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Cohesion of Labor Migrants in the Context of Interaction with the Inclusive Culture of the Organization

ФИО студента: Arina Khrarkovskaya

Руководитель: Maria Andreevna Kozlova

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Social Sciences

Программа: Sociology of Public Sphere and Social Communications (Master)

Год защиты: 2018

Modern Russia is a complex living space for labor migrants. On the one hand, within the framework of Russia's international policy there is no trend towards "closing borders"; on the other hand, despite the existence of social programs for the adaptation of migrants, modern Russian society can not be called a "friendly" host country. On the one hand, the current migration situation poses many questions both to the scientific world (in this case, it is not only sociologists, but the entire socio-scientific bloc), as well as the current agents of social policy, which gives rise to a lot of research Problems. On the other hand, migrant communities are sufficiently closed, which gives rise to various barriers to the researcher's path. A lot of research focused on the labor migrants' communities focuses, first of all, on the problems of adaptation and integration of migrants in the receiving environment. We believe that the factor of cohesion of these communities is decisive not only for the immediate survival of existing communities of foreign workers, but also for a better understanding of the specifics of these groups, the possibility of regulating such communities, as well as addressing the negative attitude of the host community. The empirical basis of our work is information obtained through a series of unofficial narrative interviews. The results obtained in the course of the empirical study were analyzed by sequencing, as well as using the analysis methodology of narrative interviews. The work consists of three chapters, the first of which is devoted to analysis, using secondary data, the current migration situation in Russia. The second chapter presents an analytical review of the main theories and classifications of the main approaches to studying the adaptation and acculturation of migrants. The third chapter is devoted to the analysis of interviews taken from citizens of the CIS countries who have arrived in Russia to carry out their work.

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