Review of (Domestic) Sociological Studies of Slovene Migration Problems in Europe from 1945 on
The paper gives a review of domestic sociological studies of Slovene migration in the postwar period. The greater part of the studies was carried out with in the long-term research project of the FSPN Research Institute. Works published in the preparatory period included a draft research project, two extensive bibliographies and a report on the most important data from the study of immigrant workers carried out by the Bundesanstalt fur Arbeit in spring of 1972. The author divides other studies into four groups: studies of the life of Slovenes in FRG, 2. studies of Slovene returnees from FRG, 3. studies of the specific problems of Pomurje immigrants and 4. other studies. In dealing with the subject the author adopted a problem - based approach.
The article gives a review of postwar Slovenia's Sociological studies of Slovene migration in Europe. In the introductory part the author explains the model after which the majority of the studies were carried out Within a long-term project developed by the FSPN Research Institute and relating primarily to the position of Slovene migration in the Federal Republic of Germany.
As presented, the model constitutes a preparatory phase segment of the long-term research project on Slovene migration. This phase also includes Works on theoretical premises for Sociological research into migration problems, two extensive bibliographies and a report on key data from a study of immigrant Workers in FRG carried out by the Bundesanstalt für Arbeit in spring of 1972.
Other sociological studies of Slovene migration are classified into four groups:
1. Studies of the life of Workers in FRG
2. Studies of the position of Slovene returnees from FRG
3. Studies of the specific problems of migration from Pomurje
4. Studies including, among others.
The Organization of Slovene Emigration in the 1965-1975 period, Re-emigration in Crisis Situations, Changes in International European Migrations, Autochtonous and Immigrant Ethnic Minorities, Through Adaptational Acculturation Towards Integration of the 2nd Generation of Immigrants into Modern Post-Industrial Societies, as well as individual SJM studies Which covered problems concerning the attitude of domestic Slovenes to Slovene emigration. In the presentation of Sociological studies, the author adopted an essentially problem-based approach.