Flashcards in Chapter 3 - Migration Deck (14):
What is cyclic movement?
It is movement away from home for a short period of time (commuting)
What is periodic movement?
It is movement away from home for a long period of time (military service)
What is migration?
It is a change in residence that is supposed to be permanent (looking to move)
What is international migration?
It is movement across country borders that is intended to be permanent
What is internal migration?
It is movement within a single country's borders
What is forced migration?
Human migration flows in which the movers are forced to relocate (war, etc.)
What is voluntary migration?
It is human migration flows in which the movers respond to perceived opportunity as opposed to force
What are examples of push and pull factors?
War, economy, environmental conditions (tsunamis that may force people to leave), etc.
What are remittances?
Money that is sent back to the family in the home country by the person who has left
What were the main factors that influenced migration between 1500 and 1950?
Exploration, colonization, slave trade
What are immigration laws?
They are laws that restrict or allow migration of certain groups into a country
What are quotas?
They limit the number of migrants from each region into a country
What is selective immigration?
It bars people with certain backgrounds from entering the country