THE IMPACT OF MIGRATION ON SOCIETY AND THE OPINIONS OF REFUGEES: THE SYRIAN EXAMPLE

For economic, social, political reasons, the migration of individuals or communities from one country to another, from one settlement to another, is called migration (TDK). Today, refugee migrations are one of the biggest mass migration movements in the world. The refugee is the definition of refugees who flee from political wars and wars. Today, Syrians constitute the largest group of refugees. The war which started in Syria in 2011 and continued in 2011 caused many people to die, to be displaced and to leave their country to take refuge in other countries. There are approximately 6 million Syrian refugees in the world (Ministry of Interior, General Directorate of Immigration). In order to escape the war, Syrians abandoned their places and migrated to other places. This migration is the most affected countries bordering the motion was Turkey. Turkey has been the most affected by the migration of refugees from countries with geographic location as many years. In Turkey, Syrian refugees are living 3 million 618 thousand 634 today, according to official figures. The number of Syrian refugees in our country continues to increase day by day. This situation brings many social, cultural, economic and political problems in our country. Syrians live in many cities in our country. In this study, the point of view of the citizens of Turkey and the impact of migration refugee exodus to Turkey, Syria will be demonstrated by example.
 

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