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AN ASSESSMENT ON THE IMMIGRANT PHENOMENON FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF CREATING A SHARED GLOBAL CIVILIZATION
  • murat şengöz
murat şengöz
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Abstract

The concept of migration means that people are permanently moved from one country or region to another country or region, individually or in groups. So this is a permanent session change. The relocation can take place within the country or abroad, but the important point is that permanent migration in the context of political and economic relations rather than the proximity of the migration distance is important. In this respect, domestic immigration is a major humanitarian, economic and sociocultural problem that needs to be explored and solved. Today, one of the most important themes of many developed western countries is to ensure that the immigrant population and the indigenous people live together in harmony. This is called integration. As a result of living together, concepts such as multiculturalism and dual citizenship have emerged. Migrants, migrants, and children of immigrants appear to be mobile, multi-lingual individuals who are shuttling between receiving and receiving countries. The immigrant and refugee issues are undoubtedly one of the most important securities and survival problems of the time frame we live in. Because what could be more truthful and pathetic than the drama experienced by people who had to leave their country in mass, how and how this desperation can be described. In this study, the relationship between the concept of global citizenship and immigration will be revealed by qualitative research methods. In this context, the phenomenon of global citizenship will be handled from an axiological perspective in the axis of the concept of immigration, acculturation, and globalization.
22 Feb 2024Submitted to Advance