A comparative analysis of rural-urban migration in three states of India : Bihar, West Bengal and Kerala
This work is a comparative analysis of patterns of selectivity in rural to urban migration within three Indian states- Bihar, West Bengal and Kerala. The rationale for concentrating on these three provinces is to show how regional-level diversities in socio-cultural patterns and economic development, as well as in demographic conditions, account for the differing patterns of migration selectivity. The analysis is confined to five variables: age, sex, marital status, occupation and...[Show more]
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