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Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration
Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration
Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration
Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration
Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration
Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration
Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration
Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration
Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration
Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration
Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration
Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration
Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration
Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration
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Geography - Ravenstein's Laws of Migration

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  • 1. Ravenstein’sLaws of Migration
  • 2. 1885
  • 3. The majority of migrants go only a short distance.
  • 4. Migration proceeds step by step.
  • 5. Migrants going long distancesgenerally go by preference to one of the great centres of commerce or industry.
  • 6. Each current of migrationproduces a compensating counter-current.
  • 7. Natives of towns are lessmigratory than those of rural areas.
  • 8. Females are more migratory than males within the kingdom of their birth, but males more frequently venture beyond.
  • 9. Most migrants are adults:families rarely migrate out of their country of birth.
  • 10. Large towns grow more bymigration than by natural increase.
  • 11. Migration increases involume as industries and commerce develop and transport improves.
  • 12. The major direction of migration is from theagricultural areas to thecentres of industry and commerce.
  • 13. The major causes ofmigration are economic.
  • 14. Sources:scotsinlondon.wordpress.com/laws-of-migration/ www.csiss.org/classics/content/90

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