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Geography

Geography(People on the move)

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What meant by term migration? Moving away from the source area, e.g hometown, to the destination area, e.g Dublin
What is migrant? A person who the decision to leave one place, i.e their hometown,to move to another e.g a city
What is an internal migrant? A person who decides to move from one part of the country to another part of the same country
What is an international migrant? A person who decides to move from one country to another
What is an emigrant? A person who leaves one country to live in another
What is an economic migrant? An individual who moves from one country to another during a recessionary period
What is an immigrant? A person who leaves their home country to live in Ireland
What are the reasons for migration? Push and pull factors
Give two examples of push factors War and unrest, poor standard living
Give two examples of pull factors Access to further education and a better social life
Give two reasons for people in the west of Ireland moving to Dublin Jobs and more facilities
Give two reasons for people in Ireland moving to the UK and USA Famine, Jobs and Adventrue
Give an example of a planned migration The plantation of Ulster in 1609 the removal of the native Irish from their lands and giving land to the English and Scottish planters in return for their loyalty to the crown
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