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    Ed. Univ. din Oradea | MISC | Oradea | Debrecen
    502 | International conference "Ethnicity, Confession and Intercultural Dialogue at the European Union's East Border"
    Publication Date: 2015-03-10
    Description: Contents: Mircea BRIE: Ethnicity, Religion and Intercultural Dialogue in the European Border Space; Ioan HORGA: Ethnicity, Religion and Intercultural Education in the Curricula of European Studies; Victoria BEVZIUC: Electoral Systems and Minorities Representations in the Eastern European Area; Sergiu CORNEA, Valentina CORNEA: Administrative Tools in the Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Ethnic Minorities; Florica STEFĂNESCU: Demographic Determinants of the Economic-Financial Crisis; Yurjy YURIYCHUK: Ukrainian Minority in Romania: Problems of National Identity Preserving; Sonia CATRINA: Identity Perceptions and Buildings of the Hungarian Minority in Relationship with the Romanian Majority Identifications; Gheorghe SISESTEAN: Marital Strategies and Identity Changes of Romanians in Hungary (Hajdu-Bihar); Constantin-Vasile łOCA: Ethnical Analysis within Bihor-Hajdú Bihar Euroregion; Anna GORBAN: Ethnic and Socio-Cultural Aspects of Political Culture in Moldova; Mircea BRIE, István POLGÁR: Dual Citizenship Granted to Hungarian Ethnics. Context and Arguments in the Romanian and Hungarian Mass Media; Natalia PUTINĂ: The Socio-Political Dilemas of Integration of Gagauz in Republic of Moldova; Aurelian LAVRIC: Romanian Ethnic Minority in Ukraine: Current Issues and Prospects of Survival; Stelian NISTOR, Sorin SIPOS: Historical and Geographical Considerations about the Slovak Communities in the Villages of Upper Bistra Valley, Bihor County; Judit MOLNÁR: The integration Process of Immigrants in Scotland, UK and in Washington State, USA. Immigrants from Countries of the Former Soviet Union; Valeriu MOSNEAGA, Rodica RUSU: Diaspora as an Element of Cultural-Ethnic Cohesion; Valentina-Tania DUNA, Dacian DUNA: War, Migration and Societal Security: The Case of the Iraqi Kurdish Diasporas in Europe; Adrian-Claudiu POPOVICIU: Labour Migration Reflected in the Council of Europe Law; Alexandra CSEKE: Integration of Immigrants in the European Union; Kobasheni Moopen PARUMAUL: Migration in Europe Against the Backdrop of the Global Revolution - An African Perspective; Anatoliy KRUGLASOV: Interethnic Relations Stability on the Ukraine-Romania Border: A Case of Chernivtsi Region; Dorin I. DOLGHI: The Culture of Security: Perceptions and Preference Formation in the European Union; Srimayee DAM: Re-interpreting the Civic-Ethnic Divide on the European Identity; Pavlo MOLOCHKO: Peculiarities of Ethnonational Policy of Ukraine (Illustrated by the Example of the Chernivtsi Region); Dragos DĂRĂBĂNEANU: Ethnicity and Multicultural Communication in Shaping the European Social Space; Grigore SILASI, Monica BOLDEA: The Romanian Banat Region - An Example of Peaceful Interethnic Cohabitation at the Eastern Border of the European Union; Floare CHIPEA, Raluca MICLEA: The Social Frameworks of the Neighbourhood Relationships' Construction in the Cross-Border Area Bihor-Hajdú-Bihár; Sergiu BĂLłĂTESCU: Subjective Well-Being and Satisfaction with Places of Residence in the Counties at the Cross-Border Between Hungary and Romania; Aurora BENCIC, Teodor Ioan HODOR: Transdniestria. Ethnic Conflict or Geopolitical Interests?; Ecaterina CEBAN: The Role of Political Parties in Harmonization of Interethnic Relations (Case of the Republic of Moldova); Nataliya NECHAYEVA-YURIYCHUK: National Development Beyond the Nation-State: Problems and Prospects; Elisabetta NADALUTTI: Old and New Identities in the Upper Adriatic: is a Cross-Border Kind of Citizenship Emerging in Cross-Border Regions?; Dragos Lucian IVAN: Differentiated Containment: Compass and Horizon in Untying Ethhnicity and Interest within EU; Claudia Anamaria IOV: The Roma Minority - the Prospects and Limits of EU’s Social Policy, what Could or Should the EU be Doing?; George ANGLIłOIU: The Belgian Dilemma of Partition. A Pattern Study for the East.
