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migrants

those who move from one territory to another for a variety of reasons

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labor migrants

those who move in search of work

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refugees

those who flee life-threatening conditions

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asylum seeker

those who leave their country to under the threat of harm or persecution and awaits application decision from relevant national and international instruments

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Internally Displace Person (IDP)

people who have been forced or obliged to leave their homes as a result of armed conflict, natural disaster, violence but have not left their state's borders.

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Syrian Refugee crises

13.5 million people in syria need assistance. 5 million are refugees and 6.5 million are displaced within the country.

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transnationalism

when immigrants maintain social, economic, and religious to both their communities and immigrant communities.

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fundamentalist movements

revitalizing religious movements focused on reorganizing society, by force if necessary, to return to an idealized, purer past.

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illiberal democracy

governing system which has elections which choose leaders that actively limit their freedoms.

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global identities

identities that are based on shared interests, practices, and values that sweep across international borders.

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tribalization

process in which peoples reconnect with their tribal backgrounds.

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cultural minorities

ethnic or cultural groups who have become minorities in their native lands due to migrations of other peoples into their lands

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cargo cults

revitalizing religious movements which arose in melanesia in the early 20th century in which they aim to accrue material wealth through magical means

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ecotourism

visiting another country's natural preserves

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ethnotourism

visting indigenous people. Has become a significant source of income for many cultural minorities.

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global trends trends since 2000

increased religiosity, more refugee peoples, and decreased international conflict but more violence within countries themselves.