The term migration also refers to those moving from one place to another within the same country. For example, in 19th Century Britain there was a mass movement of people from the countryside into the cities, the quantitative evidence presented, (Webber 1899 cited in Dixon and Hinchliffe, 2015, p86) shows that the population of England and Wales almost doubled in the first half of the 19th Century, rising from 9 million to almost 18 million people, a figure that almost doubled again in the second half of the century, with over half of the population living in large towns by the end of the same period
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...perience evidence that fact that the effects of migration are individual, and depend upon the circumstances of each migrant. Some are able to easily form new connections, whilst maintaining links to their culture and homeland, whilst others find it very difficult to feel connected to either their new home,or the place that they have left.
To conclude this essay has looked at a variety of evidence to identify some of the ways in which these disconnections caused by migration can cause new connections, through living and working in new communities, and some of the ways in which new connections can be formed with neighbours and colleagues. It has also defined the concepts of Diaspora and translocalism, and identified the importance of maintaining connections with the history and culture of a place of origin, whilst also forming connections to a new place of residence.
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