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dc.description.abstractnewline The human beings have been migrating, since their origin, from their own newlinehomeland to other geographical and cultural locations, willingly, partially forcefully newlineor forcefully. In the era of science and technology, globalization being the most newlinecrucial, critical and debatable issue, provides boost to mass migration across the newlineglobe. Globalization causes international migration such as labour migration, newline family migration and brain- drain migration etc. Everyone wants to move out of newlinehis or her native soil in search of better fortune, education, services, trade and newlinecommerce, economic benefits, better positions and perks. As a result of it, there is newlineincreasing cross-cultural awareness and interactions about the international newlinecommunities. The issues regarding other s culture, race, religion, geographical newlineregions have not been unfamiliar to the people belonging to any places or culture in newlinethis fastly shrinking global world. But migrated people belong to the particular newlinecultural background and tried in various ways to relate to their homeland. It results in newlineemergence of fundamental problems related to cultural clashes, identity crisis, newlinedisplacement, exile and expatriation which immigrants face in alien country. Most of newlinethe immigrants find it difficult to adjust with the new environment. The certain newlineexperiences in the adopted land lead them under a flux of two opposing cultures and newlinetwo contrasting worlds. newline
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dc.languageEnglish
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dc.titleCULTURAL CONFLICT AND CRISIS FOR IDENTITY IN MICHAEL ONDAATJES FICTION
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dc.creator.researcherBhosale Madhuri Tukaram
dc.subject.keywordCULTURAL CONFLICT AND CRISIS FOR IDENTITY IN MICHAEL ONDAATJES FICTION
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dc.contributor.guideChowgule Ramesh
dc.publisher.placeSolapur
dc.publisher.universitySolapur University
dc.publisher.institutionDepartment of English
dc.date.registered01-07-2012
dc.date.completed01-05-2016
dc.date.awarded01-05-2016
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dc.source.universityUniversity
dc.type.degreePh.D.
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