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|Título :||Why people move: comparative perspectives on the dynamics of internal migration||Autor :||Balán, Jorge||Palabras clave :||MIGRACION RURAL URBANA;CONGRESOS;MIGRACION INTERNA;MOVILIDAD SOCIAL;AMERICA LATINA||Fecha de publicación :||1981||Editorial :||Paris. FR; Unesco Press||Resumen :||The symposium, organized jointly by Unesco and the Latin American Social Sciences Council's Committee on Population and Development, was concerned with the relationship between migration and development. The causes and consequences of rural migration are first explored, and case studies on the relationship between internal migration and development are presented for Italy, Argentina, Turkey, Chile, and Poland. Next, some behavioral aspects of internal migration and development are examined for Mexico and the Republic of Korea. Finally, some policy aspects and alternatives to rural-urban migration are considered, with examples from Peru, Brazil, Argentina, and Tropical Africa||Serie o Congreso:||International Symposium. Sept. 18-21, 1978||URI :||http://repositorio.cedes.org/handle/123456789/3983|
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