    Keywords: Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Politikwissenschaft ; Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Political science ; intercultural dialogue ; European border space ; Migration ; Europapolitik ; politische Willensbildung, politische Soziologie ; internationale Beziehungen ; Migration, Sociology of Migration ; European Politics ; Political Process, Elections, Political Sociology, Political Culture ; International Relations, International Politics, Foreign Affairs, Development Policy ; EU ; Osteuropa ; Migration ; Minderheit ; Ethnizität ; ethnische Beziehungen ; Religion ; Identität ; Einwanderung ; europäische Integration ; Diaspora ; Partizipation ; Arbeitsmigration ; Integrationspolitik ; Einwanderungspolitik ; europäische Sozialpolitik ; ethnischer Konflikt ; multikulturelle Gesellschaft ; interkulturelle Erziehung ; EU ; Eastern Europe ; migration ; minority ; ethnicity ; ethnic relations ; religion ; identity ; immigration ; European integration ; diaspora ; participation ; labor migration ; integration policy ; immigration policy ; European social policy ; ethnic conflict ; multicultural society ; intercultural education ; 10300 ; 10400 ; 10216 ; 10500 ; 11000 ; 40200
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    Frankreich | France
    International Journal on Multicultural Societies (IJMS) | 9 | 2 | 264-283
    Publication Date: 2014-11-13
    Description: Several European countries have recently introduced, or are planning to introduce, citizenship trajectories (voluntary or obligatory inclusion programmes for recent immigrants) or citizen integration tests (tests one should pass to be able to acquire permanent residence or state citizenship). Authors such as Joppke claim that this is an articulation of a more general shift towards the logic of assimilation (and away from a multicultural agenda) in integration policy paradigms of European states. Integration policies would even be converging in such a fashion that it would no longer make sense to think in terms of national models for immigrant integration. The empirical fact of diffusion of civic integration policies throughout Europe cannot be denied. This paper claims that there is, however, still sufficient distinctiveness between immigrant integration policies in order to continue and use an analytical framework that distinguishes national models.
    Keywords: Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; integration policy ; Migration, Migrationssoziologie ; Migration, Sociology of Migration ; Europa ; Einwanderung ; Migration ; Migrationspolitik ; Integrationspolitik ; Staatsangehörigkeit ; Einbürgerung ; Nationalstaat ; multikulturelle Gesellschaft ; Zuwanderungsrecht ; Europe ; immigration ; migration ; migration policy ; integration policy ; citizenship ; naturalization ; nation state ; multicultural society ; immigration law ; descriptive study ; deskriptive Studie
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    Ed. Univ. din Oradea | MISC | Oradea
    Suppl. | Annals of the University of Oradea - International Relations and European Studies | 342
    Publication Date: 2015-03-10
    Description: This publication also contains the papers of the PhD Candidates, National School of Political and Administrative Studies, Bucharest, Romania, beneficiaries of the “Doctoral Scholarships for a Sustainable Society”, project co-financed by the European Union through the European Social Fund, Sectoral Operational Programme Human Resources Development 2007-2013. Contents: Mircea BRIE, István POLGÁR, Florentina CHIRODEA: Cultural Identity, Diversity and European Integration. Introductory Study. I. Identity and elements of anthropology in the European space - Roxana Maria DASCĂLU: Insights Into the Concept of European Identity; Horia MOAŞA: Voice and Silence in Relation to Identity; Andreea MOLOCEA: To See Things in Another Perspective: Feminist Influence in Epistemology, a New Way of Regarding Social and Political Science; Ileana SĂDEAN: Anthropological Representations