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Flucht und Migration: Trends, Faktoren, Dynamik

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Dieses Kapitel bietet einen Überblick über aktuelle Entwicklungen in der internationalen Migration und in der Flüchtlingsproblematik. Nahezu alle Länder der Welt sehen sich mit erheblichen Aus- oder Einwanderungsbewegungen konfrontiert. Die meisten Migrant/innen konzentrieren sich jedoch in wenigen Ländern, und ein Großteil der Migrant/innen stammt aus einigen wenigen Auswanderungsländern. Neben einem kurzen demographischen Profil werden die Faktoren und Gründe für Migration diskutiert; in diesem Zusammenhang wird insbesondere auf klima- und umweltinduzierte Migration, verschiedene Wege der Einwanderung, irreguläre Migration und gefährliche Migrationsrouten eingegangen.

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Naujoks, D. (2020). Flucht und Migration: Trends, Faktoren, Dynamik. In: Beier, C., Messner, D., Preuß, HJ. (eds) Globale Wanderungsbewegungen. Springer VS, Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-28237-0_2

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