Flashcards in Globalization from an Anthropological Perspective Deck (16):
those who move from one territory to another for a variety of reasons
those who move in search of work
those who flee life-threatening conditions
those who leave their country to under the threat of harm or persecution and awaits application decision from relevant national and international instruments
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.
Syrian Refugee crises
13.5 million people in syria need assistance. 5 million are refugees and 6.5 million are displaced within the country.
when immigrants maintain social, economic, and religious to both their communities and immigrant communities.
revitalizing religious movements focused on reorganizing society, by force if necessary, to return to an idealized, purer past.
governing system which has elections which choose leaders that actively limit their freedoms.
identities that are based on shared interests, practices, and values that sweep across international borders.
process in which peoples reconnect with their tribal backgrounds.
ethnic or cultural groups who have become minorities in their native lands due to migrations of other peoples into their lands
revitalizing religious movements which arose in melanesia in the early 20th century in which they aim to accrue material wealth through magical means
visiting another country's natural preserves
visting indigenous people. Has become a significant source of income for many cultural minorities.