Efekty wąskiej i szerokiej socjalizacji dla trajektorii migracyjnych młodych dorosłych

Justyna Sarnowska


The effects of broad and narrow socialization on migration trajectories of young adults
The previous scientific considerations have focused on the fact that international mobility of youth plays a significant role in the process of becoming adult (see Eade et al. 2006, Crivello 2011, Punch 2015, King 2017), as well as affects the further stages of transition from education to work and adulthood (see Sarnowska 2016). The aim of this article is to explain the importance of socialization in the family for migration trajectories of Polish young adults. To illustrate various migration strategies, the concept of broad and narrow socialization of Jeffrey J. Arnett (1995a) will be used. It was assumed that Arnett’s concept is based on a particular dimension with two poles. Depending on a source of socialization, individuals experience broad or narrow socialization conditions as well as broad or narrow socialization influences. Particular attention will be given to parents as socializing agents. The analysis of the empirical material will be based on the qualitative longitudinal study with 14 people aged 25–34 with a university degree, who took one of the first works in life abroad. The second wave of the study had been conducted after one year to two years after the first one.

Słowa kluczowe: broad and narrow socialization, emerging adulthood, growing up “on the move”, international mobility

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