DANISH GREEN CARD SCHEME: An Analytic Study of the Formulation of Conditions to Qualify

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Publication 2-year master student thesis
Title DANISH GREEN CARD SCHEME: An Analytic Study of the Formulation of Conditions to Qualify
Author(s) Barlach, Romelda
Date 2012
English abstract
To determine whether selective immigration policies are influenced by national experience and economic concerns, this research studies Denmark’s The Greencard scheme, and seeks to find the answer if the formulation of the conditions to be qualified will attract or repel the aspiring immigrant. Reasons such as immigration patterns, integration issues, and increasing pressure to the society contributes to the tendency and positive overall impression suggesting repulsive formulation. The content analysis of the research material amicably identified the object of signification and Western values in the definition of parameter to qualify. Although the reduced data showed the application of systematic distinctions in the process of differentiation, the subsequent analysis of the results inferred the intention of the country that is mutually beneficial. That, the basis of evaluation using a point system is designed to assess the likelihood that the immigrant will be able to find qualified work in Denmark. The result of this study revealed an interesting starting point in conducting further research. It will help the researcher to step forward in incorporating either opinion survey or interviews in order to generate an even better strength of results and a more generalized conclusion.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Kultur och samhälle
Pages 57
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) Otherness
Distinctiveness
Content Analysis
Green Card
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/13784 (link to this page)

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