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Migracje, Uchodźstwo i Wysiedlenia…

Migracje, Uchodźstwo i Wysiedlenia Wewnętrzne w Świecie Doby…

by Bogumił Termiński

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The aim of this book is to present theoretical approach to human spatial mobility, most important categories of contemporary migrants, refugees and displaced people, and to discuss problems affecting the above-mentioned groups of migrants.. The book discusses historical evolution of migration studies (Introduction, Chapter 1), theoretical approach to contemporary spatial mobility (Chapter 2), eight main categories of contemporary migrants/refugees/displaced and evicted people (Chapter 3) and most important problems and risks experienced by migrants as well as risks associated with currently observed migrations (Chapter 4). Considerations are based on sociology and law (some parts also on political science, history, applied anthropology and demography). A significant part of presented book is focused on currently observed immigration problems and risks (e.g. situation of refugees, illegal migration, legal differences between refugees and economic migrants, EU immigration crisis, etc.).
  AndreBritz | Nov 28, 2016 |
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