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Socio-economic Factors

Causes and Consequences of Migration in India: A Sociological Perspective

Author : Rajakumar Sangappa Sali, Shanta.B.Astige | 2016
Published By: Golden Research Thoughts

To study the process of migration is very important in order to understand it and for overcoming the problems attached with the process of migration. This paper is an attempt to understand the phenomenon of labour migration as migration has become a universal and dynamic process. Recent development has undergone a number of socio-economic changes.

URL : 20161209025844.pdf

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