Ο Ελληνοαυστραλιανός Τύπος της περιόδου 1960–1975: Πόλωση, δύσκολες προσαρμογές και σταδιακή εκτόνωση
Fifis, Christos N
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Please note: this article is in Greek. This article examines the role and the contribution of six Greek-Australian newspapers from 1960 to 1975. From many aspects this is a very important period for the Greek-Australian community. It includes the overdoubling of the Greek born settlers between 1961 and 1970, the Archdiocese — pre-1958 Greek Communities dispute, the imposition of the Greek military dictatorship in Greece in 1967, the 1974 Turkish invasion to Cyprus, the collapse of the Greek military regime and the coming to Australia of about 6,000 Greek-Cypriot refugees. Other Greek-Australian and Australian developments contributed also in shaping the development of the Greek-Australian community. Events such as the visit to Australia of Mikis Theodorakis in 1972, Andreas Papandreou in 1974, the social and adjustment problems of the new Greek-Australian families, the coming and the falling of the Gough Whitlam era and the introduction of Multiculturalism played a role in the shaping of the community. How were these situations and developments presented by the Greek-Australian Press?