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METACOGNITIVE READING REPORT NO. 5 Surname: First name: Course/section: Date: Siega James Kirk GED105/AT3 12/13/2018 Readings: 1. The Global City: Introducing a Concept 2. A Development Approach to Migration and Displacement Four (4) things that I significantly learned from the readings: (2 from each reading) From the first reading, I have learned that a global city requires a strong networked economy because relations is a very crucial service. I have also learned the difference between a world city and a global city. World city refers to the type of city which we have seen over the centuries and global city is rather contemporary. From the second reading, I have learned that international migration refers to the voluntary movement of women and men across internationally recognized borders and that these movements are driven by their desire to reunite with family members abroad, career opportunities, or their search for a better life.
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  • Fall '18
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