Population migration and the elderly

Ontario 1971-1981
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Dept. of Geography, University of Guelph , [Guelph, Ont.]
Migration, Internal -- Ontario., Older people -- Ont
StatementFredric A. Dahms.
SeriesOccasional papers in geography -- no. 9, Occasional papers in geography (University of Guelph. Dept. of Geography) -- no. 9
ContributionsUniversity of Guelph. Dept. of Geography.
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LC ClassificationsHB1990 O5 D34 1987
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Paginationi, 64 p. :
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Open LibraryOL14666605M
ISBN 100889550611

Elderly population migration, protection of the Theoretical and Empirical Analysis (Paperback) (Chinese) JP Oversized – January 1, by ZI MING ZHU (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from JP Oversized, January 1, Author: ZI MING ZHU. Elderly migration and population redistribution: A comparative study Hardcover – January 1, by Andrei Rogers (Editor) See all 2 formats and editions Hide Format: Hardcover. The fact that elderly care sectors around the world need to recruit staff if they are to handle the growing number of older people that will need their services is also something that has been discussed when population ageing and the globalisation of international migration have been debated.

The elderly care sector’s reliance on people with Cited by: 7. The book is organized into three parts: a) the importance that societal contexts (conceptualized in terms of migration regimes and elderly care regimes) play in thinking about the intersection of aging and migration in different countries (as is the case in Part I); b) results from empirical studies focusing on older migrants specifically and.

Migration and elderly people For a country with a population of only 5 mln people, this is huge. No wonder that migration in Kyrgyzstan started attracting the interests of many scholars and policy makers. Several studies have already been conducted that explore different sides of.

Rogers A, Woodward J () The sources of regional elderly population growth: migration and aging-in-place. Prof Geogr 40(4)– CrossRef Google Scholar Rogers A, Frey W, Rees P, Speare A, Warnes A (eds) () Elderly migration and population redistribution: a comparative study.

The impact of aging on the scale of migration Older people migrate less than young, yet with population aging, mobility of elderly and specialized workers may increase Keywords: migration, population aging, elderly migration keY FinDinGS Source: [1], Figurep.

Moving from different state %. Clark, R.L. &Wolf, D.A. "Proximity of children and elderly migration" in Andrei Rogers (ed.). Elderly migration and population redistribution. London: Belhaven Press. Clifford, W., et al.

"Residential mobility and living arrangement among the elderly: changing patterns in metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas". There is relatively little research on migration and ageing, especially on the situations of older persons in south-south migration and the social costs of older persons left behind by migrants.

Studies on scrutinizing policy responses to later-life migration are essential to reach the furthest behind first (UNFPA, ). J — The U.S. Census Bureau today released estimates showing the nation’s and-older population has grown rapidly sincedriven by the aging of Baby Boomers born between and The and-older population grew by over a third (% or 13,) during the past decade, and by % (1,) from to   This population consists of two main groups: individuals who migrated as labour migrants during the mass-migration flows, who then aged in the host country, and individuals who migrated in older age for either family, amenity, or other reasons (Warnes et al.

; Warnes and Williams ; White ). The current chapter examines ageism. Another dimension of health worker migration is its relationship to health equity. Because many so-called "source countries" have higher burdens of disease and suffer from lower health care worker-to-population ratios than do destination countries, and often more rapidly growing aging populations, the migration of care workers is deepening.

Get this from a library. Population migration and the elderly: Ontario [Fred Dahms; University of Guelph. Department of Geography.]. International migration is a central feature of the contemporary world.

The fifth edition of this leading text has been substantially revised to provide an up-to-date and comprehensive assessment of the nature, extent and dimensions of international population movements, as well as of their consequences. Taking full account of the latest developments, including the impact of the global.

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The migration of elderly people from cities to the coast is an increasing trend which will stretch the resources of small communities to the limit, says. An International Elderly Migration Project conducted in the late s enabled Rogers and a network of international scholars to assess this model of elderly migration and population redistribution.

Rogers et al. () report countries classified by stages, with the United Kingdom clearly in the final stage, the United States approaching it. Inpopulation increased in about 56 percent of all counties, and fell in the remaining 44 percent. However, of the 68 counties classified as ‘large central metro’ in the NCHS Urban-Rural Classification Scheme, fully 75 percent (51 counties) experienced population growth indespite the fact that only 52 percent (35 counties) had positive net migration (domestic + international.

Special section on "The Intersection of Population Aging and International Migration", Guest Edited by Sandra Torres and Allen Glicksman select article Introduction: Expanding the gerontological imagination through the study of older migrants.

Population Policy. Population policies are primarily a response to the anticipated consequences of fertility and mortality, and secondarily to internal and international migration that also modify the size, age composition, and regional distribution of the population.

From: Handbook of Development Economics, Related terms: Developing. Maine’s population grows is through migration. In fact, Maine has seen an acceleration in in-migration recently, with net domestic migration of +5, in Even more encouraging, the two age groups with the most in-migration to Maine in were and year olds.

Population - Population - Migration: Since any population that is not closed can be augmented or depleted by in-migration or out-migration, migration patterns must be considered carefully in analyzing population change. The common definition of human migration limits the term to permanent change of residence (conventionally, for at least one year), so as to distinguish it from commuting and.

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The U.S. elderly immigrant population rose from million in to million ina 70 percent increase in 20 years (see figure). This issue of Today’s Research on Aging reviews recent research examining older immigrants in the United States, conducted by National Institute on Aging (NIA)-supported researchers and others.

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The size and age composition of a population are determined jointly by three demographic processes: fertility, mortality and migration.

All regions have experienced substantial increases in life. The increasing number of elderly and functional difficulties to stay active, contributing also to hinder, an aging population, care for the environment, which in theory leads to a. The topic about the impact of migration on the elderly is much more interesting in the context of China.

Over the course of the last several decades, along with the fundamental social and economic changes in China, two major demographic transformations are simultaneously in rapid progress, i.e., population aging and migration.

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The population structure of the UK has changed since as a result of low birth and death rates, together with migration into and out of the country.

The population pyramid above shows these. The book gives an academic overview over the various aspects of migration. Topics include theories of Migration, the effects of migration on labor, politics, and society and an overview of the different regions of the world.

It is well researched and comprehensive and provides an extensive bibliography for further research/5(22). In general, the lower the levels of fertility, mortality, and migration, the older the population will become.

It should be stressed that if infant and younger-adult mortality rates remain relatively low for a prolonged time, as has been the case in most developed countries for many decades, changes in life expectancy at older ages become.

Japan has the highest proportion of elderly citizens of any country in the world. The country is experiencing a "super-aging" society both in rural and urban areas. According to estimates, % of the Japanese population is above the age of 60, % are aged 65 or above, and % are aged 75 or above.

People aged 65 and older in Japan make up a quarter of its total population. This report discusses projected changes in the U.S.

population and summarizes results from the U.S. Census Bureau’s National Population Projections. It focuses on as a demographic turning point for the United States, but explores broader changes in the age, race, and ethnic composition of the population from to Migration is about the movement of people from place to place.

There are usually push factors and pull factors at work. Find out more about the reasons behind the trends and migration policy.Studies of migration and depression tend to focus on migrants moving from developing and restructuring countries to industrialised ones and rarely consider links between migrants and their households of origin.

1 However, internal migration within low- and middle-income countries, especially young adults moving from rural to urban areas, is a major feature of global population change.