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Florin Mihai ILIESCU, The causes of migration in the history of humanity

Florin Mihai ILIESCU
PhD. candidate, University of Craiova, Faculty of Orthodox Theology, Romania;
E-mail: edmond99@yahoo.com

Published on December 4, 2018

Abstract
Migration is a phenomenon practiced by people from ancient times. Human migration is the cause of its manifestation. The desire to live a rich life, man’s need to protect his life and his safety in the world are just some of the main causes of this phenomenon. These and many others cause the citizen of this planet to migrate to safer sight. Always man will manifest his freedom with which he has been left to move wherever he goes well.

Keywords
migration, causes, citizens, demography, society.

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