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Title: Geoinformation-cartographic support of research of adaptation and integration of migrants
Other Titles: Геоинформационно-картографическое обеспечение исследования адаптации и интеграции мигрантов
Authors: Soloviev, I. A.
Соловьев, И. А.
Keywords: Adaptation and integration of migrants;Geodatabases;Geoinformation technologies;Territorial features
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Lomonosov Moscow State University
Citation: Soloviev, I.А. Geoinformation-cartographic support of research of adaptation and integration of migrants // InterCarto, InterGIS. - 2020. - Volume 26. - Pages 329-342
Series/Report no.: InterCarto, InterGIS
Abstract: The author's vision on geographic information and cartographic support for studying the territorial features of the problems of socio-economic adaptation and socio-cultural integration of migrants is presented. The programmatic basis of the research is the GIS platform Mapinfo Professional, ArcGIS and the automated complex for processing, storing and analyzing personal data Questionnaire. The article presents a proven, author's conceptual scheme of geographic information-cartographic support for studying the adaptation and integration of migrants of different categories (using the example of the North Caucasus) consisting of three blocks: “software platforms”, “geodatabases” and “mapping of statistical and information data”. The constituent elements of the first block are the geoinformation support of the study. The second block includes various empirical data. The third block presents the cartographic and graphical support of the study. The presented and tested conceptual framework may be used in other similar studies. The study provides a “step-by-step” description of the functional capabilities and advantages of building electronic geodatabases (“Foreign migrants in Russia”, “The attitude of the indigenous population towards migrants”, “Internally displaced persons”, etc.) in the “Application” program module, and also justifies the possibility of transferring and further cartographic visualization of tabular data in the used GIS platforms (Mapinfo Professional, ArcGIS). The article describes the printed sources used for the development of cartographic foundations through their digitization. The use of multiscale cartographic frameworks for visualizing quantitative and qualitative data at various historical periods made it possible to construct author cartographic schemes and cartographic diagrams reflecting the spatiotemporal transformations of the ADT of the studied territory, migration policy, migration and adaptation-integration processes in the North Caucasus
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