Internal migration: Geographical perspectives and processes

Darren P. Smith*, Nissa Finney, Keith Halfacree, Nigel Walford

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    Abstract

    Over the last two decades there have been numerous profound changes in UK society which have had an impact on the scale, geographies, meaning and experiences of internal migration. Providing a critical appraisal of migration scholarship from the perspective of Geography, reviewing theory, substantive foci and method, this book demonstrates how sub-national migration in the UK gives rise to and reflects new patterns of population, housing, economies and cultures. Each chapter is written by a Population Geographer together with a scholar representing another Human Geography sub-discipline thus providing a cross-disciplinary perspective on a specific aspect of migration. Critically reviewing and setting an agenda for internal migration scholarship from a spatial perspective, this book will be of interest to academics and students of Geography and other disciplines concerned with migration, both within the UK and further afield.

    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherTaylor and Francis
    Number of pages234
    ISBN (Electronic)9781317114529
    ISBN (Print)9781315589275
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 9 Mar 2016

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