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APHG - Migration


Migration Has been happening for millenia
A migrant is often pulled where? to places where family & friends have already found success.
Ravenstein's Laws of Migration include..? Every migration flow generates a countermigration... migrants who move longer distances tend to choose big city destinations... urban residents are less migratory than inhabitants of rural areas
Guest Workers. AKA Gastarbeiters
Regional Migration is often due to... Economic Opportunities, Reconnection of Culture Groups, Conflict & War.
Instead of running home after the reconstruction of Germany, guest workers did what? Stayed and often sent for their families to join them.
What are examples of push/pull factors? Economic Conditions, Political Circumstances, Armed Conflict/Civil War, Environmental Conditions & Disasters
According to geographer E.G. Ravenstein, most people migrate for what reasons? Economic
The gravity model states that .... Interaction is inversely proportional to distance
What's an example of an ENVIRONMENTAL push factor? Flooding, Hurricanes etc.
What are the 3 types of INTRA-regional migration? 1) Urbanization 2) Suburbanization 3) Counterurbanization
Created by: LuvBuggie2060
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