Taking the life course as the central concern, the authors set out a conceptual framework and define some key research questions for a programme of research that explores how the linked lives of mobile people are situated in time–space within the economic, social, and cultural structures of contemporary society. Drawing on methodologically innovative techniques, these perspectives can offer new insights into the changing nature and meanings of migration across the life course.
|Journal||Population, Space and Place|
|Early online date||28 Apr 2015|
|Publication status||Published - May 2015|
- residential mobility
- life course
- linked lives