Dunja Poleti-Cosic

Dunja Poleti-Cosic
University of Belgrade · The Institute of Sociology and Social Research, Faculty of Philosophy

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Research into the characteristics of the international mobility of Serbian citizens who found themselves abroad at the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic was carried out by the Institute for Sociological Research of the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Philosophy. The main goal of the research was to explore the effects of the global health crisi...
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The subject of this study is work orientations, their change over time, as well as their distribution among the economically active citizens of Serbia. Particular attention is paid to work-motivated spatial mobility. The aim of this study is twofold: firstly, to determine which work orientations have been the most important for economically active...
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Iako migracije predstavljaju izuzetno važan fenomen u savremenom društvu, teorijska i metodološka podloga kojima se naučnici služe ispitujući ovo polje i dalje su u fazi konsolidacije. Sa ciljem da se doprinese razvoju migracionih studija u Srbiji, ali i metodološkim raspravama generalno, ovaj rad je posvećen biografskom metodu, koji se najčešće ve...
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Whilst often adopting a feminist perspective, the literature on gender and migration has often neglected to consider the production of knowledge from this point of view. It has left unarticulated the assumptions and concerns about gender and gender relations that underpin scientific knowledge claims about female migration. The aim of the paper is t...
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Today, migratory movements are very important demographic and social phenomenon. If we take into account the empirical evidence of increasing immigration volume and rates, the theoretical and research interest in this topic becomes understandable. This article will focus on labour migration, as it seems that a wide number of spatial movements are d...

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