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School as an Integration Partner. Interim research report.
Leontiyeva, Yana ; Mikešová, Renáta ; Tollarová, Blanka ; Šimon, Martin ; Čermáková, Dita
The interim research report is a summary of the findings of the School as an Integration Partner project, which deals with the integration of migrant background pupils (non-native language speakers) in Prague's primary schools. The first part of the report deals with the analysis of available statistical data, analysis of previous research and other sources of information on pupils with migrant background. The second part summarizes the findings from an extensive research at primary schools in Prague conducted within the project in the school year 2019-2020 and focused on the situation of pupils with insufficient knowledge of Czech as a language of instruction. The research focused on finding out the number of these pupils at individual primary schools in Prague including the estimation of their language skills. The research also focused on the use of individual support measures by schools, on financing support of migrant background pupils and on the existence of teachers specialized in teaching Czech as a foreign language.
Local integration policies towards immigrants: an example of Prague and Barcelona
Holinková, Barbora ; Seidlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Leontiyeva, Yana (referee)
The main aim of this thesis is the comparison of approaches to integration of foreigners at the local level in Prague and Barcelona. The author also wants to find out if the policies applied in Barcelona are transferable to the Czech environment. The thesis is based on selected concepts focused on the integration of foreigners into the host society (classical typology of national integration models or integration models based on psychological aspects by Berry) and its components included on the definition of migration and integration policy (Baršová, Barša 2005; Penninx 2016; Bosswick, Heckman 2006 and others). Due to the nature of the work, a qualitative method of research was selected, consisting on the analysis of secondary sources (expert studies, annual reports, governmental and municipal policies, statistical sources). In addition, semi-structured interviews were held with representatives of local governments in Prague and Barcelona. Local integration policies are created in a specific context of the state. The work is also an outline of the migratory history of the Czech Republic and Spain, the institutional provision of migration and integration policies at individual administrative levels (national, regional, local) and their development. It has been found that the city of Barcelona has a strong...
Russian "second generation" in Europe : comparative analysis of integration patterns, national identity and transnational ties of the children of Russian migrants in Prague and Paris
Gavrilova, Vera ; Leontiyeva, Yana (advisor) ; Hamplová, Dana (referee)
A master dissertation is devoted to the comparison of Russian second-generation migrants in two European capitals: Prague and Paris. It analyses ethnical identity of the children of Russian immigrants, existence of transnational ties with the homeland of their parents as well as their integration patterns. The study is based on in-depth interviews with the Russian second generation adolescents and their parents. The analytical part is preceded by a review of the main theoretical concepts used in the study with the focus on the existing theories of migrants' integration in general and second-generation integration in particular. Despite the fact that the results of the study can be generalised neither to the entire Europe, nor to the whole Czech Republic or France, the author tries to outline the main similarities and dissimilarities between the populations of The Russian secondgeneration immigrants in two European capitals as well as between two generations of Russian migrants and brings information about the Russian "new second generation" in general that can be used for further researches or policy-making.
Integration of Immigrant Children from the Perspective of their Parents (Example of immigrants from post-Soviet countries)
Chernykh, Aleksandra ; Šanderová, Jadwiga (advisor) ; Leontiyeva, Yana (referee)
The master thesis deals with the fenomenon of integration of 1,5. generation of immigrants from the coutries of former USSR. Czech researchers devote to this topic relatively little attention, so that it remains in seclusion. At present, there are only partial and incidental findings about integration of children with origins in the former USSR. Based on the current level of knowledge it seeks to grasp the phenomenon of the integration of those children in all its complexity, and therefore focuses on the different dimensions of integration - structural, social and cultural including language. In examining all the mentioned integration dimensions in tracks how the immigrant children handle the cultural heritage of their country of origin, but also how the adopt Czech culture in its broader sense. To get the deepest understanding of their integration - within each dimension, and within the overall integration process - and also to find out the problems they face on their way to successful integration, it explores this phenomenon from the perspective of those children's mothers. Through in-depth interviews with women-immigrants who come from the post-Soviet region, the work reveals meanings that they attach to different aspects of their children's integration into the Czech hosting society. Finally, the work...
Brains versus Brawn: Comparison of the Educational and Occupational Status of non-EU Labour Migrants in the Czech Republic
Leontiyeva, Yana ; Tuček, Milan (advisor) ; Uherek, Zdeněk (referee) ; Drbohlav, Dušan (referee)
The main aim of this thesis is to examine the educational and occupational structure of non-EU labour migration to the Czech Republic. Using insights from human capital theory and the sociology of migration this thesis explores the extent to which there is an educational-occupational mismatch among non-EU migrant workers in the Czech Republic. This thesis uses currently available statistical data and evidence from qualitative and quantitative sociological studies. The dissertation exploits data from two unique surveys conducted by the Institute of Sociology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in 2006 and 2010.
Hervertová, Vojtěška ; Klípa, Ondřej (advisor) ; Leontiyeva, Yana (referee)
This bachelor thesis is dealing with the analysis and description of the most distinctive factors influencing operating of circular labour migrants from ukraine on the Prague's labour market, from the student's point of view. Analysis of this phenomenon insists on theoretical basis of the migration studies from the sociological and antrophological perspective, which is focused on both structural and personal anticipation of migrants abroad (focused on the Czech republic), dealing with the specific conditions influencing their participating on legal, illegal and quasi*legal economic activities and based on the partial results of the qualitive research done at the beginning of 2009 in Prague. Powered by TCPDF (
Opinons of the Czech public toward the events on Ukraine - February 2015
Buchtík, Martin ; Leontiyeva, Yana
According to the  survey of the Public Opinion Research Centre, 47 % of Czech citizens are interested in current events in Ukraine.Respondents were also asked about their perception of the situation as a security threat, of the current activities of various groups in the conflict and about active participation of international community in solving the situation. Press release also contain a brief comparison with perception of ISIL´s activities.

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