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Title: Migration as a social problem
Authors: Nesterova, A. A.
Нестерова, А. А.
Suslova, T. F.
Суслова, Т. Ф.
Tsyiganov, M. E.
Цыганов, М. Е.
Kobzeva, N. V.
Кобзева, Н. В.
Keywords: Adaptability/ne-adaptability;Migrant;Migrant-phobia;Psychological problems of migration and migrants;Social stress;Tolerance
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Canadian Center of Science and Education
Citation: Nesterova, A.A., Suslova, T.F., Tsyiganov, M.E., Kobzeva, N.V. Migration as a social problem // Asian Social Science. - 2015. - Volume 11. - Issue 21. - Pages 111-116
Series/Report no.: Asian Social Science
Abstract: This article analyzes psychological problems of migrants and migration as a process. Using the method of the survey revealed some features of the attitude of Muscovites and residents of Moscow region towards migrants. The study which purpose was to identify the views of the indigenous population about the migratory situation in the city of Moscow and the Moscow region is described. The study involved 235 people aged 24 to 60 who were asked to answer 56 questions of socio-psychological questionnaire. Results of the study demonstrate the collective frustration and inner tension of the Muscovites and residents of the Moscow region, which shows the prevalence of intolerance among indigenous population to visitors from other countries, expressed in rejection of “foreigners”. Negative attitude towards migrants reflects pendency of many social and economic problems of the inhabitants of the host country (region, city), the solution of which will help to reduce the migration phobia and formation of acceptance, respect and tolerance for each other among the indigenous population and migrants, that will allow them to live together within a single living space
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