Migration and Mobility PT 1<br />1<br />
PopulationMigration & Mobility<br />Moving<br />One of the most distinguishing features of human beings<br />Not everyone ...
PopulationMigration & Mobility<br />Moving<br />One of the most distinguishing features of human beings<br />Not everyone ...
PopulationMigration & Mobility<br />Migration<br />A move from one place to another<br />Usually across a political bounda...
PopulationMigration & Mobility<br />Gross Migration<br />Net Migration<br />5<br />
PopulationMigration & Mobility<br />In-migration – to arrive at a place of destination<br />usually another political enti...
PopulationMigration & Mobility<br />Immigration- to arrive in a country<br />Emigration- to depart from a country <br />7<...
PopulationMigration & Mobility<br />Migration occurs in<br />Streams, and<br />Counterstreams<br />8<br />
PopulationMigration & Mobility<br />Return migration<br />Index of dissatisfaction?<br />Differential migration<br />9<br />
PopulationMigration & Mobility<br />International migration<br />Internal migration<br />10<br />
PopulationMigration & Mobility<br />Types of migration<br />Primitive migration<br />Group or mass migration<br />Free-ind...
Types of Migration <br />Primitive migration<br />Groups can’t cope with deteriorating environment<br />Group or mass migr...
Types of Migration <br />Restricted migration<br />Controls on migration<br />Impelled migration<br />Migrant has some deg...
Types of Migration <br />Forced migration – 2 purposes<br />Text says to remove a hostile group<br />Were Jews in Nazi Ger...
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Migration And Mobility Pt1

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