STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN NATIONALISM - MIGRATION
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STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN NATIONALISM - MIGRATION AND INSECURITY
STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN NATIONALISM - MIGRATION AND INSECURITY

Author(s): Ionut Daniel Moldovan, Adina Mihaescu
Subject(s): Civil Society, Security and defense, Inter-Ethnic Relations
Published by: Research and Science Today
Keywords: SOCIAL CHANGE; NATIONALISM; NATIONAL IDENTITY; MIGRATION;

Summary/Abstract: THE CURRENT GLOBAL CONTEXT WITH INSTABILITY AND ECONOMIC REDISTRIBUTION, CHANGES INSOCIETAL VALUE SYSTEMS, ACCESSIBILITY AND DISSEMINATION OF MEDIA TECHNOLOGY, NEWCHANGES IN EDUCATION SYSTEMS OR POPULATION DEMOGRAPHICS (MIGRATION) MAKE SOCIALCHANGE A PHENOMENON THAT CURRENTLY AFFECTS ANY SOCIETY.SOURCES THAT INFLUENCE CHANGE ARE MULTIPLE AND ARE NOT USUALLY LIMITED TO INTERNALCHANGES TO THE SOCIAL SYSTEM. THE EFFECTS OF SOCIAL CHANGE CAN BE FELT AT DIFFERENTLEVELS OF SOCIAL STRUCTURE, AND CHANGES AT EACH OF THESE LEVELS CAN LEAD TO MARGINALCHANGES IN THE SOCIAL ORDER, BUT MOREOVER CAN CAUSE SYSTEMIC CHANGES AFFECTINGCOMPLETE SOCIETIES AND EVEN THE GLOBAL SYSTEM. SOCIAL CHANGE INFLUENCES HUMANSOCIETIES AS HABITS AND NORMS CHANGE, NEW TECHNIQUES AND TECHNOLOGIES ARE INVENTED,ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES LEAD TO NEW ADAPTATIONS OR EVEN MIGRATION, AND CONFLICTS LEADTO REDISTRIBUTION OF POWERS AND MASSIVE MIGRATION AS SHOWN BY RECENT EVENTS IN SYRIAAND NOT ONLY.

  • Issue Year: 16/2018
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 33-42
  • Page Count: 10
  • Language: English