E3S Web Conf.
Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
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|Published online||04 December 2020|
Migration: sociocultural context of a study
1 State Budgetary Professional Educational Institution of the Republic of Crimea Kerch Technological College, Ordzhonikidze Street, 2, Kerch, 298313, Republic of Crimea, Russia
2 Institute of Personnel Training State Employment Service of Ukraine, Novovokzalnaya Street, 17, 03038, Kyiv, Ukraine
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The article is devoted to a consideration of a migration process as the one that is influencing formation of a modern society. Migration is a factor of modern cultural and social transformations. It is emphasized that migration processes are growing, covering various directions of a society activity. Migration processes are also qualitatively changing society structure and predetermines its directions of development. The necessity to study migration processes from the socio-cultural point of view was substantiated. Emphasis is placed on the motivational factors of migration. The cultural models of migration inherent to migrants on an individual level are presented as a hypothesis guiding sociological cognition in this aspect of scientific knowledge. These include “exodus”, “escape”, “emancipation”, “domination” and “return”. The models reflect sociocultural orientations and subjectively perceived migration objectives. The models consider a number of social attitudes and directions for self-realization of a migrant personality in a new system of social relations.
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