Batuchina, Aleksandra
September 2015
Regional Formation & Development Studies;2015, Issue 17, p7
Academic Journal
Migration for children is a very challenging period. In the article children migration is looked through the phenomenological lens and expressed through the existential of lived body. Therefore, the purpose of article is to describe the nature of child migration through the existential of the lived body. In the lived experience descriptions or anecdotes the examination of human experience is presented. In such stories lies the essence of the children migration phenomenon. The results are presented in four three sections: unmanageable fear; otherness as abnormality and dissonance of body and language.


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