Quantitative methodological approaches to citizenship and migration
About this project
Quantitative research methods are a powerful set of tools in gauging the measurable aspects of social phenomena, in this case, migration and citizenship. This chapter elaborates on two main aspects: methods and measurement. With the advent of increased computing power and data availability, the field has seen considerable growth over the past couple of decades.
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