Peering into 'Ethnic' Community: Integration in Performance Differences 'Patriotic-Related' and 'National' Wheels
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Varshaver, E., Rocheva, A. (2015). Peering into 'Ethnic' Community: Integration in Performance Differences 'Patriotic-Related' and 'National' Wheels (on the Example Migrants from Kyrgyzstan in Moscow). Social Policy and Sociology, 14(3), 24-37. [in Russian]

 

This article problematized approach segment assimilation theory for the allocation of a single «ethnic» community as the direction of integration. Based on a survey of migrants from Kyrgyzstan to Moscow demonstrates that the «ethnic» community consists of «Patriotic-related» and «national» social circle, and that belonging to a particular range associated with different attitudes and behaviors in the host society. If migrants «Patriotic-related» range are characterized by stable settings for achieving status in the sending society, representatives of the «national circle» more focused on life in Moscow, and the use of its resources.

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