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AP HUG chapter 3

Unit 3 test

QuestionAnswer
migration to a new location immigration
migration from a location emigration
what are 2 raven stein's laws for distance in relation of migrants -most migrants only go a short distance -long distance migrants favor big cities
difference between international and internal international: permanent movement from one country to another internal: permanent movement within one country
what types of push factors usually responsible for voluntary migration economic
what types of push factors usually responsible for forced migration cultural
permanent movement from on region of a country to another interregional migration
permanent movement within one region of a country intraregional
what are the 3 countries that sent out the most immigrants from asia in recent years china india and the Philippines
what caused immigration from latin america to the united states to increase 1986 immigration reform and control act
what is the most famous example of large scale interregional migration in the US internal migration to the american west
what is the population center? the average location of everyone in the country
what was the first intervening obstacle which hindered american settlement of the interior of the continent appalachian mountains
what developments in transportation eventually encouraged settlement to the Mississippi building of canals
why was settlement of the great plains slow to come with settlers passing it for Cali and the west coast settlers moving to cali for gold rush and great plains seen as unfit for farming bc of dry climate and rough sod
how did the railroads encourage settlement of the american interior land was sold to farmers to finance railroads and the farmers product was transported by rail to easters customers
for what two reasons have people been migration to the south in recent years job opportunities and environmental conditions
what are push and pull factors push: something that causes someone to leave a location pull: something that draws someone to a place
citizens from poor countries to more developed to more developed countries in search of higher paying jobs guest workers
why are china and southwest asia major destinations for migrants booming economy + job opportunities
an environmental/cultural feature of landscape that hinders migration intervening obstacle
describe the role of physical geography in examining intervening obstacles and migration oceans, mountains, deserts are obstacles
describe the role of transportation in examining intervening obstacles and migration before modern transportation people had to travel on horse or foot; modern day can cost a lot of money
describe the role of political concerns/laws in examining IO's and migration passports required to legally emigrate. visuals are required to legally immigrate
what did the quota acts and the national origins act do established maximum limits on the number of people who could come to the us from each country during a 1 year period
how did they favor immigration from certain regions european immigrants favored over Asia
how did the immigration act of 1965 change the existing quota laws removed quotas from individual countries and replaced them with hemisphere quotas: 170,000 from eastern and 120,000 from western
Migration to a new location is ____ Immigration
Migration from a location is ___ Emigration
what are Ravenstein's two laws for distance in relation of migrants? - most migrants only go a short distance - long distance migrants favor big cities
difference between international and internal migration. international: permanent movement from one country to another internal: permanent movement within the same country
what types of push factors are usually responsible for voluntary migration? economic
what types of push factors are usually responsible for forced migration?yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy cultural
permanent movement from one region of a country to another interregional migration
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how was immigration law further changed in 1978 and presently? 1978- hemisphere quota replaced by global quota of 290,000 and a maximum of 20,000 per country. presently- global quota of 620,000 with maximum of 7% from one country
US immigration laws gives preferences to groups. identify those preferences families; skilled talented workers; people from countries that haven't sent few people to US
large scale emigration by talented people brain drain
migration of people to a specific location bc relatives or members of the same nationality previously moved there chain migration
people who enter the US illegally undocumented immigrants
where do most undocumented immigrants in the US come from Mexico
impact of Europeans emigrating around the world has changed the world's culture + indo european languages spoken by half of the world's population
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