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Caribbean Journal of Education

Education, Perception, & Migration

Publication Date: 
September 1977

The side effects of the educational process, both in its formal and informal structures, are often more important to the child's future th'an the intended effect. This paper examines one of the side effects, the relative preferences a school leaver has for different places familiar to him. Using the methodologies of the geographer, the "mental maps" identified are related to the problem of rural depopulation. The implications for the educational system are assessed.

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