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Migration in the Circumpolar North : issues and contexts

Author: Lee Huskey; Chris Southcott; Canadian Circumpolar Institute.; University of the Arctic.
Publisher: [Edmonton] : CCI Press, ©2010.
Series: Occasional publication series (Canadian Circumpolar Institute), no. 64.
Edition/Format:   Print book : CD for computer : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Migration has played a signifi cant role in development throughout the circumpolar north. It has affected the size and demographic composition of Arctic communities and has infl uenced the public and private services provided to the residents of these communities. Global change will affect the population of the north as the arctic and its resources are of interest to the world economy. Understanding migration will
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Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lee Huskey; Chris Southcott; Canadian Circumpolar Institute.; University of the Arctic.
ISBN: 9781896445489 1896445489
OCLC Number: 648387921
Notes: Papers presented at Migration in the Circumpolar North Lessons Learned, Questions Remaining, a workshop held in June 2007 at the University of Roskilde in Denmark.
Co-published by the University of the Arctic.
Accompanied by CD-ROM in jewel case.
Description: x, 220 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm + 1 CD-ROM.
Contents: Footprints: demographic effects of out-migration / Lawrence C. Hamilton --
The complex geography of native migration in Arctic Alaska / Lee Huskey and Lance Howe --
Migration in the Canadian Arctic: an introduction / Chris Southcott --
Migration and population change in the Russian far north in the 1990s / Timothy Heleniak --
Impacts of regional labour market changes on migration trends: research examples from Norway / Lasse Sigbjørn Stambøl --
Determinants of migration in northern Sweden: exploring intraregional differences in migration processes / Olle Westerlund --
Migration and population dynamics in the regions of Finland: special analysis of Lapland / Elli Heikkilä and Maria Pikkarainen --
Who moves and why: stylized facts about Iñupiat migration in Alaska / Stephanie Martin --
Migration and socio-economic well-being in the Russian North: interrelations, regional differentiation, recent trends, and emerging issues / Tatiana Vlasova and Andrey N. Petrov --
How the north became home: attachment to place among industrial migrants in Murmansk Region / Alla Bolotova and Florian Stammler.
Series Title: Occasional publication series (Canadian Circumpolar Institute), no. 64.
Responsibility: Lee Huskey and Chris Southcott, editors.

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"Migration has played a signifi cant role in development throughout the circumpolar north. It has affected the size and demographic composition of Arctic communities and has infl uenced the public and private services provided to the residents of these communities. Global change will affect the population of the north as the arctic and its resources are of interest to the world economy. Understanding migration will provide a foundation for anticipating the demographic future of the region.

This book provides an introduction to the study of migration in the circumpolar north, a region that includes the northern parts of eight Arctic nations (Caanda, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Greenland and the US). The Norths in each of these eight countries share certain demographic and environmental characteristics as well as an economic base dependent on natural resource production. In much of the north, indigenous populations continue to practice place-specifi c traditional economic activities. This volume provides the reader with an overview of the causes and consequences of migration behavior in the northern regions of most Arctic countries and discusses policy issues that arise from the recent northern migration experience.

The chapters provide an opportunity to explore the northern experience through a representative selection of research from various disciplines and regions. The divergent institutional, economic, and policy histories in similar environmental circumstances suggest that much can be learned by comparing and contrasting the migration experience around the circumpolar north. The lessons learned can be useful to both academics and policy makers interested in the north and its communities."--Pub. desc.

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