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Socio-economic life style of Bangladeshi man married to Russian girl: An analysis of migration and integration perspective

Kazi Abdul, Mannan and V.V, Kozlov (1995): Socio-economic life style of Bangladeshi man married to Russian girl: An analysis of migration and integration perspective. Published in: Russian Management Journa , Vol. 1, No. 6 (1995): pp. 25-44.

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Abstract

The number of Bangladeshi immigrants is still very small in Russia. In this article the social and economic integration of immigrant male from Bangladesh into Russian society was explored, with reference to the concept of segmented integration. The results show that intermarried immigrant male seem to be quite successful in finding access to the Russia and co-ethnic networks and at the same time they were economically integrated. In-married immigrants experienced economic limitations more often than those who were intermarried. A noticeable part of in-married men actually integrate into the networks of co-ethnics, while integration into Russian networks is weak or non-existent. Intermarried immigrant men, on the other hand, integrate more often only into the Russian community. This indicates that integration has become segmented and that marriage type was an important element - but only one among other factors - in the process of segmented integration.

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