Flashcards in 2.1 Migration as a component of population change Deck (18)
Movement of people across a specified boundary-national or international- to establish at a new permanent place
People moving within one country
People moving within more than one country.
Movement of people into a particular country.
Movement of people leaving a country.
Movement within a country to a particular destination.
Movement away from a destination
Number of migrants entering a region minus number of migrants leaving a region.
Formed by migrants sharing a common origin and destination.
Reverse flow of migrants.
Negative conditions at the point of origin, which encourage or force people to move.
Positive conditions at point of destination.
Process that occurs after one or a small number of pioneering migrants have led the way. Others are to follow.
When in a family cycle different people are responsible for migrating to maintain and improve the financial position of the family.
When a rural migrant moves to a bigger town and then proceeds to move to an even bigger city. Happens in steps.
When the individual or household has the choice of whether to move or not.
When individual or household doesn't have a choice but to move.