Aleshkovsky, I. A.; Iontsev, V. A.; Ivakhnyuk, I.
August 2014
Value Inquiry Book Series;2014, Vol. 276, p333
Academic Journal
The article discusses the concept of migration which refers to the movement of people across boundaries of any territories. Topics discussed include the impact of internal migration and international migration on population, nonreturnable and returnable migration, factors that resulted to forced migration, refugee as persons forced to leave their place of constant residence and the phenomenon of globalization of the processes of migration.


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