MIGRATIONS FROM RURAL TO CITY IN CONTEXT DIFFERENCE OF DEVELOPMENT AND CAUSE-AND-EFFECT RELATIONSHIP: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS AT TRA2 REGION IN TURKEY
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Development distinction between regions and countries is the most essential triggering element of migration. Migration arising from wills related to living in better economic conditions, getting better education, getting better health services and generally living at higher socioeconomic welfare level bring out several consequences for both places left and recently settled. Social disorder and economic instability occur when public services halt, welfare level starts to decrease in populated areas and therewith social and economic levels decrease in areas left. These problems should be solved at base for carrying out practices directed to stop migration. General social and economic policies necessary for stopping migration and remigration should be determined and in this framework national and international implementation should be made. In this study, causes and effects on immigrants of migration have been analyzed and evaluations about possible practices for remigration have been made by using primary data.
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