Simbu and New Ireland migration
Migration processes, in particular circular, chain and step migration, are assumed to be important in many Third World countries. Such assumptions, derived largely from the results from micro-studies, may not be valid for all sectors of the population, and are often based on in-direct evidence rather than direct evidence from longitudinal data. Current assumptions on the operation of migration processes in Papua New Guinea are similarly based, and thus their validity must be open to question....[Show more]
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