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Vpliv družbene infrastrukture za oskrbo starejših na medobčinske selitve v Sloveniji : diplomska naloga št.: 142/TUN
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V diplomski nalogi smo se ukvarjali z analizo vpliva različnih dejavnikov na tokove selitev med občinami v Republiki Sloveniji, posebej pa nas je zanimalo, kako na selitve vpliva opremljenost občin z infrastrukturo za oskrbo starejših. Podatke o selitvah smo pridobili na Statističnem uradu Republike Slovenije. Slednji so bili razdeljeni v tri starostne skupine. Ostali podatki pa so se nanašali na različne dejavnike, ki so jih nekatere pretekle raziskave že prepoznale za pomembne v kontekstu preseljevanja prebivalcev Slovenije. Podatke o posameznem dejavniku smo najprej uredili v programu Microsoft Excel in jih nato dodatno organizirali (posebej za izvor in ponor) v programu za upravljanje baz podatkov Microsoft Acces. Nato smo v statističnem paketu SPSS izvedli analizo gravitacijskih vplivov obravnavanih dejavnikov na tokove selivcev po treh starostnih skupinah – selivcev do 65 let, selivcev med 66 in 74 let in selivcev, starejših od 75 let. Ugotovili smo, da družbena infrastruktura (indeks pokritosti oseb) v občini izvora pomembno zadržuje potencialne selivce, stare 66 let ali več. Pomembno vlogo na selitve imata tudi populacija (odseljujemo in priseljujemo se predvsem iz ter v občine z večjim številom prebivalcev) in razdalja preselitve (najbolj vpliva na najmlajše selivce, nato na najstarejše selivce, medtem ko so se selivci stari med 66 in 74 leti pripravljeni seliti tudi na večje razdalje).

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:geodezija, diplomska naloga, VSŠ, selitveni tokovi, starostne kohorte, gravitacijski model, občina, analiza
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FGG - Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering
Place of publishing:Ljubljana
Publisher:[J. Hrvatin]
Year:2023
Number of pages:VIII, 28 str., 9 str. pril.
PID:20.500.12556/RUL-150601-db8dc8ea-2ed1-5cf5-867a-bf298018a5e7 This link opens in a new window
UDC:314.15:352­053.9(497.4)(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:178138627 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:21.09.2023
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Language:English
Title:The influence of social infrastructure for care of the elderly on inter­municipal migration in Slovenia : graduation thesis no.: 142/TUN
Abstract:
In our thesis, we focused on analyzing the impact of various factors on migration flows between municipalities in the Republic of Slovenia. Specifically, we were interested in how the municipalities' provision of infrastructure for the elderly affects migration. Migration related data were obstained from the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia. They were divided into three age groups. Other data consisted of various factors that previous studies have identified as important in the context of Slovenia's population migration. We first organized the data for each factor, using Microsoft Excel and structured them (separately for origin and destination) using the Microsoft Access database management program. Then we conducted an analysis of the gravitational effects of the factors under consideration on migration flows for three age groups: migrants up to 65 years old, migrants aged 66 to 74, and migrants aged 75 or older. For the final analysis, we used the SPSS statistical analysis program, which is used to calculate linear regression. Using the statistical package SPSS, we than performed an analysis of the gravitational influence of the discussed factors on the flows of emigrants by three age groups ­ emigrants up to 65 years old, emigrants between 66 and 74 years old and emigrants older than 75 years old. We found that the social infrastructure (person coverage index) in the municipality of origin significantly deters potential migrants aged 66 or older. The population also plays an important role in migration (we move out and immigrate mainly from municipalities with a smaller number of inhabitants to municipalities with a larger number of inhabitants) and the distance of relocation (mostly affects the youngest migrants, then the oldest migrants, while migrants between the ages of 66 and 74 are ready to move even over long distances).

Keywords:geodesy, graduation thesis, migratory flows, age cohorts, gravity model, municipality, analysis

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