MIGRATION TO THE ALTAI TERRITORY: POPULATION’S AWARENESS AND ASSESSMENTS OF MIGRATION SITUATION

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С. Г. Максимова
А. А. Морковкина
Д. А. Омельченко

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The article presents the results of a study of the attitudes of the Altai Region residents to migrants and migration. The main source of data is a questionnaire survey in nine settlements in the Altai Region. Assessments of the migration situation in the region and the attitude towards migrants by the local population are given. Judgments of the inhabitants of the region about the advantages and disadvantages of the presence of migrants in the region, as well as their vision of the most favorable migration policy are described. Factors influencing the image of migration and attitude towards migrants are determined. These include the presence of migrants in a personal environment, the length of residence in the region and the country, the age, the level of education and well-being.

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Максимова, С. Г., Морковкина, А. А., & Омельченко, Д. А. (2018). MIGRATION TO THE ALTAI TERRITORY: POPULATION’S AWARENESS AND ASSESSMENTS OF MIGRATION SITUATION. Society and Security Insights, 1(2), 68-84. https://doi.org/10.14258/ssi(2018)2-05
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SOCIAL RESEARCHES AND SECURITY

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