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(English) (Italiano) Quando eravamo badanti. Storie di donne della Polonia

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  • Andrea Pelliccia

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(English) (Italiano) Attraverso l’utilizzo dell’approccio biografico, sono state ricostruire le traiettorie di vita delle migranti polacche altamente qualificate presenti sul territorio della provincia romana. Si è indagato sulle modalità e sulle motivazioni dei progetti migratori all’interno di una prospettiva transnazionale, mettendo in risalto il ruolo attivo del social network polacco che giustifica l’elevata presenza polacca nella città di Roma da non ricondurre, in maniera riduttiva, a ragioni puramente economiche. Infine, largo spazio è stato dato all’analisi del percorso formativo e professionale per indagare su possibili problematiche legate al corretto utilizzo delle competenze professionali e al riconoscimento del titolo di studio alla luce del fenomeno del sottoinquadramento o del cosiddetto brain waste (spreco dei cervelli).

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  • Andrea Pelliccia, 2012. "(English) (Italiano) Quando eravamo badanti. Storie di donne della Polonia," IRPPS Working Papers 40:2012, National Research Council, Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies.
  • Handle: RePEc:cnz:wpaper:40:2012
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    (English) Storie di vita; Immigrazione polacca; Brain drain; Genere (Italiano) Storie di vita; Immigrazione polacca; Brain drain; Genere;

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