Volume : X, Issue : VI, June - 2020

Repercussions of deserted family members of migrants: A Case Study of Madhya Pradesh

Dr. Priyanka Gupta

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Among all the elements related to migration, the labour migration for employment which comprises of more than 70% of total migration worldwide is very complex. Streams differ in duration, origin, destination and migrant characteristics. Economic and social impact on migrants and their families are variable. Due to migration, the left out families consisting of women, children and old aged people has to go through lots of positive and negative impacts. Problems aggravate, when there is absence of any male member within the household, as it effects their decision making also. Migration often involves longer working hours, poor living and working conditions, poor access to basic amenities and social isolation. However, because of lack of data, migration is largely invisible and ignored by policy makers. There is a large gap between the insights from macro data and those from field studies. The analysis is based on 2011 data

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REPERCUSSIONS OF DESERTED FAMILY MEMBERS OF MIGRANTS: A CASE STUDY OF MADHYA PRADESH, Dr. Priyanka Gupta INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH : Volume-10 | Issue-6 | June-2020


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