The Millennials, Job mobility and European Identity in Europe Insularity vs. Inclusivity

Kocs, Réka (2015) The Millennials, Job mobility and European Identity in Europe Insularity vs. Inclusivity. BA/BSc thesis, BCE Társadalomtudományi Kar, Szociológia és Társadalompolitika Intézet.

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Abstract

This thesis explores the current attitude towards EU migrants and seeks to understand what role job mobility and European identity play in the current “pre- crisis recovery era”. Europe seems to be divided in two ideological factions having on one side eurosceptics who try to curb and terminate the law of freedom of movement and describe migration as a threat to their country and on the other side a pro-Europe movements who claim support for a more “unified” Europe. For a lot of young people (mainly the Millennial or Y generation) matters of the European Union seem to be quite theoretical and there is little they feel connected to. I conducted quantitative and qualitative interviews to summarize and analyze their hopes and aspirations and to determine what young Millennials expect and think about the future European Union.

Item Type:BA/BSc thesis
Subjects:Sociology
Labour economics
ID Code:8637
Specialisation:Szociológia szak
Deposited By: Beáta Vasvár
Deposited On:03 Mar 2016 13:32
Last Modified:02 Jul 2016 21:25

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