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Patterns of integration

A Longitudinal View of the Labour Market Attachment of Immigrants in Finland

Oxana Krutova, Liudmila Lipiäinen and Pertti Koistinen

assumption that labour integration is a long-term dynamic process that includes transitions between various statuses in the labour market, the sequence analysis allows us to represent a time-ordered sequence of the socio-economic states (statuses). A ‘sequence’ is thus defined as an ordered list of elements in which every element can be a certain status (e.g. an employment status). The positions of the elements are fixed and ordered according to periods or to another more or less natural order ( Brzinsky-Fay, Kohler & Luniak 2006 ). The information is generalised by means

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Ricardo G. Lugo, Stefan Sütterlin, Benjamin J. Knox, Øyvind Jøsok, Kirsi Helkala and Natalie Marie Lande

defense have been described to continuously switch their domain of action between cyber and physical domains, in a “hybrid space”, functioning as core elements simultaneously in sociotechnical and cyber-physical systems ( Jøsok et al. 2016 ). Controlling the emotional effects originating in one domain (e.g., physical domain such as their current social environment) and, thus the potentially detrimental intuitive decisions in another domain (e.g., cyber domain during intruder detection and defense), requires control over decision-making processes and awareness of

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Katarzyna Nikorowicz-Zatorska

particularly hazardous to aircraft departing or arriving at an airport. The largest number of airplane accidents happen during the take-off and landing stages. Aircraft are vulnerable during the landing procedure; they are operating at low altitude, with reduced speed and flaps down. The presence of trees, shrubs or even compact urban developments can produce low-level turbulence or wind shear (vertical or horizontal). Wind shear is particularly dangerous for aircraft due to the occurrence of violent air movements (up – or down-draughts, swirling or rotating air patterns

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Aleksandra Lewandowska and Daniela Szymańska

Jan. 2013 concerning changes in the regulation for keeping communes clean and orderly. Communes have the obligation to work out proper systems of waste collection, including of fractions (kinds) such as paper, metal, plastics, glass, composite packaging and biodegradable municipal waste. They are obliged to determine segregation locations accessible to all commune inhabitants that are also suitable for collecting hazardous waste, used electric and electronic devices, bulky waste, used tyres, and construction and green waste ( Zębek, Raczkowski, 2014 ). In response