|IMMIGRATION ADVISORY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ON SOCIAL PATTERNS INQUIRY INTO THE DEPARTURE OF SETTLERS FROM AUSTRALIA||1|
|THE COMMITTEE ON SOCIAL PATTERNS OF THE IMMIGRATION ADVISORY COUNCIL||3|
|TERMS OF REFERENCE||7|
|SUMMARY OF REPORT AND CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS||9|
|SECTION A INTRODUCTION||13|
|SECTION B PREVIOUS INQUIRY||16|
|SECTION C SIZE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF THE SETTLER DEPARTURE MOVEMENT||25|
|SECTION D FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO THE DEPARTURE OF SETTLERS||43|
|APPENDIX A INTEGRATION DEVELOPMENTS SINCE 1967||46|
|APPENDIX B AUSTRALIAN MIGRATION: SETTLER GAIN AND LOSS by Dr C. A. Price||53|
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| author1=Australia. Committee on Social Patterns.
| title=Inquiry into the departure of settlers from Australia : progress report, October 1972
| section=vii,52 pages : graph, tables ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 11 of 1973
| publisher=Government Printer
| access-date=19 May 2021
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