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Student
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Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Thomas harold Espy iv
Sequence Analysis of the Migration Biographies of Russians
Population and Development
(Master’s programme)
2017
This study applies a particular life-course approach, that is, the sequence-analytical approach, to examine the migration biographies of Russians. The research looks at data from the Person, Family, Society (PFS) survey, conducted in 2013 by RANEPA. Within the study, exploratory data analysis, event history analysis, and sequence analysis are used to better understand the PFS data, find out the factors of migration and the position of migration in the Russian life course, and assess at which stage of the Zelinsky mobility transition model Russia is.

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