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Abstract

Abstract

When a person migrates from one country to another, it is not just the individual who is affected but a whole family. While migration can bring benefits, including economic advantages, often it means that families are separated, putting relationships under strain and forcing those left behind to take on new roles and responsibilities. Therefore it is important for those concerned with drawing up policy on international migration and development to understand the dynamics of households involved in and affected by migration. Traditionally, though, migration policy strategies have not adopted a family perspective.

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2013-03-01
2019-11-17
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