Ethnic Migration in the Jewish Autonomous Region at the End of XX—the Beginning of XXI Centuries

I. I. GALECHKO, V. A. KASHTANYUK, P. V. PRIMAK, E. V. TITOVA

Abstract


The purpose of the present paper is to reveal the peculiarities in social economic and ethnocultural situation in the Jewish Autonomous Region (JAR) at the end of XX—the beginning of XXI centuries as a region receiving the migrants. Cross-cultural method, systematic approach are the main methods of research. The paper also deals with some issues of the migrants' ethnocultural adaptation and integration in the receiving environment. With the increased flow of the migrants the region needs clear law guarantees here, as well as the measures to develop the system of interethnical cultural relationships, migrants' adaptations allowing to minimize the manifestations of different deviant behaviors both from the migrants and the local residents. The authors arrive at the conclusion that it is necessary to develop the efficient communication channels between the local population and the migrants to ease the social tension connected with the ethnophobia and ethnostereotypes in the receiving society.

Keywords


migrants, inter-ethnical relations, inter-cultural communication, adaptation, integration.Text


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/icpcs2020/33874

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