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Migration and reintegration in rural Turkey

Adviye Azmaz

Migration and reintegration in rural Turkey

the role of women behind

by Adviye Azmaz

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Published by Edition Herodot in Göttingen .
Written in English

  • Turkey.
    • Subjects:
    • Women in rural development -- Turkey.,
    • Return migration -- Turkey.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementAdviye Azmaz.
      SeriesSozialökonomische Schriften zur ruralen Entwicklung,, Bd. 51 = Socio-economic studies on rural development, 0175-2464 ; v. 51, Sozialökonomische Schriften zur ruralen Entwicklung ;, Bd. 51.
      ContributionsUniversität Göttingen. Institut für Rurale Entwicklung.
      LC ClassificationsHQ1240.5.T87 A96 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination253 p. :
      Number of Pages253
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2105963M
      ISBN 103886940519
      LC Control Number88157127

      major factor was the rural-urban migration (especially the youths) which involves the shifting of labour force from the areas to urban centres, in search for employment, better standard of living and freedom of religion. One of the consequences of rural-urban migration is shortage of File Size: KB. Fund for Rural Development MIGRANT AND REFUGEE INTEGRATION PROJECTS BROCHURE. Without judgement on broader migration policy questions, the brochure aims to provide a picture of The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development European Network for Rural Development Funded by the ENFile Size: 1MB. The International Organization for Migration (IOM) conducts and supports research designed to guide and inform migration policy and practice. The Migration Research Division (MRD) based in IOM Headquarters within the Department of International Cooperation and Partnerships has the institutional responsibility for overseeing the conduct and management of applied research on "mainstream. WE Azmaz, A. Migration of Turkish "Gastarbeiters" of rural origin and the contribution to development in Turkey, Sozialoekonomische Schriften zur Agrarentwicklung, 37 (SaarbrUcken, Verlag Breitenbach, ), p. Research report examining the impact of rural migrant worker return migration on rural development and economic development in.

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