GEOG101_-_Lecture_06

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Lecture 5: Geography and Population Part 2 January 21, 2010 GEOG 101
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Lecture Outline Theory in Context Declining Birth Rates in Germany Population Movement and Migration Mobility and Migration; International Voluntary and Forced Migration Population Debates and Policies Resources, Environment, Policies, Programs Population, Health, and the Environment Test #1 Overview
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Theory in Context http://www.nytimes .com/2010/01/18/world/europe/18iht-women em
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Population Movement and Migration Two Descriptions of Movement: Mobility The ability to move, either permanently or temporarily. Migration A long-distance move to a new location. Emigration  -a movement in which a person leaves a country Immigration  -a movement in which a person arrives in a  country International Migration  -a move from one country to  another Internal Migration  -a move within a particular country or  region
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Population Movement and Migration Migration Terminology Cont’d Gross Migration  -The total number of migrants moving into  and out of a place. Region, or country.
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