of the Foreign Rural Development Model "Leader" in Romania. II. Education and communication - Ioana CIUCANU: Making Diversity Work in European Higher Education the Interplay Between Performance and Diversification; Mirela VLASCEANU: Impact of Quality-Based Funding in Romanian Higher Education: 1999-2010; Andra-Maria ROESCU: Studying Causal Inference in Political Science. The Case of Experiments; Paul PARASCHIVEI: Political Communication in Romania from a New Perspective: the Online Voter; Andreea Elena CÂRSTEA: Mass Media and the Reconfiguration of the Public Sphere. III. European Union zone: the institutional dimension - Bogdan BERCEANU: The Dimension of Emerging Institutions in the European Union Member States; Adina MARINCEA: Who are the Olympians? A Cross-Country Analysis of People’s Trust in the EU; Monica OPROIU: Case-Study in Third-Party Intervention: the EU Mediation in the Russia-Georgia War of August 2008; Vasile ROTARU: The Neo-Finlandization – a Theoretical Review. IV. European policies and management models - Vicenţia Georgiana DUŢESCU: Policy Cohesion of the European Union a Perspective on the Management Authority for the Sectoral Operational Programme on Transport 2007-2013; Maria-Magdalena RICHEA: Models of Human Resources Management in Nonprofit Sector Organizations; Anca-Adriana CUCU: Performance Management of Health Care System in Romania: Realities and Perspectives; Cristinela-Ionela VELICU: Cross-Border Mobility of Health Professionals: an Exploratory Study of Migration Flows and Retention Policies in the CEE Region. V. European zone: social demographic perspective - Dragos Lucian IVAN: As the Population Clock Winds Down or Speeds Up? Demographic Stories: Apocalyptic, Opportunistic and Realistic; Andra Maria POPA: The Constitutionalization of the European Economic and Social Model; Cristina SANDU: New Paths of Social Services Through Social Entrepreneurship; Mihaela TUCĂ: Corporate Social Responsibility as a Supporting Framework for Country Competitiviness.
    Keywords: Politikwissenschaft ; Political science ; Europapolitik ; European Politics ; EU ; europäische Identität ; kulturelle Vielfalt ; europäische Integration ; Hochschulbildung ; Bildungspolitik ; politische Kommunikation ; Massenmedien ; Öffentlichkeit ; Europapolitik ; Europäisierung ; europäische Sozialpolitik ; Migration ; EU ; european identity ; cultural diversity ; European integration ; university level of education ; educational policy ; political communication ; mass media ; the public ; European Policy ; Europeanization ; European social policy ; migration ; 10300 ; 10600 ; 10400 ; 10800 ; 10216 ; 10500
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  • Publication Date: 2016-11-23
    Description: Forschungsprojekte und ‐studien zum Thema internationale Migration tendieren zu einer Fokussierung auf Großstädte als Drehkreuze globaler Migrationsströme. Dem ländlichen Raum kommt dabei hauptsächlich die Rolle als Quellgebiet eben dieser Ströme zu. Insbesondere ländlich‐periphere Regionen werden dabei mit einer Konzentration von Problemlagen wie Überalterung, Abwanderung sowie wirtschaftlicher und infrastruktureller Ausdünnung konnotiert, die als Push‐Faktoren auf Abwanderungswillige wirken. Im Rahmen des Beitrages werden anhand der zwei Fallbeispiele Ostsachsen und Saarland die gegenläufigen Tendenzen – nämlich internationale Immigration in schrumpfende ländliche Räume – untersucht. Es wird analysiert, welches Potenzial internationale Immigration für die Entwicklung und Wettbewerbsfähigkeit ländlicher Regionen im Zeitalter der Globalisierung darstellt. Mittels qualitativer Interviews wird in dem Beitrag folgenden Fragen nachgegangen: Welche Chancen bietet die Migration in ländliche Räume für die Räume selbst und auch für die Migranten? Wie gestaltet sich das Verhältnis zur lokalen Bevölkerung, die sich aus den 'Gebliebenen' zusammensetzt? Es zeichnet sich ab, dass neo‐klassische Ansätze zur Erklärung internationaler Migration nicht einfach auf schrumpfende ländliche Regionen zu übertragen sind, da