By David Cairns
This e-book explores numerous very important elements of the geographical mobility of teens in Europe this day. The individuals speak about very important matters resembling migration in paintings and examine along attention of the meanings of assorted different types of mobility: temporary and long term remains, voyages concerning discovering employment and warding off unemployment, strikes among varied ecu member states and sojourns in different places. a few major commonalities emerge out of the contributions from the varied variety of members: the salience of nationwide and extra-national identities in transnational hobbies, the importance of relations and peer networks in mediating migratory activities and the effect of boarder elements upon mobility styles, together with neighborhood and nationwide monetary functionality. additional to this combination are the affects of, and implications upon, nationwide and ecu adolescence mobility regulations and the perform of teenage mobility.
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A positive correlation between the number of sojourns spent outside one’s country and the feeling of Europeanness can be observed from the respondents’ narratives. Most respondents with a European identity also make the differentiation between people like themselves and others still attached to national or local identifications. Difference regarding manner and goals of travel also appears: the enlightened European diverges from the classical tourist via what they see as their interest in understanding cultures and experimenting with other ways of life when abroad rather than passively observing the sights.
In respect to linking social capital to actions, Coleman’s suggestion that social capital is inevitably related to action is also pertinent: “social capital is created when the relations among persons change the way that facilitate action” (1990: 304). However, of specific relevance to the present context of Polish youth and their migration orientations is the notion of bridging social capital. Most closely associated with the work of Robert Putnam, this concept is defined in juxtaposition with another resource, namely bonding social capital: Of all the dimensions along which forms of social capital vary, perhaps the most important is the distinction between bridging (or inclusive) and bonding (or exclusive).
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