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Title: Mapping foreign immigration in Spain (1998–2018). Trends and spatial patterns
Authors: Parreño Castellano, Juan Manuel 
Moreno Medina, Claudio Jesús 
Domínguez Mujica, Josefina 
Santana Rivero, Cecilia
UNESCO Clasification: 540302 Demogeografía
Keywords: Economic Crisis
Foreign Immigration
Foreign Ratio
Location Coefficient
Multivariate Analysis, et al
Issue Date: 2021
Project: Vivienda y movilidad internacional en las ciudades insulares. La aparición de nuevas formas de desigualdad urbana. 
Journal: Journal of Maps 
Abstract: The last 20 years of sociodemographic history in Spain cannot be interpreted without considering the impact of foreign immigration, numerous publications have shown. The aim of this article is to contribute a clear spatial representation of migrants in Spain by combining statistical and mapping methods. Maps showing the rate of variation of immigrant populations point to the existence of an uneven distribution around Spain, during both the period of economic growth and the years when migratory flows waned. On the other hand, the immigrant clusters show that certain geographic areas in Spain attract specific groups; the extent of their presence can be seen on density maps based on location coefficients. In short, this article provides an understanding of foreign immigration in Spain, which other approaches have not achieved.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/77319
DOI: 10.1080/17445647.2020.1866700
Source: Journal of Maps [EISSN 1744-5647], v. 17(1), p. 78-83, (Enero 2021)
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