Local migration in developing-world settings, particularly among rural populations, is an important yet understudied demographic process. Research on migration in such populations can help us test and inform anthropological and demographic theory. Furthermore, it can lead to a better understanding of modern population distributions and epidemiologic landscapes.
Parker, Daniel M.; Wood, James W.; Tomita, Shinsuke; DeWitte, Sharon; Jennings, Julia; and Cui, Liwang, "Household ecology and out-migration among ethnic Karen along the Thai-Myanmar border" (2014). Anthropology Faculty Scholarship. 5.
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