The virtual return of "fourth" and "fifth" generation migrants

Filozofija I Društvo 2006 (29):77-88 (2006)
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The main aims of the project are twofold: the first one is to get insight into scope, structure, everyday life, opinions and plans of our people who live abroad as the fourth and fifth generations of emigrants, specially those who left the country during 90s. The second is checking and recording their preparedness for "return" to mother-country through complex set of activities and arrangements: return, capital investments, know-how and skills investments, preservation and strengthening cultural identity of our people abroad and development their links with the ethnic/cultural background and inheritance. Glavni ciljevi realizacije ove teme su dvojaki. Prvi cilj je sticanje uvida u obim, strukturu, karakteristike svakodnevnog zivota, stavove i planove nasih ljudi koji zive u inostranstvu kao pripadnici cetvrte i pete generacije emigranata. Drugi cilj je utvrdjivanje njihove spremnosti za povratak u zemlju maticu, kroz slozen sindrom fizickog povratka ili "virtuelnog" povratka, kroz kapitalne investicije, investiranje stecenog "intelektualnog kapitala" u drustveni razvoj zemlje, ali i osnazenja drustvenog i kulturnog identiteta nasih ljudi u rasejanju i jacanja njihovih veza sa etnokulturnim zaledjem i nasledjem.

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