Is migration kin structured?

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Social & Behavioral Science
Department Anthropology
Creator Rogers, Alan R.
Other Author Manderscheid, Elisabeth J.; Brannan, James A.
Title Is migration kin structured?
Date 1994
Description We estimate the strength of kin-structured migration in six human populations (five from New Guinea and one from Finland) and in one population of nonhuman primates. We also test the hypothesis that migration is not kin structured by generating a sampling distribution of the estimator under the null hypothesis of independent random migration. We are unable to detect a statistically significant level of kin-structured migration in any population. However, five of our six human populations were from Papua New Guinea, and we cannot dismiss the possibility that migration is kin structured in other parts of the world.
Type Text
Publisher Wayne State University Press
Volume 66
Issue 1
First Page 49
Last Page 57
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Manderscheid, E. J., Brannan, J. A., & Rogers, A. R. (1994). Is migration kin structured? Human Biology, 66(1), 49-57.
Rights Management (c)Wayne State University Press
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2021-05-06
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Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6708jt3
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