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Ukrainian and Russian organizations in Sweden and the conflict “back home”

In order to increase their influence and achieve certain other goals, most organizations tend to collaborate with other organizations that they believe share their perspectives and attitudes (Portes et al., 2008). Ethnic organizations mostly base their activities on perceptions of common “routes” and “roots” and tend to collaborate with similar others, and thus have a quite homophilous collaboration network. However, when a violent armed conflict in the homeland arises, it can be brought closer

Sofiya Voytiv

Connections: The Quarterly Journal , ISSUE 1, 1–20

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