Author(s): Veysi GNAL

In this paper, it is aimed to investigate the changes in the direction of migration from Mardin province and Mardin origin population residing in provinces. First, Mardin province continuously has given migration more from take because of demographic and economic indicators. For security reasons, in 1990’s, it has been seen an increase in migration. Besides the amount of migration, the direction of migration has changed also. For example, in period of 1975-1980, while the ranking of the provinces in migration from Mardin was zmir (15.1%), stanbul (13.2%), Diyarbak?r (12.8%), Adana (9.8%), Siirt (7.9%), Hatay (4.5%) and çel (4.4%), the ranking has changed as stanbul (26.6%), Adana (10.4%), zmir (9.0%), Diyarbak?r (5.9%), Mersin (5.0%), Ankara (4.4%), anl?urfa (3.3%) and Batman (3.3%) in period of 2009-2010. According to this result, zmir, Manisa and Hatay getting the first waves of immigration from Mardin province have lost importance today and stanbul, Adana, Mersin and Gaziantep have become important instead of them,


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