Second-Generation Migrants in Russia of the Age 18–30 Years Old: Characteristics of the Structural Integration
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Varshaver, E., Rocheva, A., Ivanova, N. (2017). Second-Generation Migrants in Russia of the Age 18–30 Years Old: Characteristics of the Structural Integration. Social Policy and Sociology, 16(5), 63-72. [in Russian]

 

The article presents results of the comparison of the education level, income and socioeconomic positions of the second generation migrants of Armenian and Azerbaijani descent aged 18–30 years old and corresponding Russian population overall. Data on second generation migrants were gathered in the course of the online-survey with targeting in social networks sites and the data describing the population of Russia, taken from the youth survey by the Fund «Public opinion» in 2017, as well as research from «Russian monitoring of economic situation and population health» (RLMS HSE).