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kinship migration

1. a type of residence change among older adults, especially widows, that involves moving closer to family members.

2. the movement of families, either all at once as a group or in phases as individual members or subgroups, from one geographic location to another.

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June 18th 2024

upper hinge

upper hinge

the point in a distribution of values above which lie one fourth of the data and below which lie the other three fourths of the data. It is equivalent to the third quartile. Compare lower hinge.