What Motivates Residential Mobility? Re‐examining Self‐Reported Reasons for Desiring and Making Residential Moves
Understanding why people move home is an important objective for population research. While studies are increasingly examining residential mobility motivations using the reasons reported in social surveys, data constraints and the conceptual legacy of behavioural theories mean that little is known a...
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HOBOKEN WILEY 01.05.2015
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|published in:||Population space and place Vol. 21; no. 4; pp. 354 - 371|
|Data of publication:||May 2015|
The data used in this paper were made available through the ESRC Data Archive. The data were originally collected by the ESRC Research Centre on Micro‐Social Change at the University of Essex (now incorporated within the Institute for Social and Economic Research). Neither the original collectors of the data nor the Archive bear any responsibility for the analyses or interpretations presented here.
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