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You are not logged in log in. Exploration of recent literature in migration studies suggests the following factors which we are seeking to verify: An on-line survey CAWI was conducted on the quota sample of internet users. Among the cultural closures we identified: Used, Used Polish language paperback. The labour market situation for young graduates can be a huge barrier to potential returnees and is linked to the devaluation of tertiary-level qualifications in Poland.

The main costs are family separation, stress, depression, homesickness, alienation and social deprivation. Social change occurs on the one hand thanks to the creativity of the actor, and on the other hand is determined by the social structure.

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Returnees have to find a place within the network system of family and friends to which they might no longer belong. Twentieth-century thinkers such as Charles TillyNorbert EliasAnthony Giddens and Margaret Archer criticised classical theories of social change. A Network Approach iflipowicz, pp.

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A festschrift for Jerzy Kolendo. Poland, for many decades cut off from market-oriented Western countries, is seen as hitoria and socially undeveloped. Innovative entrepreneurship is the kind of return linked with transfers of both cultural and economic capital; conservative pensioner is the return connected only to economic capital allowing for a comfortable life back home.


The second stage demonstrates the extent to which they are present in the context of return migration to Poland on the basis of existing data. According to modernisation theory, the potential direction of social change is towards well-developed countries, such as Norway and the UK — the destinations for thousands of Polish post-accession migrants. Catholic social teaching There has been increasing interest in the concept of social remittances popularised by Peggy Levitt LevittLevitt and Lamba-Nieves Coming back to their country of origin they might transfer one, both or neither of these forms of capital.

Modernising Impacts of Emigration. Help Edit search New search Author finder. The declaration is in line with religious practices.

To see the change towards post-materialist values in Poland one has to analyse the whole process of value transformation since the s. Therefore at this stage we might pose limited hypotheses on the filipowiicz of fragmentary research and observations. Social narratives on migration. The main research question of the study relates to the significance of migration in the career trajectory of return migrants.

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The process of post-modernisation in Poland since the late s is relatively easy to understand. Putnam bistoria social capital as funded by trust, horizontal networks and the idek of reciprocity. Another socio-economic closure in potential non-economic transfers is the extremely low level of social capital in Poland. This model which analyses the closures on non-economic transfers in the specific context of social change in Poland can, we believe, be applied to other post-communist societies with a similar trajectory.


Social Capital in the Creation of Human Capital. The ultimate engine of change is the agency of individuals and the community.

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The series represents migration as an optimistic self-realisation project, showing young migrants as the main beneficiaries of migration in terms of cultural capital acquisition and the development of self-agency.

The New Map of European Migration. Scholars usually describe this process as a shift from one type of state to the other type of state, illustrated by binary oppositions see Table 1. Soft cover, 23,5×17 cm. Closure might slow down the whole process of social change. Psycho-social closures are the mental barriers on the part of both return migrants and the native society.

In the case of historical sociology Norbert Elias, Charles Tilly social change is the effect of many simultaneous and intersecting processes which may be concurrent or divergent, but the main initiator of each process is the individual or collective actor. All the authors underline the fact that social capital is the determinant of economic growth. Respondents mention Euro-orphans, brain drain, family separations, ageing society and gaps in the labour market as the main consequences of migration from Poland.

Patterns that are in line with the cultural structure will be more likely to be absorbed.

Mechanisms of cultural diffusion. Norwegian and British people see themselves as autonomous individuals The present study understands migration as an integral part of wider revolutionary change in Poland after