Author: Andrzej Chodubski
Institution: University of Gdańsk (Poland)
Year of publication: 2006
Source: Show
Pages: 108-119
DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ppsy2006008
PDF: ppsy/35/ppsy2006008.pdf

The formation of the global civil community causes the e€ acing of division into “the natives” and “the strangers” within the framework of individual states. Integration and unification processes give a new dimension to such notions as: emigration, diaspora and national identity. Emigration is more and more o‚ en comprehended as civilization phenomenon. Its positive economic, political and cultural advantages are the focus of attention; the countries that receive emigrants very o‚ften reap the economical benefits and the emigrants themselves solve the problems of unemployment in their own countries; migrational movements, on the other hand, help solve political and social problems, make the global integration, and mixing of cultural and civilization norms easier. Emigration itself helps to achieve cultural compromises, get used to mutual dissimilarities and accept di€fferences.

 

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