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El proceso intencional/decisorio migratorio desde una aproximación cualitativa longitudinal

Abstract : The qualitative longitudinal approach, although potentially adequate, has not received much attention in the field of international migration. Especially, the residential intentions and decisions of migrants are usually studied from a static point of view, which does not explain the phenomenon as a process. This article demonstrates the need for a dynamic and qualitative perspective to explain how intentions / decisions are formed, maintained or reformulated throughout the migratory project. For this, we use the Ukrainian case study in the Community of Madrid, carried out in 4 waves, between 2009 and 2016. Through this study that hat articulates the temporal, spatial and relational dimensions at the same time; we discuss the conceptual, methodological and analytical contributions and challenge of this approach. Among others, we highlight the ability to observe the cognitive causal processes, which allows a deeper understanding of how intentions are modelled and residential decisions are made.
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Renáta Hosnedlová. El proceso intencional/decisorio migratorio desde una aproximación cualitativa longitudinal. Empiria (Madrid), Madrid: Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, 2020, pp.115-145. ⟨10.5944/empiria.46.2020.26969⟩. ⟨hal-03147494⟩

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