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    STUDIA EUROPAEA - Issue no. 2 / 2015  

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  Abstract:   Amongst all European countries, Romania has one of the biggest immigrant communities abroad, and this has become a major social issue, especially after Romania became a member of the European Union. But what happens to these Romanian immigrants from the sociocultural point of view? Are they integrating themselves successfully in their adoptive countries? Which factors exert the most important influence in the process? How is sociocultural identity being reshaped by the immigration experience? In this paper, we shall try to find answers to all these questions, using already existing theories and studies, but also using a primary research on a group of high-skilled immigrants living in Italy and Great Britain.

Keywords: migration, intercultural communication, integration, identity.
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