A Study on the Emigration Enablers of the Romanian Students in Theology
Revista Românească pentru Educaţie Multidimensională, 2018, Volume 10, Issue 2, pages: 180-197, DOI: org/10.18662/rrem/55
18 Pages Posted: 30 Jul 2018
Date Written: June 30, 2018
The main purpose of this article is to describe and validate/test a set of hypothetical traits of the theology students from two important Romanian universities regarding their migration attitudes after graduation. The study is based on a consistent questionnaire survey, both in terms of architecture of variables and number of complete responses. After cleaning, processing and doing all the required derivations on the original data, statistical analysis methods have been applied. The results have brought solid arguments to validate all the hypotheses that marked the starting point of this study. They finally proved the importance of specific personal motivations and personality traits as key enablers of the decision to emigrate in the Western Europe.
Keywords: migration, students in theology, multinomial logistic regressions, recognition of personal value, openness
JEL Classification: F22, D91, Y10
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