2 edition of Internal migration, socio-economic status, and health found in the catalog.
Internal migration, socio-economic status, and health
Charles H. Teller
|Series||Dissertation series (Cornell University. Latin American Studies Program) -- no. 41|
|LC Classifications||HN160 S24 T44|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||302|
The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. Incorporated as a not-for-profit foundation in , and headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, the Forum is tied to no political, partisan or national interests. Lu, Y () Internal migration, international migration, and physical growth of left-behind children: a study of two settings. Health Pl –
The economic effects of migration vary widely. Sending countries may experience both gains and losses in the short term but may stand to gain over the longer term. For receiving countries temporary worker programs help to address skills shortages but may decrease domestic wages and add to . The existing literature on internal migration and health and well-being in China has mainly focused on the following three areas; infectious diseases such as tuberculosis, maternal health, and.
The majority of studies on migration and health relate to external migration, i.e. between different countries and cultures. The role of immigration on morbidity and mortality has been thoroughly studied in various settings [11,12], but studies of health effects related to internal migration, i.e. within the borders of a country, are much rarer. This book is the first comprehensive study of international health worker-migration and -recruitment from the perspective of global governance, policy and politics. Covering 70 years of history of the development of this global policy field, this book presents new and previously unpublished data, ba.
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Institutional impacts on health status were largely indirect, as manifested partly through self-selective mechanisms of migration and partly through socio-economic stratification socio-economic status urban society. Nevertheless, institutional arrangements had salient direct impacts on individuals' access to health resources, which were robust even after Cited by: 3.
Internal migration, socio-economic status, and health: access to medical care in a Honduran city. Internal Migration and Socio-Economic Status of Migrants: A Study in Sylhet City, Bangladesh Article (PDF Available) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Background. China had million internal migrants in and the majority of them migrated from rural to urban areas. The research based on medical and epidemical records found that the migrants had worse health than the urban residents, but the household and working place investigations reported better health by: China had million internal migrants in and the majority of them migrated from rural to urban areas.
The research based on Internal migration and epidemical records found that the migrants had worse health than the urban residents, but the household and working place investigations reported better health status.
The sick or unhealthy migrants are likely to return to their hometowns, which in Cited by: The socio-economic impacts of migration holds; however, international migration on short-term contracts has a greater potential to reduce poverty as wage differential is much higher in foreign destina- health services and education, open to exploitation.
in cities. Lu Y. Rural-urban migration and health: evidence from longitudinal data in Indonesia. Social Science and Medicine. ; – [PMC free article] McKenzie D.
Beyond remittances: the effects of migration on Mexican households. In: Ozden C, Schiff M, editors. International migration, remittances and the brain drain. – Migration is now a global phenomenon with close to million international migrants (UNDESA, ) and an estimated million internal migrants on the move (IOM, ), and must be recognized as a social determinant of health; mobility not only impacts upon an individual’s physical vulnerability, but also on mental and social well-being.
Migration and Health 17 2. Developments in Migration Policy 18 National, Regional and International 18 National 18 Regional 21 International 21 3. Migration and Development 28 Migrant Remittances 30 Poverty and Development Impacts 31 “Brain Drain” 34 4.
Human Rights of Migrants 40 Growing International Attention 40 Civil Society But large income gaps cannot produce migration flows unless other conditions are present.
The second thing that has changed since the s is much greater awareness of these income gaps. This is, as recently documented by Andrew Clark and Claudia Senik, not only the product of globalization itself (TV, internet and social media).
Individual life style factors, social and community influences, living and working conditions, general socio-economic, cultural and environmental conditions determine the heath of individuals. These social determinants of health are mostly responsible for health inequalities and.
To begin with, socioeconomic status, including objective income and subjective economic feeling, was the most significant factor associated with internal migrants’ health status, but IMs tended to be in lower social economic status than residents because of institutional exclusion and deficiency in social capital.
Gender, socio-economic status, family, and community support were important factors that may determine the direction of changes in health statuses in the process of acculturation [18–20]. For example, immigrants living in communities with stronger social support had better mental health and occupational rehabilitation [ 21, 22 ].
Internal migration has been a key driver of socio‐economic and demographic change in China over the past four decades. During the s, the economic reform created new and better wage opportunities in the expanding eastern coastal cities, attracting labourers from impoverished rural areas (Fan, ).
Both external and internal displacement is rising across the world, particularly due to conflicts and natural disasters, but also related to socio-economic factors. 1,2 The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) estimates that currently around 27 million people are internally displaced in the world.
3 Refugees and asylum seekers have. Select Distance of Migration and Socio-Economic Status of Migrants* Internal Migration in Sweden and Intervening Opportunities. Pages Select Family, Migration, and Industrialization in Japan* and motivation for migration.
This book is comprised of 16 chapters and opens by outlining types of migration according to the. The health effects of rural-urban migration in Africa have been documented [3–5], and this category of internal migration still accounts for the majority of internal migratory movements.
However, the emerging evidence is that internal migration patterns and their health effects have varied across the sub-continent [ 6, 7 ]. Mental health status is fundamental to overall health and well-being but most studies on the relationship between migration and mental health status deal with international migration and neglects.
Socio-economic conditions and health status according to the matrix of sex/social class/migration type. Predicted probabilities at age 45 obtained from logistic regression models.
In less than good health, the two columns of the same colour represent data from the. • Migrants and refugees having difficulty accessing health services key entry points and recommendations to integrate migration in the socio-economic response to COVID in practice.
• Part 3 – Tools for Integrating Migration: provides a set of tools Internal migration is beyond the formal scope but referenced in some of the tool. About this journal. International Migration Review is an interdisciplinary journal created to encourage and facilitate the study of all aspects of sociodemographic, historical, economic, political, legislative, spatial, social, and cultural aspects of human mobility.
It is internationally regarded as the principal journal in the field facilitating the study of human migration, ethnic group.We found that migration can greatly improve socio-economic status through increases in income or consumption but can also be detrimental to the health status and emotional well-being of migrants and/or their extended families.
Keywords: Migration, selection, non-linear instrumental variables, consumption, socio-economic mobility, health, education.nutritional status of children and mothers by age sex, area of residence and socio-economic status.
It also provides information on underlying determinants of malnutrition including house-hold food security, caring and breast feeding practices, health, environment, maternal and child health care services. Gender Statistics.