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Human migration affects all regions of our planet: too many persons, or too few, move into, or out of, a place. Studies of migration and mobility are a critical component of understanding population growth and change and subsequent societal problems. This book focuses on substantive empirical results generated in the three decades leading up to publication and organizes them so that the student of population will have a clearer understanding of the nature of migration, its place within demography and population geography, and the implications of population changes through migration. Although the emphasis lies on substantive empirical information, those important conceptual structures that are part of our present understanding of mobility are introduced in verbal form. SCIENTIFIC GEOGRAPHY SERIES, Grant Ian Thrall, editor.
Regional Research Institute, West Virginia University
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Human migration, migration and mobility, population growth
Clark, W.A.V. (1986). Human Migration. Reprint. Edited by Grant Ian Thrall. WVU Research Repository, 2020.