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Transnational society is a brand new box of research, simply as mind flow is a brand new improvement technique for the worldwide South. This publication contributes to the transforming into scholarship on transnational society and mind circulate, hence highlighting the dynamic social practices already underway

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While large numbers of people have been displaced as a result of conflicts, an even larger number have moved to search for better living conditions. Natural phenomena such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and droughts force people to emigrate. When people in rural, less developed areas and * University of Yaounde ll, Department of Economics, Cameroon. com 42 • Fondo Sikod and Gérard Tchouassi societies learn to appreciate and consume goods they cannot produce, they emigrate to where they can procure such goods through selling their labor or carrying out other types of activities.

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