This presentation will provide the outline of an ongoing study on the growing presence of Greeks in Oxford, conducted in the context of the Greek Diaspora Project (GDP). As a complement to the GDP UK survey, the aim is to provide qualitative data focusing on the issues of adjustment and identity maintenance in this city. We will be examining the importance of language, religion, regional origin and family ties. Methods include the classical anthropological approach of participant-observation.
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