Regresso e circulação de emigrantes portugueses no início do século XXI

  • Oliveira I
  • Candeias P
  • Peixoto J
  • et al.
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<span>This text’s main objective is to assess the importance of the return of Portuguese emigrants in 2001-2011, in the light of the number of people who came back, their sociodemographic profiles, the variations in the countries they came from, and the emergence of new forms of mobility. A more particular goal is to produce a typology of forms of return: some more associated with the traditional view of people emigrating when they are of working age and coming home in the retirement phase of their lives; others that suggest movements of a different type, with earlier returns while the returnee is still working. The authors also look at how an increase in complex mobility patterns can lead to a different pattern of returns. Recent data reveal some of the new mobility formats, including a growing trend towards circulation.</span>

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Oliveira, I. T. de, Candeias, P., Peixoto, J., Azevedo, J., & Malheiros, J. M. (2016). Regresso e circulação de emigrantes portugueses no início do século XXI. Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas, 2016(81). https://doi.org/10.7458/spp2016817155

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