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REINTEGRATION OF MIGRANT STUDENTS IN THE DOLJ REGION

Janina-Elena Vaè˜cu and Mihaela Aurelia Ștefan
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Janina-Elena Vaè˜cu: Dolj County School Inspectorate, Romania
Mihaela Aurelia Ștefan: University of Craiova, Romania

Social Sciences and Education Research Review, 2017, vol. 4, issue 1, 61-76

Abstract: Identified as a major problem, specific to the social and economical environment we live in, re-migration aims, mainly, at the readaptation of students to social and educational life. The study is centered on the situation of Dolj county children who suffered a failure, on one hand due to migration and on the other hand, due to a poor social and economical background. According to statistical data, in less than a school year, 200 students had received certificates for studies equalization. Out of these, 102 are girls and 98 boys, most of them re-migrating from countries like Spain (30) and Italy (134). The phenomenon of children’s re-migration and its consequences justify specific measures both from their families and the children’s social environment, and also from schools and social services. There is a need for an adequate information of parents who intend to return to their home country together with their children or they just send home their children alone. Important aspects concerning the direct intervention on children are the individual, family and community factors which imply the correction of any aggressive behaviour, the immediate solving of conflicts during classes, the stimulation of learning motivation, the development of self-esteem and resistance against disruptive factors, the protection of emotional attitude, the improvement of peer and student-teacher relationships, the encouragement of group integration, the redefinition of relationships inside the family.

Keywords: re-migration; motivation; self-esteem; redefinition of family (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A2 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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