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Adaptation of forced migrants of the third generation in the context of social biographies

G.V. Isayan
80,00 Р

UDC 316.4


G.V. Isayan is post-graduate student at Volgograd State University e-mail:


Described are results of sociological study of actual problem of adaptation of adaptation of forced migrants of third generation. Examined are such aspects of adaptation as accommodation, economic behavior, peculiarities of interaction with host population. Given is definition of the third age of forced migrants. The study describes principal difficulties of adaptation that the settlers had to face, as well as defined are possible ways of overcoming of these difficulties. Also principal types of economic and social behavior of forced migrants are singled out and examined.

Key words: third age, adaptation, forced migrants, migration, economical behavior, social biographies.



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