Population mobility and migrant-village ties : a case study of two villages in East Java
For rural people in Java, population mobility, particularly temporary movement, is usually seen as a compromise between the high living costs and marginal wages in the destination places and the psychological trauma of separation from family and friends in the home village. This thesis investigates these aspects of population mobility in East Java, and in particular migrant-village tie s . The data used are from the National Population Mobility Survey, conducted in eight provinces in...[Show more]
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