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HUMANS ON THE MOVE. MIGRATION. Why do humans move?. Voluntary Migration Forced Migration Map – page 75 Other Forced Migrations Britain to Australia Native Americans in the US Soviet Union moving non-Russians to Central Asia and Siberia Jews moving out of Western Europe.

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Humans on the move

HUMANS ON THE MOVE

MIGRATION


Why do humans move

Why do humans move?

  • Voluntary Migration

  • Forced Migration

  • Map – page 75

  • Other Forced Migrations

    • Britain to Australia

    • Native Americans in the US

    • Soviet Union moving non-Russians to Central Asia and Siberia

    • Jews moving out of Western Europe


Ravenstein s laws of migration gravity model

Ravenstein’s Laws of Migration & Gravity Model

  • What is Gravity Model?

  • Ravenstein’s Laws of Migration

    • Every migration flow generates a return or counter-migration

    • The majority of migrants move a short distance

    • Migrants who do move longer distances tend to choose large cities

    • Urban residents are less migratory than rural folk

    • Families are less likely to make international moves than young adults


Y ou can t get there from here

You can’t get there from here

  • What role does distance decay play in migration?

  • Step Migration

  • Intervening Opportunity

  • Chain Migration

  • Return or Counter-migration


Push and pull factors

PUSH and PULL FACTORS

  • Types of Push and Pull Factors – pp. 77-79

    • Economic Conditions

    • Political Circumstances

    • Armed Conflict and Civil War

    • Environmental Conditions

    • Culture and Traditions

    • Technological Advances


This immigration thing is so new http forums thedailyshow com page threadview thread id 19355 pg 3

This immigration thing is so new!http://forums.thedailyshow.com/?page=ThreadView&thread_id=19355&pg=3


The history of us immigration

The History of US Immigration


Humans on the move

Anyone related to these folks?http://howmanydaystoamerica.wordpress.com/about/http://www.gjenvick.com/Immigration/1904-PhotographsOfEllisIslandImmigrants.html


Humans on the move

Migration is pretty risky businesshttp://www.eutimes.net/2009/07/uks-potential-lifetime-costs-of-an-amnesty-cost-1-million-euros/www.eastconn.org


Look at your text on page 80 81

Look at your text on page 80-81


Us immigration flow map

US Immigration Flow Map


Humans on the move

Why do we have such strong opinions about immigration? Why do we have such strong emotions about immigration?http://dailycaller.com/2010/04/29/george-will-a-law-arizona-can-live-with/


What complications can we think about when it comes to immigration

What complications can we think about when it comes to immigration?

  • Food supplies and costs

  • Construction workers and costs

  • Who’s bringing immigrants in?

  • What else encourages immigrants to come?

  • Isn’t this an issue of Supply and Demand?


Stephen colbert on immigration

Stephen Colbert on Immigration

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1T75jBYeCs


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