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This point will be further addressed in the Discussion section. Measures and Procedure Data collection was done through structured interviews by means of a questionnaire for the coding of answers of the respondents. , evaluation of pros and cons of immigration, plans for personal and professional development. g. [19, 3]. Table 1. 8 Total Note. Education level was measured on a 7-point scale, from 1=“incomplete Primary” to 7=“postgraduate”. E. Besevegis and V. Pavlopoulos / Acculturation Patterns and Adaptation of Immigrants in Greece 27 Economic aspects of immigration are considered to be part of sociocultural adaptation that involves the ability of the individuals to deal with daily issues in the host country.

And the greater the fear, the more important it is to know which side someone is on. Neighborhoods and circles of friends are swiftly cleansed of potential enemies. Realms of good and evil are defined. Contrary to what Carl Schmitt (1933) [6] believed, the distinction between friend and foe is not the “essence of politics,” but a consequence and an instrument of conflict aggravation. Although at first there may be issues where compromise is possible (such as access for an ethnic or religious group to civil service or recognition of a minority language), ultimately what is at stake is the “essence” of the collective identity, which seeks out its own concrete signals and conflict scenarios on this basis.

A mutual accommodation [22] may be missing in the Greek society, which is required for more adaptive strategies to be attained by immigrants. 036. 32 E. Besevegis and V. Pavlopoulos / Acculturation Patterns and Adaptation of Immigrants in Greece policies towards multicultural orientation, where the larger society will adapt its institutions to take into account the needs of cultural groups and thus enhance intergroup contact. The present study was based on a widely accepted theoretical framework, such as Berry’s model of acculturation.

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