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Socio-economic inclusion of Ukrainian Immigrants in Poland: aspirational identity and material culture.

Authors: Weronika Kusek*, Northern Michigan University
Topics: Immigration/Transnationalism, Cultural Geography, Ethnic Geography
Keywords: Immigration, Lived Experience, Poland, Ukrainian Migrants
Session Type: Paper
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This paper looks into Ukrainian immigrants who are coming to Poland to fulfill labor shortages and take advantage of the country’s growing economy. This paper focuses on lived experiences of Ukrainian migrants in Poland, and how their aspirational identity is fed, made, and expressed through material culture.

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