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2007 | 33 | 2(124) | 203-205
Article title

RESEARCH COMMUNIQUÉ: 'POLISH MIGRANTS IN OSLO'

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Abstracts
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Polish migration to Norway is a fairly new phenomenon, which has rapidly been gaining force since Poland's EU accession. In order to gain insight into the character of this recent wave of labour migration a pilot study of Polish migrants in Oslo was carried out in joint co-operation of Fafo Institute of Labour and Social Research, Oslo and Centre for Migration Research, Warsaw. The PMO study took place in and October-December 2006. It focused on issues pertaining to the working and living conditions of the Polish migrants in Norway. For the purpose of maximizing representativeness of the surveyed population, respondent-driven sampling, a methodology so far applied to 'hidden populations' and thus novel to migration research was used. Preliminary results of the survey will be published in March 2007.
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33
Issue
Pages
203-205
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COMMUNICATION
Contributors
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  • P. Trevena, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Wydzial Nauk Ekonomicznych, Osrodek Badan nad Migracjami, ul. Banacha 2B, 02-097 Warszawa, Poland
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08PLAAAA05049604
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bwmeta1.element.283cedbe-6b39-37bc-89e1-af990e8a8ef2
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