2 edition of Residential mobility in Nigerian cities found in the catalog.
Residential mobility in Nigerian cities
D. C. I. Okpala
by Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research in Ibadan
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 30-31.
|Statement||by D.C.I. Okpala.|
|Series||NISER monograph series ;, no. 10, N.I.S.E.R. monograph series ;, no. 10.|
|LC Classifications||HD7288.92.N6 O37 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||82195511|
1. Author(s): Okpala,D C Title(s): Residential mobility in Nigerian cities: an exploratory analysis/ D.C. Okpala. Country of Publication: Nigeria Publisher: Ibadan, Nigeria, Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research [NISER], Especially in immigrant dense parts of cities. The central theme(s) of the Working Group encompass the causes and consequences of residential mobility and migration and the mobility process itself. The working group focuses on how housing markets, the neighbourhood and the urban systems influence and are influenced by population mobility, and.
Residential moves are made within the highly stratified residential landscapes found in most American cities, and most moves lead families into aggregate flows of mobility that reinforce the larger structure of racial and ethnic inequality in the city or metropolitan area as a whole. The motives and forms of urbanization in most African cities differ from those of the planned cities, characteristics of Western countries (Fay & Opal, ; Fox, ; Hope, ). The consequence of this type of urbanization is a high slum proliferation, making slums the dominant residential land-use type (Hofmann, Taubenbock, & Werthmann.
Ethnoreligious Urban Violence and Residential Mobility in Nigerian Cities: The Kaduna Experience. Article. Full-text available. Mar ; Samuel Danjuma Wapwera. Jiriko Kefas Gajere. Book Description. This book offers the reader a comprehensive understanding and the multitude of methods utilized in the research of urban mobilities with cities and ‘the urban’ as its pivotal axis. It covers theories and concepts for scholars and researchers to understand, observe and analyse the world of .
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This paper seeks to examine the ethnoreligious urban violence and residential mobility in the city of Kaduna with a view to make recommendations towards ameliorating its effects by evaluating the causal factors fueling the crisis and examining the pattern and direction of the residential mobility in the city.
The sources of data were both primary and by: 1. The observed residential mobility rates in the study area were explained by six latent variates that cumulatively accounted for % of the total variance. Regression analyses showed that a number of family lifecycle and household contextual factors were significant predictors of residential mobility Residential mobility in Nigerian cities book Cited by: 1.
Ethnoreligious Urban Violence and Residential Mobility in Nigerian Cities: The Kaduna Experience Article (PDF Available) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Ethnoreligious Urban Violence and Residential Mobility in Nigerian Cities: The Kaduna Experience (dwelling unit) mobility in Nigerian cities.
Kaduna, from ture, books, journals,and case studies amongst others, onCited by: 1. Okpala D.C.I (), Residential Mobility in Nigerian Cities. An Exploratory Analysis. NISER Monograph Series No. 10, NISER, Ibadan. Olatubara, C.O. () The Dynamics of Households’ Residential Choice in Nigeria. The 15th Faculty Lecture, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Ibadan : Adedokun Olutoyin Moses, Francis Tambiyi.
The outward residential mobility pattern depicted is as a result of factors other than those stipulated by Burgess. These results are of importance for the planning of the city. Introduction Very little work has so far been carried out on residential mobility in Nigerian cities.
A major contribution to the theory of residential mobility by Clark and Onaka () is the voluntary and involuntary model of mobility as depicted in Fig. model comprises both lifecycle and contextual external forces.
In expounding their voluntary and involuntary theory of residential mobility they classified residential moves into three – adjustment moves, induced moves and forced. Residential mobility which is the movement of individuals or house holds between and within spatial character of cities and of metropolitan areas.
First, residential mobility is the proximate countries have been on mobility differentials. In Nigeria from literature, most studies on residential mobility have focused on physical, social. Residential mobility is a process that changes lives and neighborhoods.
Efforts to build strong communities are unavoidably caught up with this dynamic but have insufficient understanding of its complexities.
To shed light on the underlying forces of residential mobility, this study uses a unique panel survey from the Casey Foundation’s Making. Journals & Books; Help; Cities. Supports open access. CiteScore. Impact Factor. Articles & Issues. About.
Publish. Latest issue All issues. Search in this journal. Unpacking the dynamics of intra-urban residential mobility in Nigerian cities: Analysis of low-income families in Ojo Lagos.
I.R. Aliu. Pages Download PDF. In Nigerian urban areas, policy initiators of residential housing are of the opinion that any housing meets the satisfaction needs of the urban poor without due regards to environmental quality variables of the surroundings. This undoubtedly have influence on the various types of public residential houses developed for the urban poor.
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Ethnoreligious Urban Violence and Residential Mobility in Nigerian Cities: The Kaduna Experience Table 2 Incidences of some major ethnoreligious crises in other urban areas in Nigeria. Ethnoreligious Urban Violence and Residential Mobility in Nigerian Cities: The Kaduna Experience Table 3 Some of the major religious riots and conflicts in Kaduna.
This article examines the locational pattern, and subsequent residential mobility, of new migrants in Benin City, Nigeria. The study shows that as a result of sentimental attachment to village of origin migrants from the adjoining rural region tend to have a bias in their city location for a sector of the city lying in the same direction with.
In recent years urban historians and geographers have produced a wide range of detailed studies, both of particular cities and of specific aspects of nineteenth-century urban society, including the housing system, local government, public transport, class structure, residential segregation and social and geographical mobility.
Some such theories, particularly those concerned with Sjoberg's and Burgess' stereotypes of pre-industrial and industrial cities and the ‘transitional’ nature of Victorian cities, are little more than rough generalizations and some urban historians have been more than sceptical about them.
A plethora of studies on residential location and urban mobility in Africa cities have been published in recent decades (Ozo, ;Afolayan, ; Gbakeji & Rilwani, ). Empirical analysis of. There has been less attention on what enables slum-dwellers to transition into the formal housing sector without direct intervention.
This paper investigates residential mobility among slum-dwellers in Bhopal, India. One in five households succeeds in leaving a slum settlement and a major determinant is the ability to save on a regular basis.
*Department of Geography, Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna State, Nigeria ABSTRACT Residential mobility is the mechanism whereby the character of social areas is maintained or changed; hence residential mobility has been a focus of intense research for the past few decades.
However, in spite of the notable works in the area, many factors. Residential mobility is a key element in a responsive housing market this is especially crucial countries with limited resources & residential areas like Egypt, studying the residential mobility.
Okechukwu Nnodim, Abuja. There are so many completed buildings in Nigeria that are unoccupied. Also, the interest in housing markets has grown in recent years, but relatively little is known.The surprising truth about content Fact: Lexis Advance ® has the largest collection of case law, statutes and regulations.* Plus 40K+ news sources, 83B+ Public Records, M+ company profiles and documents, and an extensive list of exclusives across all content types.
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