Ruth Linn, Nurit Barkan-Ascher

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Examines the effects of the non-event as perceived by the immigrants themselves. Obtains data about the circumstances of the respondents, the personal significance which they attributed to the non-event, and the ways in which they reacted to that non-event.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)5-16
Number of pages12
JournalJewish Journal of Sociology
Issue number1
StatePublished - 1996


  • Adult Development
  • Analysis
  • Canada
  • Canada -- Emigration and immigration
  • Cultures and civilizations
  • Ethnic groups. Acculturation. Cultural identity
  • Events
  • Expatriates
  • Immigrants
  • Israel -- Emigration and immigration
  • Israeli people
  • Israelis -- Canada
  • Jewish Cultural Groups
  • Life Events
  • Return Migration
  • Sociology


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