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date: 02 March 2024

Migration. 

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The Oxford Encyclopedia Women in World History
Author(s):
Christiane HarzigChristiane Harzig

Around the world migration has always been part of history. It is an essential aspect of human and societal development, though it is a phenomenon often associated with industrialization or globalization or both. Migration has a profound impact on those who stay behind, those who leave, and those who are met upon arrival. Migration is part of warfare and conflict, of agricultural routines and industrial development, of family cycles and personal life courses.... ...

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