By Arnold Dashefsky, Jan DeAmicis, Bernard Lazerwitz, Ephraim Tabory
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To be sure, this was atypical. Most American emigrants were Jews who wanted to live or die in the Holy Land, but little is known about them prior to World War I. Indeed, probably fewer than 50 Americans emigrated per year in this period. Nevertheless, during the period of the British mandate, from 19191948, the average number per year quadrupled, reaching about 220. Even after the establishment of the state of Israel, emigration reached only about 425 per year in the period 1948-1960. 5 It was not the creation of the state, or even the 1967 Six-Day War, that heralded a new pattern of such emigration.
Going abroad is not so hard to understand. Why they stayed there is perhaps the more challenging question. MOTIVATION AND MIGRATION IN FOUR QUADRANTS To understand why Americans migrated to Australia or Israel, it is necessary to clarify the concept of migration itself. The accepted understanding is that MOTIVES: WHY THEY MOVE 39 international migration is permanent relocation from one country to another for more than one year. It is generally assumed that migrants intend from the start to settle more or less permanently.
They know that they will encounter a culture that is different and that requires adjustment. This is much less the case with regard to migration to Canada. The (increasingly) overlapping cultural orientation of both countries may well lead migrants to feel that they have to make about as much change as when they move from Chicago to Los Angeles. The telephone system is basically the same and Canadian numbers are reached by dialing a simple area code (it is not considered an international call); it is domestic airlines that connect the two countries; and the ball teams are integrated in the American professional leagues.
Americans Abroad: A Comparative Study of Emigrants from the United States by Arnold Dashefsky, Jan DeAmicis, Bernard Lazerwitz, Ephraim Tabory