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Tim, a gay man in his forties, said he liked to come to Spain to be himself but he couldn’t afford to live there permanently. More than one man told me he would settle permanently in Spain but his wife wouldn’t leave her family and friends, and more than one woman told me she would love to live in Spain but was afraid to make the break. 28 The British on the Costa del Sol An explanation of this apparent need for people to explain why they do not move to Spain more permanently might be found in the characterisation of migrants, by migrants, as maverick, brave, different, exciting and funloving people.
1998; Rodríguez et al. 1998). At the same time European countries are now experiencing a differentiation in migration trends which they need to begin to conceptualise, since various types of migration affect their population structure at any one time (Collinson 1993). However, these contemporary, intra-European migrations are less threatening to the integrity of an imagined pure ethnic nation state (see Skeldon 1994) than are the in-migrations of Migration 41 poorer peoples from either the east or the south, and accordingly these migration trends have received less attention (and probably funding) from within Europe.
The most substantial groups of legal foreign residents were (in order of importance) UK, Germany, Portugal, France, USA, Argentina, Morocco, Philippines and Venezuela. In 1989 there were 73,535 immigrants from the UK (as far as anyone could measure) and 9,020 from Venezuela (King and Rybaczuk 1993, figures from SOPEMI Report 1990). In the 1980s two-thirds of Spain’s foreign residents were Europeans. Some of these flows are the cause of more anxiety than others for Spain: immigration from Africa increased fivefold between 1980 and 1992, for example, with Morocco accounting for 60 per cent of the increase (Solé 1995).
A Call at Dawn; a Message From Our Brothers of the Planets Pluto and Jupiter by kelvin rowe