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Title:Migracije, zaposlovanje in integracija : analiza življenjskih zgodb priseljencev v Sloveniji
Authors:Sedej, Aljaž (Author)
Bučar-Ručman, Aleš (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf MAG_Sedej_Aljaz_2020.pdf (1,21 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:V magistrskem delu predstavimo migracije v slovenskem prostoru in pojasnimo pojme, kot so begunec, migrant in imigracije. V teoretičnem delu predstavimo tudi nekatere migracijske teorije, odnos slovenske javnosti do migrantov in njihove možnosti za integracijo ter izpostavimo glavne težave, s katerimi se srečujejo priseljenci pri vključevanju v družbo. Za raziskovalno obliko uporabimo kvalitativni pristop, s katerim zbrane podatke v obliki življenjskih zgodb podrobneje analiziramo. Osredotočimo se na položaj priseljencev v Sloveniji in njihove možnosti vključitve v družbo. Vzorec zajema 7 priseljencev, ki prihajajo iz šestih različnih držav. Rezultati raziskave nam pokažejo razliko med diskriminiranjem in nestrpnostjo do priseljencev v času Jugoslavije, po slovenski osamosvojitveni vojni in v obdobju, ko se Slovenija že priključi Evropski uniji. Raziskava je pokazala tudi, da se vsi priseljenci, ki so zajeti v vzorec, v Sloveniji počutijo sprejete in da je bila njihova integracija v družbo uspešna. Večje nestrpnosti in diskriminacije so bili deležni intervjuvanci, ki so se v Slovenijo preselili iz balkanskih držav. Možnosti integracije v družbo je veliko. Priseljenci se v družbo najlažje vključijo v okviru izobraževalnega sistema ali športnih oziroma drugih družabnih dejavnosti. Vseh sedem priseljencev je enotnega mnenja, da so Slovenci kot družba bolj zaprti in da se za navezovanje stikov potrebuje več časa kot v državi, iz katere prihajajo.
Keywords:migracije, migranti, zaposlovanje, integracija, Slovenija, magistrska dela
Year of publishing:2020
Year of performance:2020
Place of performance:Ljubljana
Publisher:[A. Sedej]
Number of pages:IX, 54 str.
Source:Ljubljana
UDC:314.15(043.2)
COBISS_ID:26989571 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:3JGUK1QY
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Migration, employment and integration: analysis of life stories of immigrants in Slovenia
Abstract:In the master's thesis, we present migrations in Slovenia and explain terms such as refugee, migrant and immigration. In the theoretical part, we also present several theories of migration, the attitude of the Slovenian public towards migrants and their possibilities of integration, and highlight the main problems that immigrants face in integrating into society. We use a qualitative approach as a form of research, where the collected data in the form of life stories are analysed in greater detail. The focus is on the situation of immigrants in Slovenia and their possibilities of integration into society. The sample includes seven immigrants coming from six different countries. The study results show the difference between discrimination and intolerance towards immigrants in Yugoslavia, after Slovenia’s war of independence and in the period when Slovenia has already joined the European Union. The study also showed that all immigrants included in the sample feel accepted in Slovenia and that their integration into society has been successful. The interviewees who moved to Slovenia from the Balkan countries experienced greater intolerance and discrimination. There are many possibilities for integration into society. The easiest way is to include immigrants in the education system or sports and other social activities. All seven immigrants agree that Slovenians are more introverted and that it takes more time to build a relationship than in the country they come from.
Keywords:migration, integration, employment, exploitation


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