From the deputy editor
Over 50 years ago, a pioneer in the geographical realm, Wilbur Zelinsky, provided an interesting hypothesis, namely that there “are definite, patterned regularities in the growth of personal mobility through space-time, and these regularities comprise an essential component of the modernization process” (Zelinsky, 1971: 221-222). Although the obvious interpretation reflects on migration from local up to global levels, the model described also reflects on space and geographical scale.
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