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International Labour Migration. A Present-Day Phenomenon Using the Example of Slovakia

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The term migration encompasses a dynamic and complex process affected by numerous components that at the same time creates numerous relationships and factors. Nowadays, migration is understood as a natural phenomenon that occurs in every state and as a source of cultural diversity or cultural contribution. Migration touches upon a great number of issues in the fields of demography, economy, language, religion, national security and politics.

This study describes international labour migration illustrated with the example of Slovakia as well as the theories that explain the beginnings and continuance of this type of migration. Contemporary migration trends shed light on which countries are presently the most attractive for labour migrants. The part devoted to migration policy attempts to generally define this term. The conclusion of the study is dedicated to the impact of labour migration on both the countries of origin and destination.

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Selected Issues Illustrating Duality in Relation to Lakota Identity

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The Poetry of Antiques: Trade and/in Knowledge among British Antiques Dealers

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Practices and Changes in Public Nutrition in Slovakia During the Period of Construction of Socialism

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Negotiation of Legitimacy of Witch-Finders in Lusaka

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To the Origins of American Archaeology in the Czech Lands: The Case of Julius Nestler

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African Independent Churches in Zambia (Lusaka)

Informalisation of Lusaka´s Economy: Regime Change, Ultra Modern Markets and Street Vending, 1972 ̶ 2004. In. J. ̶ B. Gewald, M. Hinfelaar, G. Macola. One Zambia, Many Histories. Leiden: Brill, pp. 213-239. HINFELAAR, H. (2004): History of the Catholic Church in Zambia. Lusaka: Bookworld Publisher. HUDSON, J. (1999): A time to Mourn: a Personal Account of the 1964 Lumpa Church in Zambia. Lusaka: Bookworld Services. HULEC, O. - OLŠA, J. (2008): Dějiny Zimbabwe, Zambie a Malawi. Praha: Nakladatelství Lidové Noviny

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Cross-Cultural Filmmaking as a Process of Self-Reflection: Filming Native Americans within Central European Space’s Prevailing Imagery of the “Noble Savage”

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