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Migration, health, and development /
editors, S. Lahiri, B. Paswan, and K.C. Das.
imprint
Jaipur : Rawat Publications, c2011.
description
xxii, 434 p. : maps ; 22 cm.
ISBN
9788131603987
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imprint
Jaipur : Rawat Publications, c2011.
isbn
9788131603987
general note
"International Institute for Population Sciences."
Includes statistical tables.
abstract
Selected papers on population, internal migration, and reproductive health of the population presented at the International Conference on Emerging Population Issues in the Asia-Pacific Region: Challenges for the 21st Century on 10-13, December, 2006 at International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai.
catalogue key
9087494
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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Selected papers on population, internal migration, and reproductive health of the population presented at the International Conference on Emerging Population Issues in the Asia-Pacific Region: Challenges for the 21st Century on 10-13, December, 2006 at International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai.
Main Description
Migration, health, and development are considered to be the three interrelated issues in the present development scenario. This book, which examines the linkages between these three areas, is based on the analysis of both micro and macro data drawn from censuses, large sample surveys, and field studies primarily conducted in Asian countries, with special emphasis on India. With 20 research papers thematically arranged into five sections - Migration and Urbanization; Population, Development, and Environment; Ageing; Demography of Ethnic Groups; and Population Policies and Programs - the book promises to be of immense value for social scientists, including population scientists, urban and regional planners, policy makers, and administrators.

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