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International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, v11 n11 p4790-4800 2016

The objective of the study is to draw an analogy with the criminological aspects of unemployed migrants' delinquency in Astana and Almaty, based on the example of the criminal US cities, to develop a solution on the basis of the information received and solutions to emerging conflicts. The article presents solutions in order to improve the efficiency of social and legal control over unemployment and migration flows. The article reviews the main causes of crime, and the comparative analysis between the level of crime and unemployment has been undertaken. There were given recommendations how to normalize those aspects and improve crime situation in the cities. The author raises the question of migratory flows, their importance for the economy and the urban crime. Recommendations for improving the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the migration service were given as well as ways of proper managing and administering migration flows. The paper provides the theoretical recommendations for combating unemployment and improving the lives of migratory flows in order to solve conflict situations and reduce the impact of crime on the basis of the received data about given cities of Kazakhstan.

Descriptors: Population Growth, Foreign Countries, Unemployment, Crime, Comparative Analysis, Labor Market, Surveys

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Autor: Karipova, Ainagul; Voznyak, Oxana; Babajanyan, Yester; Serikbayev, Abzal; Kozhantayeva, Zhauhar

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3984&id=EJ1114846

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