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AP HUG review chap.3

great review question for chapter 3 rubenstein

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what are some economic push and pull factors areas with valuable natural resources, areas with new industry, rapid population growth
what are some cultural push and pull factors wars, slavery, political instability, choices in education career and place of residence
what are some environmental push and pull factors attractive places, hazardous places, breathing problems, natural disasters
who was wilbur zelinsky and what did he come up with he was a geographer and came up with the migration transition
who are most likely to migrate and why men are most likely to migrate because of jobs and men are more likely to be employed then women
what are families of migrants like families are usually just adult individuals that send money back to their families instead of the family coming to them
what is the main pattern of migration in the world usually migrants from poorer countries go to wealthier countries
what was the first peak of immigration to the US like it was the settlement of the first colonies most were english or african
what was the second peak of immigration to the US like it began in the mid 19th century and ended in the early 20th century most were european immigrants
what is the third peak of immigration to the US like it began in the 1970s and still continues today most are from latin america and asia
what has recent immigration to the US been like very high levels and is still increasing
where are immigrants going once they get to the US most go to california new york florida and texas
where are guest workers used in the world mostly in europe but mostly in germany and france
what happened with migration in cuba the US let them through because of the government, the government then made all of the mentally ill and criminals get out so they went to the US, the criminals got sent back and only a few thousand are allowed into the US each year
what happened with migration in haiti the government persecuted people, but the people came for economic reasons not political
what happened with migration in vietnam people were evacuated because of the high risk of persecution, some people were not allowed to get into the US, people who came for economic reasons were kept in camps and then sent back
what cultural troubles to migrants face here they are lonely because they are unfamiliar with the language and social customs sometimes in europe they pay guest workers to back
why do people move around within a country lack of farmlands, better jobs, sometimes non economic reasons
in russia and the old soviet union where have migrants moved they were forced to move to the north to operate mines, they put more holidays and higher pays so that people would migrate there, but people didnt because of the remoteness
in brazil where have the migrants moved most live in large cities on the atlantic coast they moved the capital to the center of the country because there was barely anyone there, people migrated
in indonesia where have the migrants moved the government is trying to move people to the less populated islands and are paying people to do so, most dont because of environment concerns
what patterns are there in urban migration most people go from rural to urban areas, after that they go from urban to suburban areas
most migrants to the US during the early 20th century came from which part of europe east and south
what country has the second leading source of US immigratnts from latin america dominican republic
most asians are currently migrating to the US through the process o chain migration
the most prominent type of intraregional migration in the world is rural to urban
true or false the three major kinds of push factors are political economic and envrionmental true
true or false the most common environmental threat to people comes from too much or too little water true
true or false migration occurs mostly because of a combination of push and pull factors true
true or false in recent years the immigration quota has been sufficient enough to accommodate all people who wish to migrate to the US false
true or false only a small percentage of africans shipped to the western hemisphere ended up in the US true
true or false migration is more likely to be from rural to urban areas within LDCs but from urban to rural in MDCs true