Migration theories proposed by various disciplines

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1. Introduction

1.1. Thesis statement

1.1.1. Various explanations from different academic disciplines were offered

1.1.2. None of them, alone, offered a theory which is sufficiently wide  to help us grasp the depth and the width of the phenomenon of migration. Reference has to be made to Arango referred to in paper THEORIES AND TYPOLOGIES OF MIGRATION AN OVERVIEW AND A PRIMER by Russel King

1.1.2.1. It is foolish however to disregard all theories. Some of them definitely help us in the construction of a theory explaining the system of forced migration

1.2. Road map

1.2.1. Reference to diagram 2

2. Conclusion

2.1. Clear ackowledgment of the necessity that a unifying theory is necessary to explain migration

2.2. There was the recognition that migration is not only caused by ecoonomic factors but also by other non-economic factors

2.3. This was clearly reiterated by Massey

3. First paragraph

3.1. Argument

3.1.1. International relations through globalization studies was vital in giving us a clear account of what caused forced migration in this millenium

3.2. Reference to diagram 3

3.3. References have to be made to outstanding authors on the matter...latest refworks bibliographic citations have to be referred to.

4. Second paragraph

4.1. Argument

4.1.1. When concened with economic theory one is to make reference to the neoclassical macroeconomic migration and the dual markets theory

4.2. Reference has to be made to Harris and Todaro

4.3. One must refer closely to the work written by Bijak

5. Third paragraph

5.1. Argument

5.1.1. Geography and Cartography the Neoclassical and the push pull theory. These mainly concerned the importance of distance in explaining spatial movements and the gravity theory of migration

5.2. Reference has to be made to Bijak and Bohra-Mishra and Massey

5.2.1. However one has to add reference to Ravenstien's 7 laws

5.3. Reference is to be made to King

6. Fourth paragraph

6.1. Use of history

6.1.1. This resulted in migration theorizing on a grand scale linking changes in migration and mobility behaviour to specific changes in the modernisation process

6.1.1.1. One has to refere to the doctine of Zelinski as described by King in paper THEORIES AND TYPOLOGIES OF MIGRATION AN OVERVIEW AND A PRIMER

7. Fifth paragraph the Historical-Structural Theory which is based on the Marxist theorisation of history and interpretations of capitalism

7.1. Reference is to be made to Piore and Morawska in KIng

8. Sixth paragraph Micro Theories

8.1. Reference to Borjas is to be made and De Jong and Fawcett in Bijak