|PDF Title :||Encyclopedia of Geography Terms, Themes and Concepts|
|Total Page :||428 Pages|
|Author:||Reuel R. Hanks|
|PDF Size :||2.8 MB|
|PDF Link :||Available|
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A theory that attempts to identify the motivational factors that drive migration. The concept was introduced by Everett Lee in his article, “ATheory of Migration,” first published in 1966, in which Lee attempted to codify the various considerations that a potential migrant might take into account as a basis for relocation.
Lee based his ideas on the earlier work of Ernest Ravenstein, a British geographer who in the late 19th century articulated a series of “laws” of migration. Ravenstein was the first scholar in the industrial age to attempt a systematic study of migratory flows, both within countries and across international boundaries.
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