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The internal migration theme refers to any migration that occurs within a country. This could refer to migration between administrative units of a country which can have similar consequences as international migration in terms of loss of rights, risks of travel and negative stereotyping.  Internal migration is the type of migration most likely to be undertaken by the poorest and the numbers involved dwarf international migrants.  It is estimated that the number of internal migrants in China alone equal that of all the international migrants in the world.
The list below highlights the most recent documents added to the theme of Internal migration. More results of Internal migration can be viewed by clicking at the link at the end of the page.


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Youth Migration and Social Advancement: How Young People Manage Emerging Differences between Themselves and their Hometown

Author: M. Gabriel

Publication date: February 2006

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Where are They Going? A Comparison of Urban and Rural Youths' Locational Choices after Leaving the Parental Home

Author: S. Garasky

Publication date: 2002

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Migration and Education: Child Migrants in Bangladesh

Author: L. Giani

Publication date: March 2006

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The paper examines the rural-urban migration patterns of children who move to Dhaka city, Bangladesh, either on...

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Research Report on Children's Independent Migration from Northeastern to Central Ghana

Author: I. M. Hashim

Publication date: June 2005

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This report discusses findings of a research carried out in Ghana with independent child migrants  and...

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Rural Youth Drain: Attitudes, Behaviours & Perceptions

Author: K. Kirstein; S. Bandranaike

Publication date: September 2004

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The regional youth exodus and the depopulation of the bush is a major component of contemporary population debate....

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