Türkiye emek piyasasında mülteciler/ göçmenler: görünmeyen emek ve görünen politika üzerine bir değerlendirme

2019-12-01
Bu makalede, küresel hareketliliğin art alanındaki yapısal nedenlereodaklanan bir bakış açısından hareketle, Türkiye’de özellikle son onyıldır bulunan mültecilerin/göçmenlerin topluma nasıl dahil edildiklerisorunsalına odaklanılmaktadır. Bu konuya ilişkin tartışmanın hukuki,siyasi ve daha pek çok boyutu bulunmakla birlikte; sosyal bilimleraçısından, insani yardım tartışmalarının ötesinde göç ve emekkavramlarını birlikte düşünen ve mültecilerin/göçmenlerin emekpiyasasına entegrasyonu üzerinden toplumsal entegrasyona odaklananbir değerlendirme bu makalenin temel çıkış noktasını oluşturmaktadır.Bu çalışma kapsamında mültecilerin/göçmenlerin Türkiye’deki formelve enformel emek piyasalarına entegrasyonunun incelenmesi amacıylaOcak 2010-Mart 2018 dönemi arasında, BirGün, Hürriyet ve Yeni Şafakolmak üzere üç basılı gazete içerisinden çeşitli anahtar sözcüklerlebelirlenen haberlere ilişkin bir “nitel medya analizi” gerçekleştirilmiştir.Bu bağlamda; emek piyasası ve mültecilik/göçmenlik ilişkisinin hangikonular çerçevesinde ele alındığı, emek piyasası, geçicilik ve haklarkonusunda bir değerlendirmede bulunup bulunulmadığı, mültecilerin/göçmenlerin formel ve enformel sektördeki durumları ve yaptıkları*
The Turkish Journal of Population Studies

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Citation Formats
H. İ. Rittersberger, “Türkiye emek piyasasında mülteciler/ göçmenler: görünmeyen emek ve görünen politika üzerine bir değerlendirme,” The Turkish Journal of Population Studies, pp. 26–51, 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: http://www.dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/nufusbilim/issue/52256/683687.