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Debates the fact that the modes of population migration change systematically from region to region over time

Debates the fact that the modes of population migration change systematically from region to region over time.

Skeldon, R. 1990, Population Mobility in Developing Countries: A Reinterpretation, London, Belhaven Press. Skeldon, R. 1997, Migration and Development: A Global Interpretation, London, Longman. 2008, International migration as a tool in development policy: a passing phase?, Population.

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Population mobility in developing countries. R Black, D Kniveton, R Skeldon, D Coppard, A Murata, K Schmidt-Verkerk. Population mobility in developing countries. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 36 (10), 1619-1646, 2010. International migration as a tool in development policy: a passing phase? R Skeldon. Population Mobility in Developing Countries: A Reinterpretation. Michael P. Todaro, Ronald Skeldon. 2. View via Publisher.

This chapter restates the book’s main arguments and contextualises them within wider contemporary theoretical and empirical debates in migration .

This chapter restates the book’s main arguments and contextualises them within wider contemporary theoretical and empirical debates in migration, transnational and mobility studies. It also discusses the generalisation potential of the study’s results. The migrants in the study are representative neither of all migrants, nor of all Somali migrants.

Ronald Skeldon Population mobility in developing countries: A reinterpretation. ISBN 13: 9781852930967.

Authors and affiliations. Escape from violence: Conflict and the refugee crisis in the developing world. First Online: 11 June 2016. Reluctant exiles? Migration from Hong Kong and the new overseas Chinese. New York: Oxford University Press. Authors and Affiliations. 1. niversity of SussexBrightonUK. Cite this chapter as: Skeldon R. (2016) Mobility, Immobility and Migration.

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Debates the fact that the modes of population migration change systematically from region to region over time. Incorporating original data from several areas of the developing world plus evidence from a comprehensive review of existing literature, it illustrates how human mobility is connected to social, economic and political change. Compares the historical experience of Europe with patterns in today's developing countries.
Population Mobility in Developing Countries: A Reinterpretation download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Ronald Skeldon
ISBN: 0471947717
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: *Belhaven Press; 1 edition (November 19, 1993)
Pages: 274 pages