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Italian migration policy: Changes and effects

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Migration Discourse in Slovak Politics. Context and Content of Migration in Political Discourse: European Values versus Campaign Rhetoric

have been dominant in Slovakia throughout the past two parliamentary elections, but now, the situation has changed dramatically due to the migration crisis that has hit the old continent. The migration crisis hit the European continent massively. The political discourses that were visible in this period are divided into two “extreme” camps: the European societies and the political elites. The Slovak Republic was not an exception in this environment; on the contrary, the Slovak political elites took the migration discourses to another level compared to other

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Securitization of the Migration Crisis and Islamophobic Rhetoric: The 2016 Slovak Parliamentary Elections as a Case Study

128,908 4.94 -3.9 0 -16 Hungarian Community 105,495 4.05 -0.2 0 0 Others 108,874 4.2 -4.6 0 0 Total 2,648,184 100 150 Source: Slovak Statistical Office (2016) The migration/refugee crisis became part of the public and policy discourse, and this security pseudo-threat was the main topic during the pre-election and election campaigns. Viera Žúborová and Ingrid Borárosová claimed that the migration crisis entered the Slovak print media discourse in May 2015, i.e. less than one year before the

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Usability Monitoring – Extending Quality of Service Monitoring for Decision Making

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Meaning and inconsistencies of meaning – exploring the perspectives of Norwegian veterans in Afghanistan

betekenisgeving na oorlogs- en geweldservaringen. [The significance of disruptive events: A questionnaire on the assignment of meaning after experiences of war and migration]. Psychologie & Gezondheid, 39 , pp. 101-109. Mooren T. Schok M. Kleber R. J. 2009 De zin van ingrijpende gebeurtenissen: een vragenlijst over betekenisgeving na oorlogs- en geweldservaringen. [The significance of disruptive events: A questionnaire on the assignment of meaning after experiences of war and migration] Psychologie & Gezondheid 39 101 109 Oyserman, D. (2004). Self-concept and identity. In

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Bayesian belief network for assessing impact of factors on army’s lean–agile replenishment system

Applications I-Tech Education and Publishing, Vienna Austria 558 Christopher, M., & Towill, D. R., (2000). Supply chain migration from lean and functional to agile and customised. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 5 (4), pp. 206-213. 10.1108/13598540010347334 Christopher M. Towill D. R. 2000 Supply chain migration from lean and functional to agile and customised Supply Chain Management: An International Journal 5 4 206 213 Christopher, M. (2000). The agile supply chain: Competing on volatile markets. Industrial Marketing Management, 29 (1), pp. 37

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Immigrants and the space of national minorities in contemporary Europe

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The study indicates that contemporary migration movements of the population in Europe are typical of the cultural and civilizational development of the world. Their main cause involves the problem of meeting needs, especially in terms of money and living. The institutions of the European Union, which stress the guarantee of the rights of a human and a citizen, attach significant importance to them. The location of immigrants is different in various European countries. The experience of the past plays an important role in this respect (migration tradition of states and nations). In terms of the recognition of the principle of the EU that European unity is formed by its cultural diversity, migrants (immigrants and emigrants) are subject to the general processes of cultural and civilizational transformation.

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Abuse and Violence Against Foreign Domestic Workers. A Case from Hong Kong

References Abella, M., 2003. Driving forces of labour migration in Asia. In: World Migration 2003, International Organization for Migration, Geneva. Abraham, M., 2000. Speaking the Unspeakable: Marital Violence Among South Asian Immigrants in the United States. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. Barry, K., 1992. Sexual Exploitation Violates Human Rights. Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, Fall (1992) [Online]. Available at: <http://www.uri.edu/artsci/wms/hughes/catw/barry.htm> [Accessed 5 October 2003

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Refugee crisis – casus of Cottbus

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The fact that about 4000 immigrants are placed in Cottbus, situated 192 km from Poznań and 83 km from Zielona Góra, makes us feel it is necessary to analyze modus operandi of the entities legitimizing or delegitimizing the Open Door policy of the Chancellor Angela Merkel. To explain their position, political actors refer to the diverse narratives that Rolf Peter Sieferle classified as: the refugee narrative; a narrative recalling the demographic problem; a narrative referring to problems in the labor market and a lack of qualified employees; a narrative referring to the essence of multiculturalism. Difficulties in absorbing immigrants caused a discussion about fatigue both in political parties and in the media, but they showed the potential of social initiatives and movements, for example the organization “Future of the Fatherland”, led by Hans-Christoph Berndt. His views combined with the statements of Dietmar Woidke, the Prime Minister of Brandenburg, or Jörg Steinbach, the President of the Brandenburg University of Technology, reflect the diversity of the assessment of migration policy in a micro-scale.

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