Moving-on From a Rural Parish: a Multidisciplinary Longitudinal Study of Population Trends and Migration in an Area of the English-Welsh Borderland.

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Maund, David;
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This study is about migration and aims to analyse the complexities which underlie the movement of people in time and space. There are three major interdependent elements essential to such a study – data, a context and longitudinal time scale. The study commences with a ... View more
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