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APHG Jonathan Zheng

Migration Period 9

What are push-pull factors? They are factors that forcefully push people to migrate, or attract them.
What is voluntary migration? It is a relocation according to a personal desire.
What is forced migration? It's a coerced movement of a person or persons away from home.
what is Transmigration?
Who are refugees? a person is forced to leave their country because of war.
What is intercontinental patterns migration flow involving movement across international borders.
what is interregional patterns
what is rural-urban pattens The movement from the countryside to the city
what is place utility The process of increasing the attractiveness of a product to a group of consumers by altering its physical location.
what is activity space The area within which people move freely on their rounds of regular activity
Created by: jonathan8242