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  • 1. Migration and Mobility PT 1
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  • 2. PopulationMigration & Mobility
    Moving
    One of the most distinguishing features of human beings
    Not everyone migrates
    Can be repeated and reversed
    Unlike birth and death for one individual
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  • 3. PopulationMigration & Mobility
    Moving
    One of the most distinguishing features of human beings
    Not everyone migrates
    Can be repeated and reversed
    Unlike birth and death for one individual
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  • 4. PopulationMigration & Mobility
    Migration
    A move from one place to another
    Usually across a political boundary
    Involves a permanent change in residence
    A time specific process
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  • 5. PopulationMigration & Mobility
    Gross Migration
    Net Migration
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  • 6. PopulationMigration & Mobility
    In-migration – to arrive at a place of destination
    usually another political entity (county, city, etc)
    Out-migration – to leave a place of origin
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  • 7. PopulationMigration & Mobility
    Immigration- to arrive in a country
    Emigration- to depart from a country
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  • 8. PopulationMigration & Mobility
    Migration occurs in
    Streams, and
    Counterstreams
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  • 9. PopulationMigration & Mobility
    Return migration
    Index of dissatisfaction?
    Differential migration
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  • 10. PopulationMigration & Mobility
    International migration
    Internal migration
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  • 11. PopulationMigration & Mobility
    Types of migration
    Primitive migration
    Group or mass migration
    Free-individual migration
    Restricted migration
    Impelled or forced migration
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  • 12. Types of Migration
    Primitive migration
    Groups can’t cope with deteriorating environment
    Group or mass migration
    Migration of a clan or tribe
    Colonization
    Free-individual migration
    E.g., migration from Europe to US
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  • 13. Types of Migration
    Restricted migration
    Controls on migration
    Impelled migration
    Migrant has some degree of choice
    E.g., people fleeing tyrannical regimes
    Wealthy Afghans fleeing the Taliban
    Forced migration
    Migrant has no power or control
    E.g., African slave trade
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  • 14. Types of Migration
    Forced migration – 2 purposes
    Text says to remove a hostile group
    Were Jews in Nazi Germany a “hostile group?”
    Furnishing an unskilled labor force
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