Russian speaking female immigrants’ experiences with integration processes and inclusion/exclusion within social and work life in Norway
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- Master's theses (SV-NHS) 
This research paper was aimed to reveal Russian speaking female immigrants’ experiences related to integration and inclusion/exclusion in social and work life moments. For the purpose of gaining knowledge about unique experiences respondents has in relation to the topic chosen, qualitative descriptive technique was implemented. The understanding about which aspects to illuminate was received from literature review available within project’s boundaries. Thus, based on existing knowledge available in literature review and experiences respondents shared, through interviews done in open-ended questions technique, conceptual frame was built. Therefore, data collected from respondents showed that on a way to integration and inclusion in society and work life, the most important factors contributing within process are employment, language, interaction with locals, and personal qualities, same factors were revealed as constraints, but, additionally such factor as discrimination against foreigners was named. Data received was analysed, discussed and based on that limitations and suggestion were generated.
Master's thesis in International Hospitality management