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Village, town and migration in Zaire: a socio-psychological investigation into the escape from the country sub-region Tshopo to the town of Kisangani


, : Village, town and migration in Zaire: a socio-psychological investigation into the escape from the country sub-region Tshopo to the town of Kisangani. Arbeitspapiere, Forschungschwerpunkt Entwicklungssoziologie, Universitat Bielefeld (63): 49

Translated from the French in a shortened version, this study aims to find reasons for migration. A multi-disciplinary approach is chosen and the individual is seen in relation to his environment which is often determined by a larger system. Research strategy included two samples: one in the village, one in town. The groups were asked open questions and answers were evaluated, showing how aspects of different village problems interrelate and determine migration.

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