die dortigen Arbeitsmärkte weder durch Unterversorgung mit Arbeitskräften noch durch wirtschaftliche Dynamik gekennzeichnet sind. Auch neuere Ansätze, die ethnische Gemeinschaften, familiäre Bindungen und soziale Netzwerke betonen, eignen sich wenig für die Erklärung von internationaler Migration in den ländlichen Raum. Hier ist die Anzahl an internationalen Zuwanderern zu gering, um solche Bindungen, Gemeinschaften und Netzwerke als Erklärungsmoment heranziehen zu können. Eher gilt es, ländlichen Raum als Nische für bestimmte Typen von internationalen Migranten zu erkennen, die ländliche Spezifika für sich nutzen. Hiermit könnten ländliche Räume im Themenfeld um internationale Migration neue Bedeutung gewinnen.
    Description: Research projects and studies on the topic of international migration tend to focus on big cities as the hub of global flows of migration. In contrast, the rural areas are only assigned the role of being the source of all these flows. In particular, peripheral rural regions are given the connotation of concentrating major problems such as overaging, emigration and an economical or infrastructural thinning out that have the effect of factors pushing out anybody who is toying with the idea of migrating. This article will use the East Saxon and Saar regions of Germany as examples for studying the opposite tendencies – namely international immigration into shrinking rural areas. This article analyses what potential international immigration could have for the development and competitiveness of rural regions in an era of globalisation. This article will use qualitative interviews to investigate the following issues: What opportunities does migration into rural areas offer these areas themselves as well as the persons immigrating? What is the relationship to the local population composed of those who stayed? It becomes apparent that neoclassical approaches for explaining international migration cannot be simply transferred to shrinking rural regions because the local labour markets are neither characterised by a lack of labour nor economic dynamics. Furthermore, more recent approaches that emphasise ethnic communities, family ties and social networks are also hardly suited for explaining international migration into the rural area. The reason for this is the fact that the number of international immigrants here is too low to be able to apply these explanatory models. It is closer to the mark to identify the rural area as a niche for certain types of international migrants who want to take advantage of specific rural characteristics for themselves. This is where rural spaces could gain in importance in the range of issues having to do with international migration.
    Keywords: Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Landscaping and area planning ; Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Städtebau, Raumplanung, Landschaftsgestaltung ; Migration, Migrationssoziologie ; Raumplanung und Regionalforschung ; Migration, Sociology of Migration ; Area Development Planning, Regional Research ; Sachsen ; Saarland ; ländlicher Raum ; Zuwanderung ; Migration ; internationale Wanderung ; regionale Entwicklung ; Bevölkerungsentwicklung ; Integration ; Bundesrepublik Deutschland ; Saxony ; Saarland ; rural area ; immigration ; migration ; international migration ; regional development ; population development ; integration ; Federal Republic of Germany ; empirical ; qualitative empirical ; empirisch ; empirisch-qualitativ
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    DEU | Bielefeld
    87 | COMCAD Working Papers | 280
    Publication Date: 2013-11-25
    Keywords: Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Migration ; Migration, Sociology of Migration ; Transnationalisierung ; institutioneller Wandel ; Staat ; Transformation ; Staatsangehörigkeit ; Migration ; Globalisierung ; transnationalization ; institutional change ; national state ; transformation ; citizenship ; migration ; globalization
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