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APHG Migratiion

TermDefinition
Push-pull Factors Factors that either draw a person to country, or cause a person to want to leave their home country.
Voluntary Migration Movement that people chose to do, usually for better jobs, life, or safety.
Forced Migration The people were forced to leave their homes and abandon their property children and wife
Transmigration migrate, move from one place to another & settle there.
Refugee a person who has been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster.
Types of Migration patterns Intercontinental Migration Patterns, Interregional Migration Patterns, Rural-Urban Patterns
Intercontinental Migration Patterns permanent movement from one country to another country
Interregional Migration Patterns permanent movement within one region of a country
Rural-Urban Patterns permanent movement from the country to the city
Place Utility How much a person likes where he lives.
Activity space The space where daily activity occurs.
Personal space The space a man claims for himself and none shall take it from him.
Space-time prism How far we can go in an amount of time, limited by our needs
Distance decay As distance increases, the less impact the moment has.
Step Migration Migration that happens in stages, from one place to another
Chain Migrations Migration of people from one family moving to follow a family member who has already left for that place.
Intervening opportunity A place that attracts a man more than his destination in step migration, that causes him to live there.
Cyclic movement Movement that goes back and forth between the destination and home, by annually or seasonally.
Migratory movement Movement that which a man crosses national borders to find better working conditions or life, and permanently live in the destination. (Immigrants)
Periodic movement longer movements from home, but are temporary.
Transhumance seasonal movement of livestock
Interregional migration permanent move to another region.
Created by: Malthus