Inter-state migration and national integration

Gupta, S.K.

Journal of Sociological Studies 8: 59-74

1989


PMID: 12282736
Document Number: 366436
"In this paper an attempt has been made to assess the pattern of social mobilization, and also to identify the heterogeneity profile of the different states of the Indian union." Interstate migration flows are analyzed, and open or hospitable states are compared with insular ones in terms of net migration hospitality ratios. Findings indicate that geographical and cultural proximity of states encourages migration and thus integration. Data are from the 1961 and 1971 national censuses.

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