Z WARSZTATÓW BADAWCZYCH
Możliwości i wybory. Migranci w modelu ograniczonego państwa opiekuńczego
Carla Valadas 1  
,  
Pedro Góis 2  
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Więcej
Ukryj
1
Centre for Social Studies (CES), University of Coimbra
2
Faculty of Economics and CES, University of Coimbra
3
Polytechnic Institute of Leiria and CICS.NOVA
AUTOR DO KORESPONDENCJI
Carla Valadas   

Centre for Social Studies, Colégio de S. Jerónimo, Largo D. Dinis, Apartado 3087, 3000-995 Coimbra, Portugal; author’s email address: carlavaladas@ces.uc.pt
Pedro Góis   

Faculty of Economics of the University of Coimbra, Av. Dias da Silva 165, 3004-512 Coimbra, Portugal; author’s email address: pedro.gois@uc.pt
José Carlos Marques   

Polytechnic Institute of Leiria, School of Education and Social Sciences, Rua Dr. João Soares, Apartado 4045, 2411-901 Leiria, Portugal; author’s email address: jose.marques@ipleiria.pt
Data publikacji: 19-05-2020
 
Problemy Polityki Społecznej 2018;43:65–83
SŁOWA KLUCZOWE
STRESZCZENIE ARTYKUŁU
Od czasu kryzysu ekonomicznego warunki zatrudnienia pogorszyły się, a systemy państwa opiekuńczego kontynuowały proces reform. Także w krajach Europy Południowej sytuacja na rynku pracy uległa dalszym niekorzystnym zmianom. Imigranci byli jedną z grup społecznych najbardziej dotkniętych wysokim bezrobociem oraz niestabilnymi warunkami pracy. Artykuł koncentruje się na głównych grupach imigrantów w Portugalii (Brazylijczycy, Ukraińcy i obywatele Republiki Zielonego Przylądka). Ma on na celu ustalenie, czy i w jaki sposób, w zależności od różnych form wyjścia na rynek pracy oraz relacji z systemem ochrony socjalnej, poszczególne grupy imigrantów w różny sposón radziły sobie z wysokim bezrobociem i niestabilnymi warunkami pracy. W zależności od kraju pochodzenia, słabych/silnych sieci społecznych, bezpiecznej/niepewnej pozycji w miejscu pracy lub okoliczności osobistych mogą albo pozostać, ponownie wyemigrować do innego kraju albo powrócić do swoich krajów pochodzenia. Analiza empiryczna oparta jest na zogniskowanych wywiadach grupowych z bezrobotnymi imigrantami, ankiecie internetowej i analizie danych statystycznych. Jej wyniki wskazują, że na podzielonym rynku pracy, przy słabym i rozdrobnionym systemie ochrony socjalnej decyzje migrantów wywołane są w większym stopniu przez strukturę społeczną niż czynniki indywidualne.
 
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