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TermDefinition
Immigration to change residence from a country to begin living permanently in another country
Emigration to leave one’s own country to settle permanently in another
Push Factor factors that trigger out-migration. These factors may be cultural, political, economic, or environmental.
Pull Factor factors that attract people to a place. These factors may be cultural, political, economic, or environmental.
Chain Migration migration of people to a specific location because relatives or members of the name nationality previously migrated there
Voluntary Migration type of migration in which people choose to leave
Forced Migration type of migration in which people leave because of war, natural disaster, and government
Refugee people who flee a place to escape persecution or disaster
Hierarchical Diffusion the spread of an idea from a person of power to other people or large city to smaller city
Relocation Diffusion the spread of an idea through the physical movement of people
Contagious Diffusion the rapid spread of an idea throughout a population (usually spreads through media)
Created by: HCSWorldGeo