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Global Flows: Migration, Smuggling, and Trafficking Review 1. Globalization = intensified transnational movement of ideas, goods, labor, and capital 2. Labor is less freely mobile than information & 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
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