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“Do they feel welcome when returning home? Intuitive Law of Internationally Mobile Students: The Case of the Russian Global Education Program”

Petruneva, Yulia LU (2017) SIMV33 20171
Graduate School
Abstract
By exploring the Russian Global Education Program as a case of outward student mobility policy created through and backed by law, the author of this thesis analyses the impact of the legal dimension of said program on students’ return and employment decisions from the viewpoint of the socio-legal theory and methodology developed by Leon Petrazycki (1867-1931).
Based on the analysis conducted herein, the author argues that besides traditionally identified economic, political and social conditions that are known to affect highly skilled migrants’ (including students’) return and employment plans, there are also often overlooked legal factors existing in their countries of origin that can influence their (un)willingness to return and work at... (More)
By exploring the Russian Global Education Program as a case of outward student mobility policy created through and backed by law, the author of this thesis analyses the impact of the legal dimension of said program on students’ return and employment decisions from the viewpoint of the socio-legal theory and methodology developed by Leon Petrazycki (1867-1931).
Based on the analysis conducted herein, the author argues that besides traditionally identified economic, political and social conditions that are known to affect highly skilled migrants’ (including students’) return and employment plans, there are also often overlooked legal factors existing in their countries of origin that can influence their (un)willingness to return and work at home. The latter factors are revealed and explained on the grounds of internationally mobile students’ intuitive law (understanding of justice). (Less)
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author
Petruneva, Yulia LU
supervisor
organization
course
SIMV33 20171
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
international student mobility, return migration, legal aspects, Petrazycki, intuitive law, justice, Global Education Program, Russia
language
English
id
8915030
date added to LUP
2017-06-28 11:37:49
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2017-06-28 11:37:49
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  abstract     = {By exploring the Russian Global Education Program as a case of outward student mobility policy created through and backed by law, the author of this thesis analyses the impact of the legal dimension of said program on students’ return and employment decisions from the viewpoint of the socio-legal theory and methodology developed by Leon Petrazycki (1867-1931).
Based on the analysis conducted herein, the author argues that besides traditionally identified economic, political and social conditions that are known to affect highly skilled migrants’ (including students’) return and employment plans, there are also often overlooked legal factors existing in their countries of origin that can influence their (un)willingness to return and work at home. The latter factors are revealed and explained on the grounds of internationally mobile students’ intuitive law (understanding of justice).},
  author       = {Petruneva, Yulia},
  keyword      = {international student mobility,return migration,legal aspects,Petrazycki,intuitive law,justice,Global Education Program,Russia},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {“Do they feel welcome when returning home? Intuitive Law of Internationally Mobile Students: The Case of the Russian Global Education Program”},
  year         = {2017},
}