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Lecture 9

Lecture 9

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Department
Political Science
Course Code
POLD52H3
Professor
Susan Solomon

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November 9
th
, 2010
-labour migration benefits everyone
-benefits from remittances
-receiving country also benefits because it has many more workers
-problems for the individual and the state (receiving) and problems for supernatural
entities in the case of Europe (European Union)
-labour migrants who move from their home country to another country experience
serious problems with their own identities
-form the point of view of the supernatural entities, the question is what is its
responsibilities for the health and wellness of migrants
-from the p.o.v of the state and economy the downside is it wont benefit the economy and
have to spend money on migrants
-beginning and middle of the 70’s west European countries began to cut down on
migrants
-temporary migrant workers were being isolated into poor living conditions and were to
live in ghettos
-they had to reduce their profits in order to ensure that the labour migrants would live at a
decent level
-some of the migrants the state wanted to retain others it would be good for them to be
gone
-what you need to know in the early 1920’s, the first president, founder of Turkish
republic decided to westernize the country over night, Latinized the alphabet, forced the
people to change the norm
-military was deeply committed to the creation of a secular country
-for a very long time Turkey remained a heavily secular country, though privately people
were able to dress as they wished
-there has been an interesting shift in Turkey recently, much more wearing of the head
scarf publically, and the president himself has challenged the secular nature of the
country
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November 9 , 2010 -labour migration benefits everyone -benefits from remittances -receiving country also benefits because it has many more workers -problems for the individual and the state (receiving) and problems for supernatural entities in the case of Europe (European Union) -labour migrants who move from their home country to another country experience serious problems with their own identities -form the point of view of the supernatural entities, the question is what is its responsibilities for the health and wellness of migrants -from the p.o.v of the state and economy the downside is it wont benefit the economy and have to spend money on migrants -beginning and middle of the 70s west European countries began to cut down on migrants -temporary migrant workers were being isolated into poor living conditions and were to liv
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