File(s) not publicly available

Origins and characteristics of migrants in Isere, France

conference contribution
posted on 09.04.2019, 00:00 by Hilary Winchester
The Automatic Interaction Detection technique is used to classify the areas of migrant origin within Isere on the basis of the migration rate and other key factors, thereby providing a framework for examining the characteristics of migrants from these areas to Grenoble, and a comparison with those from the rest of France. -J.Sheail

History

Editor

van der Knapp GA; White PE

Parent Title

Contemporary studies of migration: proceedings of the Second British-Dutch Symposium on Population Geography, Soesterberg, The Netherlands, 14-16 September 1983

Start Page

45

End Page

54

Number of Pages

10

Start Date

14/09/1983

Finish Date

16/09/1983

ISBN-10

0860941922

ISBN-13

9780860941927

Location

Soesterberg, The Netherlands

Publisher

GeoBooks

Place of Publication

Norwich, UK.

Peer Reviewed

Yes

Open Access

No

External Author Affiliations

Plymouth Polytechnic, UK

Era Eligible

No

Name of Conference

2nd British-Dutch Symposium on Population Geography

Usage metrics

CQUniversity

Exports