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Role of education in sociocultural adaptation of migrants

G.V. Рanina
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Galina V. Panina,
Ph.D., associate professor of the
Moscow StateTechnical Bauman University,

Analyzed is migration as an indicator in transition of national economies of industrial societies to the global world of post-industrialism. Explored are ambiquity and inconsistency of migration process, as well as minimizing rsks, the main of which would be creator of of a new educational environment, based on modern understanding of multi-culturalism.

Key words: migration, educational migration, sociocultural adaptation of migrants, educational environment, minimizing of migration risks, multi-culturalism, multi-cultural education.


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