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    Title: 烏克蘭裔移民在捷克融入過程之研究
    A Study on the Integration Process of Ukrainian Immigrants in the Czech Republic
    Authors: 蒲海琳
    Popova, Helena Hsu
    Contributors: 林永芳
    Lin, Yung-Fang
    Helena Hsu Popova
    Keywords: 捷克移民
    Czech immigration policy
    Ukrainian immigration
    Assimilation theory
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2017-07-24 12:18:35 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 自從捷克斯洛伐克解體後,捷克境內的外籍人士數量不斷攀升,而多數的移民原因為經濟因素。雖然在預期上大多皆是暫時性移民,但統計顯示永久定居於捷克的外籍人士正逐漸增加當中。
    Since the split of the Czechoslovakia, the number of foreigners in the Czech Republic has been growing. The majority of immigration to the country is due to economic reasons. Although it has been expected that the majority of immigration to the country is temporary, the statistics show that the number of foreigners, who is settling in the Czech Republic permanently, is increasing.
    This thesis summarizes the immigration and integration policies in the Czech Republic in the time period 1993-2017. The second part of this thesis focuses the integration process of Ukrainian immigrants, who are the largest immigrant community in the Czech Republic. The author applies the assimilation theory and mainly three dimensions of integration (socio-economic, cultural, and political) to examine the level of integration of the Ukrainian immigrants. Many researchers claim that Ukrainians are temporary immigrants, who would eventually go back to Ukraine. The author suggests that due to the economic and political situation in Ukraine, many Ukrainian immigrants have settled in the Czech Republic permanently and have integrated into the Czech society.
    Answering three research questions helps to understand the immigration situation in the Czech Republic and the integration level of the Ukrainian community. The author has studied relevant literature and has conducted semi-structured interviews with Ukrainian immigrants. The author has concluded that Ukrainian immigrants have integrated into the Czech society to some extend. They are still employed in their “niche” sectors, but not discriminated in pay. They have positive attitudes towards Czech values and norms, but still follow their Ukrainian traditions and holidays. The author suggests that improvement in Czech language skills and obtaining a legal residence status improves the integration of immigrants.
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    Description: 碩士
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    Data Type: thesis
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