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Neoliberalna (samo)kolonizacija: primer sodobnih poljskih in slovenskih izseljevanj aktivnega prebivalstva [Neoliberal self-colonisation: the case of contemporary Polish and Slovenian emigration of active population]

Neoliberalna (samo)kolonizacija: primer sodobnih poljskih in slovenskih izseljevanj aktivnega prebivalstva [Neoliberal self-colonisation: the case of contemporary Polish and Slovenian emigration of active population]

Samaluk, Barbara (2016) Neoliberalna (samo)kolonizacija: primer sodobnih poljskih in slovenskih izseljevanj aktivnega prebivalstva [Neoliberal self-colonisation: the case of contemporary Polish and Slovenian emigration of active population]. Časopis za kritiko znanosti, 44 (264). pp. 362-384. ISSN 0351-4285

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Abstract

Through the case study of contemporary Polish and Slovenia emigration, this article exposes the micro effects of neoliberal (self)colonisation that marks the present cultural political economy on various local and global scales and affects exit strategies of active populations. For in-depth understanding of contemporary migration flows it is first necessary to shed light on the socio-econo¬mic and historical context that brought to neoliberal (self)colonisation in post-socialist Europe. In this regard, the article particularly focuses on the transition and Europeanization process and the current economic crises within Poland and Slovenia. This historical and socio-economic process forms the necessary foreground for the exploration of micro effects explored through in-depth in¬terviews with Polish and Slovenian migrants in Great Britain. These findings show both similarities and differences between these two groups of migrants that arise from diverse socio-economic and historical contexts and the imposition of neoliberal (self)colonisation in Poland and Slovenia.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: neoliberal (self)colonisation, post-socialism, emigration, Poland, Slovenia
Faculty / Department / Research Group: Faculty of Business
Faculty of Business > Department of Human Resources & Organisational Behaviour
Last Modified: 17 Sep 2018 10:05
Selected for GREAT 2016: None
Selected for GREAT 2017: None
Selected for GREAT 2018: None
Selected for GREAT 2019: None
URI: http://gala.gre.ac.uk/id/eprint/20136

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