Socio-economic variables as an approach to study the spatial dynamics of the population in the Algerian steppe region The Province of El Bayadh as a Model

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  • Tawfiq HARZELI

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tracking this phenomenon in Algeria, focusing  on the steppe region within the province of El Bayadh to track the phenomenon according to several economic, demographic, urban dimensions, to determine the extent of the phenomenon and the mechanisms used to regulate the distribution of the population within the urban and rural space.

We conducted an exploratory study that included statistical monitoring of population centers, whether they exist physically or as a result of the movement and migration of populations internally or externally. We distribute a research questionnaire that contains several axes which include personal data of the population, an axis on attractions and another on expulsion factors. After collecting data on the phenomenon, it was treated by the SPSS program. we Read the socio-economic statistical tables to compare them with the statistical data of the population of the Bogtob area during the time period 1998-2008, which helped us to draw conclusions about the movement of the population according to a theoretical approach to the existence of the phenomenon and a field study of the reality of the phenomenon according to an evolutionary perspective. The study concluded that there are prominent effects of the role of public service institutions in the socio-economic dimension in attracting the workforce, and this explains the state's approach in raising the pace in the tertiary sector (administration, trade) at the expense of other sectors.

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2024-02-08 — Updated on 2024-02-13

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HARZELI , T. (2024). Socio-economic variables as an approach to study the spatial dynamics of the population in the Algerian steppe region The Province of El Bayadh as a Model. Management & Economics Research Journal, 5(4). Retrieved from http://merj-revue.com/index.php/merj/article/view/101 (Original work published February 8, 2024)

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