Migration as part of the population change Types, definitions, patterns and causes Internal Migration External Migration Theories / Models of Migration Controls on immigration by governments
A term which include both migration and circulation. MIGRABILITY: How likely is a person to migrate.
Movement of people across specific boundary, national or international to establish new place of residence lasting not less than one year
Moving with a time-scale Less than a year Semi-permanent change of residence Daily commuting
MIGRATION CIRCULATORY MOVEMENT Movement of people Moving with a time-scale across specific boundary, Less than a year national or international Semi-permanent change to establish new place of of residence residence Daily commuting lasting not less than one year
IN-MIGRATION – e.g. Temburong to BSB IMMIGRATION – e.g. foreigner coming to a country OUT-MIGRATION – e.g London to Wales EMIGRATION- people moving out of a country NET MIGRATION – the difference between emigration and immigration