Moving-on From a Rural Parish: a Multidisciplinary Longitudinal Study of Population Trends and Migration in an Area of the English-Welsh Borderland.

@inproceedings{Maund2008MovingonFA,
  title={Moving-on From a Rural Parish: a Multidisciplinary Longitudinal Study of Population Trends and Migration in an Area of the English-Welsh Borderland.},
  author={David Maund},
  year={2008}
}
This study is about migration and aims to analyse the complexities which underlie the movement of people in time and space. There are three major interdependent elements essential to such a study – data, a context and longitudinal time scale. The study commences with a discussion of various approaches which have been taken by scholars to the study of migration, drawing particular attention to the behavioural or decision making perspective. This is followed by an assessment of relevant data… CONTINUE READING

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