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2006 | 2(150) | 66-77
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INTERNAL AND INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION - TO BE ANALYSED JOINTLY OR SEPARATELY?

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The article attempts to evaluate the rationale, for a joint or separate analysis of both types of migration in the European Union. First the author examines different types of migration barriers, reaching the conclusion, that since the countries' policies regulate the possibility of border crossing for its' own citizens and for foreigners, therefore in the international migration analysis the economic, social and psychological barriers are secondary to administrative and -political barriers. Next, the author discusses the ongoing integration process of EU countries in the area of standardization of both internal and international migration, in the context of legal regulations and their practical effects on the population flows between the EU countries. He concedes that, internal and international migrations within the EU may be treated with identical principles and analysed jointly. The following review of migration studies, supports further the view, that a dogmatic clinging to the distinction between internal and international migrations is in many cases unjustified. The author, however, does not rule out the possibility of the existence of such areas of migration research, in which separate examination of both migration categories makes sense, with regard to the existence of important institutional and political barriers.
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  • W. Janicki, Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Sklodowskiej w Lublinie, Zaklad Geografii Ekonomicznej, pl. M. Curie-Sklodowskiej 5, 20-031 Lublin, Poland
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08PLAAAA04268319
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