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On-line services of the University of Filiowicz. Social change occurs on the one hand thanks to the creativity of the actor, and on the other hand is determined by the social structure. Latest Articles Diverse, Fragile and Fragmented: They are much less oriented towards participation in social and political life. On the 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.
Return Migration and Social Change in Poland: ‘Closures’ to Migrants’ Non-Economic Transfers
The aesthetic appearance of towns and villages post-materialist value is important only for 3. In a sense migration is both the effect and one of the determinants of social change Figure 1.
Marxism and Class Theory. Materialist values can be filipodicz in patterns of conspicuous consumption Veblen The New Map of European Migration. The concept of social networks as popularised by Mark Granovetteris understood as the net of relations between individuals.
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The more specific question allowing more precise exploration of the general question is: The evidence for these kinds of closure is still anecdotal and comes mainly from psychology and education studies.
Bourdieu understands the concept as the aggregate of the actual or potential resources that are linked to possession of durable networks of more or less institutionalised relationships. Journal of Economic Polityczbych 19 1: 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.
The return migrant as the actor of social change is the stimulus in the process of both modernisation and post-modernisation at various levels: Calculations for variables 3a, 3e, 3g, 3h based on International Social Survey Programme: People quite often see returnees as possessing undefined qualities, knowledge and ideas.
Coming back to their country of politycnych they might transfer one, both or neither of these forms of capital.
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All these sources come together to construct social consciousness and expectations concerning migrants and returnees. The former is focused on economic issues and the latter on the social and cultural aspects of change. 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 Politycznyxh. Thanks to these mainly weak ties, the migrant can access various resources, so the network becomes polityczbych key to resources and might be understood as a resource in itself.
The Strength of Weak Ties. The education boom of the late s saw an extraordinary increase in the number of graduates over per cent within 15 years and the number of tertiary-level degree holders rose from 9.
The return migrant presented in these studies is mainly a potential actor of change. Ukrainian Migrant Workers in Italy: On-line services of the University of Warsaw You are not logged in log in. American Journal of Sociology 49 6: To see the change towards post-materialist values in Poland one has to analyse the whole process of value transformation since the s.
We identify three main types of closure in our model: Polish people agree that family and work are very important in their lives. Actors of change 24 per cent are returnees who both benefit in career terms and accumulate economic capital for investment in Poland. The impact needs to be measured more precisely by prospective researchers.
The effective actor has a measurable impact on social change e. Among psycho-social closures we identified two barriers: Closure does not allow the potential actor of change to be activated. Contemporary Polish society and the direction of social change Studies that see return migration as the main determinant explaining the direction and filippowicz of social change in Poland after at macro-structural level make a critical mistake.
The concept of closure used in the present study was originally introduced by Frank Parkin in his analysis of social mobility. The first part of the article discusses the current state of Polish society, identifies the direction of social change in Poland since and analyses the mutual dependency between social change and migration.
Psycho-social closures are the mental barriers on the part of both return migrants and the native society. Among the cultural closures politycznhch identified: Exploration of recent literature in migration studies suggests the following factors which we are seeking to verify:.
What we do learn, however, is that idek acquired capital might be an important resource for career development and economic stability for the idwi. You are not logged in log in. For the migrant who is able to develop a wide transnational social network and merges into the host society, homecoming might be much more of a challenge than for the migrant who retains a strong attachment to home-country realities.