TRANSIT MIGRATION IN BORDER REGIONS OF RUSSIA: IMPACT ON REPRESENTATIONS ABOUT «OTHERS»
АннотацияThe dynamic of social-economic and geopolitical conditions is reflected in new forms and practices of migration, jeopardizing the systems of social security and assistance, functioned for decades before in developed countries. According to data provided by the United Nations international migration report, over the past 25 years (from 1990 to 2015) the number of migrant had increased by 90 million to amount to 244 million people.
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