دراسات نفسية وتربوية
Volume 4, Numéro 1, Pages 1-28
الكاتب : بن عبد الكريم بن عيبان إبراهيم .
This study has aimed to discuss the realities of expatriate workers in Saudi Arabia and their negative effects in the social, the economic, the political and the security dimensions and the roles of educational institutions in the reduction of recruiting them and to avoid their effects. By following the method of descriptive analysis, the results have indicated that the number of expats in Saudi Arabia amounted to (6.144236) in the latest official statistics, and that its presence in the region of Mecca is more. It has, also, indicated that the reasons behind its spread in the Kingdom include: the discovery of oil, cheap salaries serving non-Saudis and the emergence of many fictitious institutions that trade in visas employment. The results have, also, showed that the negative effects of migrant workers are: laziness, dependency, a conflict of roles and family relations, an increase in the proportion of cash transfers abroad, unemployment, and their impact on the political relations between the Kingdom and their countries; the dissemination of deviant ideas and prohibited substances. The study has, also, shown that there are several roles that should be carried out by family, school and the mass media so as to lessen the negative effects of foreign workers
expatriate workers - negative effects -dimensions - educational institutions - reduction of recruiting- Saudi Arabia
خالد بن عبد الله تركي