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Global Flows: Migration, Smuggling, and Trafficking Review 1. Globalization = intensified transnational movement of ideas, goods, labor, and capital Result? This can lead to smuggling and trafficking of people  3. Reasons for migration work/employment education family war/conflict natural disasters  4. Flows of Labor/People: Legal or Illegal/Irregular 5. RISE in poverty/food insecurity + FALL  Smuggling:  I.  Doing the #s: Under 18 1. Over 100,000 children are apprehended at US borders annually 2. This is a  fraction  of the total crossing 3. Some 8,000 are placed in federal custody pending (possible) release 4. Remainder returned 
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II.  Labor Flow  1. From Central America Under 18?   find family, leave gang, escape DV, relief from neglect 2. From China Oppressive polices associated with 1 family, 1 child law Seeking asylum as a result of religious or political beliefs  e.g. Fulong gong (Most commonly) following previously established migratory circuits lack of hierarchical order (snakeheads) different people performing different operations.  3. From India Low income families seeking safety for their children from civil unrest, gang activity, and 
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2012 for the course CICS 101 taught by Professor Farnsworth during the Fall '10 term at University of Michigan.

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