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Other Affiliations:. Save to Library. Patterns of temporary emigration: experiences and intentions at individual and community levels in Romania more. Lumile sociale ale migratiei romanesti in strainatate more. Living abroad on a temporary basis.
The economic migration of Romanians: — more. Circulatory migration as life strategy more. The study presents the results of a first community census on temporary external migration of rural population from Romania. The information was collected by a form sent to all the villages of the country, filled in by local experts The information was collected by a form sent to all the villages of the country, filled in by local experts.
Village level analysis indicate also a strong selectivity of the phenomenon function of community characteristics - size, level of development, age,ethnic and religious profile, regional location etc.
The hypothesis of transnational migration is supported by the overall information collected by the census. The theoretical model for data interpretation has as key terms- community capital, networks, migration waves and cumulative causation. Implications for migration and regional development policies are derived from the analysis.
Prediction models benefited to a large degree of other data at village or regional level produced within a different research project of University of Bucharest focused on community and regional development. Sociology , Political Culture , and Current Sociology. View on dx. Migration in market and democracy transition: Migration intentions and behavior in Romania more. This paper analyzes the determinants of migration decision-making in the context of recent market and democratic transition in Romania.
Using early s internal migration survey, census and population register data, the results from Using early s internal migration survey, census and population register data, the results from Lisrel path models show that market and democracy value orientation variables are significant determinants of intentions to move, controlling for individual and regional social structural and resource indicators.
Similarly, district-level out-migration behavior is directly determined by the political profile of the local area. Results from the total and disaggregated rural and urban models are interpreted through a reform values and characteristics typology of migrants.
At least in the early stages of Romanian transition, the results indicate that migration choice behavior is governed by a search for places with greatest opportunities in terms of market and democracy returns.
Implications of the results for political system and public policy decision are discussed. View on springerlink. Publisher: aa. Ruth …. View on aa.
Emerging Transnational Migration from Romanian Villages more. Publisher: csi. The post change in former Communist societies in East and Central Europe is generally viewed as a double transition involving both marketization removal of state hegemony over the economy anddemocratization move to a Western-style The post change in former Communist societies in East and Central Europe is generally viewed as a double transition involving both marketization removal of state hegemony over the economy anddemocratization move to a Western-style liberal democracy.
Though Romanians distinguish marketization and democratization conceptually, support for reform in both instances is strongest among the same segments of the population: the young, the better educated, men, and those living in cities.
Further analysis reveals that the effects of age, gender, and urban residence but not education largely wash out once the effects of risk aversion, individualistic ideology, and personal economic expectations are controlled for. Risk aversion is an especially important mediating variable.
Men, the young, and those in cities are more likely to support marketization and democratization in large part because they tend to be less averse to risk. Sociology and Risk Aversion. Remember me on this computer. Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link.
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