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Migration Chap 3

stuff for HUG chap 3 test

QuestionAnswer
3 push and pull factors economic, environmental, cultural
immigrant enter country
emigrant leave country
international country to country
internal city to city (within a country)
two types of interal migration interregional, intraregional
interregional one region to other region
intraregional staying in same region
urbanization rural to cities
brain drain countries overpopulated and really smart people leave to get jobs, leave country with majority people with no skills
suburbanization cities to suburbs
counter urbanization back to farms
who came up with migration transition? Wilbur zelinsky
stage 1 virtually no migration
stage 2 international emigrants
stage 3 internal migrants
stage 4 international immigrants
who is EG Ravenstein? late 1800s studier of migration
what was EG Ravenstein famous for? his migration laws
what were the three major periods of migration to the united states colonial america, 1800s early 1900s European immigration, Today + or -
2 places of migration in colonial america europe and africa
what kind of migrants came from europe in the colonial period and why voluntary migrants, because of economic reasons
what kind of migrants came from africa and why forced migrants because of slavery
What were the two waves of European immigration 1840s-50s and 1880s-1910s
who migrated in 1840s and 50s northern and western Europe- Britain, Ireland, and Germany; christian protestants
who migrated in 1880s and 1910s southern and eastern Europe- Italy, Russia, Poland
why were the new immigrants of 1880-1910 discriminated against? because they were catholic and jews
who migrated to the US in the Today period? Latin america (mexico) and asia
chain migration migration of people to a specific location because relatives of members of the same nationality previously migrated there.
circulation short term, repetitive, or cyclical movements that recur on a regular basis
floodplain the area subject to flooding during a given number of years according to historical trends
guest workers workers who migrate to the more developed countries of northern and western europe usually from southern and eastern europe of from north america in search for higher paying jobs
intervening obstacle an environmental OR Cultural feature of the landscape that hinders migration
migration form of relocation diffusion involving permanent move to a new location
migration transition change in the migration pattern in a society that RESULTS FROM INDUSTRIALIZATION, POPULATION GROWTH, ANOTHER SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHANGES THAT ALSO PRODUCE THE DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION.
mobility all types of movement from one location to another
net migration the difference between the level of immigration and the level of emigration
pull factor factor that induces people to move to a new location
push factor factor that induces people to leave old residence
quotas in reference to migration, laws that place maximum limits on the number of people who can immigrate to a country each year
refugees people who are forced to migrate from their home country and cannot return for fear of persecution because of their race, religion, nationality, membership in a social group, or political opinion
undocumented immigrants people who enter a country without proper documents
Created by: edenbreslauer