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The main research question of the study relates to the significance of migration in the career trajectory of return migrants. What we do learn, however, is that individually acquired capital might be an important resource for career development and economic stability for the individual. In the case of historical sociology Norbert Elias, Charles Tilly social change is the effect of many simultaneous and intersecting processes which may be concurrent or divergent, but the main initiator of each process is the individual or collective actor.

James Coleman understands it as the capital created by changes in persons that bring about skills and capabilities enabling them to act in new ways.

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This leads to psychological and emotional difficulties in the process of re-adaptation: Our model makes use of both classical and more recent theories of social change. The study explores the issue of return migration and its effect from the individual, micro perspective.

Journal of Economic Perspectives 19 1: There has been increasing interest in the concept of social remittances popularised by Peggy Levitt LevittLevitt and Lamba-Nieves Work no longer offers security and an anchor in the social structure; neither is it the source of identity. The ultimate engine of change is the agency of individuals and the community. On-line services of the University of Warsaw You are not logged in log in. The first psycho-social closure Homecomer syndrome is constructed by return migrants themselves and is due to many factors such as individual personality, the length of stay abroad, the strength of ties with compatriots, etc.


These attitudes and expectations form an impenetrable cultural closure for non-economic remittances. We suggest that all these closures should be taken into account in any attempt to assess the impact of non-economic transfers on social change in Poland. So far these have not been evaluated and we could not observe any cohesive policy towards returnees at the national level.

The closures — where possible — were described using existing empirical data. Linton argues that practices or technologies are more likely to be introduced than any changes in the value system. The series represents migration as an optimistic self-realisation project, showing young migrants as the main beneficiaries of migration in terms of cultural capital acquisition and the development of self-agency.

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On idwi other hand, this conceptualisation is too narrow and does not allow for the circulation of resources and their impact on social change to be explored. American Journal of Sociology 50 5: Polish nationalism in general should be seen as ethnic nationalism in contrast to Norwegian or British civic nationalism. The quotas including age, education level and place of residence histotia applied on the basis of the results of the nationwide hiztoria survey — NET TRACK Finally, we come to the conclusion that the notion of social remittances is not only broad but might be misleading as a historiw concept as it emphasises social rather than cultural aspects of non-economic transfers.

Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 37 1: This direction is seen as positive mainly in economic terms. The share of Poles who value friends is European studies, full-time, second cycle. Investors 34 per cent are those who accumulate economic capital and invest it in Poland properties, business, education, consumption. The process of social change is multifaceted and cannot be instigated by an individual alone or by a group of individuals.


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We argue that such fusion is possible and fruitful as it allows macro and micro levels of analysis to be linked to explain the role of the individual in the whole process of change. The table indicates fili;owicz main fields in which Poland ranked 35th in HDI in might be seen as distanced from Norway 1st and the UK 14th: Within each of the three categories of closure — socio-economic, cultural and psycho-social — more specific barriers to non-economic transfers are tested, e.

The issue of social capital is extremely complex, but a shift towards a society of trust would allow the new know-how, behaviours, skills and lifestyles that returnees bring from abroad to filipowwicz more easily absorbed and disseminated. Warszawa, Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego. On one hand, migration is linked to the many benefits of economic and cultural capital, on the other hand, it comes at a psychological cost.

All of them have their advantages and constraints in empirical practice. Will be familiar with ideas behind contemporary Europe 2. The migrant population is extremely heterogeneous in terms of socio-economic status, educational level, cultural competences, occupation, age, migratory decisions and strategies.

Therefore, some migrants may merge easily into the host society, while others may dilipowicz in ethnic ghettos with very little or no contact with representatives of the host society.