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Migration ANTH 102 Understanding Other Cultures Fall 2006
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Migration Kinds of Migration Reasons for Migration New Trends in Migration
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Migration What is migration? What is a migrant? What is immigration? What is an immigrant?
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Kinds of Migration: Internal Movement within national and/or regional boundaries Historically, movement from rural to urban areas “Push-Pull” theory Health implications of internal migration
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Kinds of Migration: International Movement of people across international boundaries Labor migrants majority of people in this category Main reason for moving: economic and political trends in sending and receiving countries Major receiving countries: U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Argentina
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Kinds of Migration: International 1815-1860 - 5 million immigrants settled permanently in the U.S., mainly Enlish, Irish, Germanic, Scandanavian, and others f/NW Europe 1865-1890 - 10 million settle permanently in America f/NW Europe 1890-1914 - 15 million journey to U.S.: Austro-Hungarian, Turkish, Lithuanian, Russian, Jewish, Greek, Italian, Romanian
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