notes. 9.24 - 9/24 Givan Migration movement of people from...

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9/24 – Givan - Migration- movement of people from their home country to a foreign country; involves many people and trends; could be moving elsewhere in the same country o Emigration- leaving of a country o Immigration- entering of a country o Types of migration Temporary or permanent migration Skilled and unskilled workers Asylum seekers and refugees- legal definitions, no economic migrants, do they have what we need Documented vs. undocumented migration One person v. family migration- bread winner sends back remittances - Source country/country of origin- where they’re from - Receiving country/host country/destination country- where they go - Migration systems theory o Preexisting relationship, prior links Former colonies, politics, investment, trade, culuture, (language and religion) education Come to know about former colonies move o Interacting factors Macro factors- large institutional factors Political, economy, laws and structures Micro factors- personal factors
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  • Fall '07
  • BATT,BOYER,GIVAN,KUR
  • Human migration, count ry, Migration Systems Theory, family migration- bread, count ry/host count

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