INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, HEALTH AND PLACE IN RURAL AND SEMI-RURAL SPAIN. A PRELIMINARY QUALITATIVE APPROACH

Ricard Morén-Alegret, Pau Mota Moya, Àngels Pascual de Sans

Research output: Working paper

Abstract

This is a working paper that aims to share some preliminary research outcomes and reflections on migration, health and place. Building on a fieldwork in various regions in Spain, this working paper offers original qualitative data and innovative insights on the study of both the factors that attract migrants to a place (and encouraging them to remain there) and the factors that hinder this, with special emphasis on factors that are linked to human health. Furthermore, this paper studies foreign immigrants’ perceptions about the relationships between migration, place and health, and it gives a voice to several dozens of personal experiences in little researched and peripheral areas in rural and semi-rural Spain.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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