MIGRACJE I CZAS - MŁODZI POLACY W IRLANDII W ŚWIETLE JAKOŚCIO-WEGO BADANIA PANELOWEGO
MIGRATION AND TIME - YOUNG POLES IN IRELAND IN THE LIGHT OF A QUALITATIVE PANEL STUDY
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This article brings time as independent variable to the study of migrations. The analysis focuses on Polish migrants to Ireland who were followed within the framework of the Qualitative Panel Study (QPS) of Migrant Careers and Aspirations project. The QPS was carried out as the situation in Ireland went from a boom to a recession. The study tracked changes in the respondents' biographies. Studying migration across different points in time suggests that decisions about geographical mobility are not one-off but negotiated as circumstances change. Furthermore, both economic and non-economic factors are crucial to their understanding.
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