Population Migrations 1 (NOD31O1)
- Level of study undergraduate studies
Ph.D. Danica Šantić
- Subject status: obligatory
- ECTS: 6
- Semester: V
- Number of classes: 2+2
The aim of this course is to introduce students with traditional and contemporary theoretical and methodological approaches, to provide students knowledge of methods and techniques in migration research; to introduce students to observe demographic, economic, social and other determinants of migration phenomenon.
By the end of the course, students will gain a strong understanding of the ways in which contemporary migrations shape and are shaped around the world; In-depth knowledge of international migration theories; Familiarity with the evolution of migration patterns over time. Detailed knowledge about qualitative and quantitative differences in migration patterns around the world.
Introduction & Basic framework, Objective, goals and importance of studying the spatial mobility; Migrant types, migration typologies; Theories of internal and international migration; Terminology, main characteristics and sources; Contemporary methodological approach in analysis of migration phenomenon considering censuses, demographic and migration statistics, and population registers; Methods and techniques in researching the migration scope and flows and net migration; Migration selectivity according to demographic, economic, social and other characteristics; Main migration determinants; Migration and processes of deagrarization, urbanization, social and overall spatial transformation; Historical aspects of population mobility in Balkan Peninsula; The expression ‘’metanastazička kretanja’’ and their causes and consequences; Influence of migration on population origin and composition of population in Balkan.
Overview of different types of spatial mobility, Methodological guidelines for examine migration patterns from different statistical data sources; Examples of using some methodological procedures in migration research; Review of selected anthropogeographical studies on migration patterns; Methodology of writing the seminar; Presentation of seminar; Visits to statistical and various institutions who are collecting migration data. Visits to IOM and Commissariat for refugees and migration offices.
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