Migration and Immigration - iseetheworld

Migration and Immigration - iseetheworld

HUMANS ON THE MOVE MIGRATION This immigration thing is so new! http://forums.thedailyshow.com/?page=ThreadView&thread_id=19355&pg=3 Lets read a passage from Shut

the Door! Chinese Exclusion Act - 1882 Immigration Quota Act of 1921 Johnson and Reed Act 1924

I think we now have sufficient population in our country for us to shut the door and to breed up a pure, unadulterated American citizenship. Thank God we have in America perhaps the largest percentage of any country in the world of the pure, unadulterated Anglo-Saxon stock; certainly the greatest of any nation in the Nordic breed. Without offense, but with regard to the salvation of our own, let us shut the door and assimilate what we have, and let us breed pure American citizens and develop our own American resources. Senator Ellison Smith South Carolina

1924 law used a total number of 165,000 and a country quota based on the 1890 census to determine the numbers allowed from each country. Anyone related to these folks? http://howmanydaystoamerica.wordpress.com/about/ http://www.gjenvick.com/Immigration/1904-PhotographsOfEllisIslandImmigrants.html Migration is pretty risky business

http://www.eutimes.net/2009/07/uks-potential-lifetime-costs-of-an-amnesty-cost-1-million-euros/ www.eastconn.org Why do we have such strong opinions about immigration? Why do we have such strong emotions about immigration? http://dailycaller.com/2010/04/29/george-will-a-law-arizona-can-live-with/

Stephen Colbert on Immigration http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1T75jBYeCs Ravensteins Laws of Migration & Gravity Model What is the Gravity Model? Ravensteins Laws of Migration

1. Every migration flow generates a return or counter-migration 2. The majority of migrants move a short distance 3. Migrants who do move longer distances tend to choose large cities 4. Urban residents are less migratory than rural folk 5. Families are less likely to make

international moves than young adults Why do humans move?

Voluntary Migration Forced Migration such as slavery Map page 82 Other Forced Migrations you may not know Britain to Australia Native Americans in the US Soviet Union moving non-Russians to Central Asia and Siberia

Jews moving out of Western Europe Migration Migration long term location of an individual

External and Internal Emigration (E=Exit)out migration

Immigration in migration Internal Migration U.S. trend (p. 81) How can professional sports show us the internal demographic shifts of the last 40-75 years? Migration concepts

Distance Decay More accurate perceptions of nearer places than far away places. Farther away from origin one gets, less likely a behavior, activity, interaction will decay or cease. Chain Migration family member leaves,

sends word back, more come Step Migration most migrations actually done in segments Farm Village Town Suburb City Migration concepts - continued

Intervening Opportunity immigrant has an intended destination, but does not reach that destination, instead settles somewhere along the way EXAMPLE African Americans after WWI migrate seeking work in Detroit, Chicago and Cleveland only to find employment

and stay in St. Louis and Cincinnati. Non-permanent migration Cyclic cyclical movement of people involves journeys that bring us back home. Our daily commute-(activity spaces)

Snowbirds people (elderly) spending the winter in warmer climate locations. Nomads it is both for survival and cultural. Periodic usually involves a longer period of time away from home.

Migrant laborers can be cyclical but most often involves longer periods of time bordering on permanence. College students, Military Migration

Migration Counter-stream migration path in the opposite direction. Not everyone who migrates intends to remain permanently at the place of destination. Examples person unhappy at new destination or simply feeling the familial or nationalistic pull.

Catalysts of Migration Economic Conditions Political (Berlin, Hong Kong, Iran) War Environmental (Chernobyl, New Orleans, Ethiopia)

Culture and Traditions (Israel) Technological Advances (Return migration to the South) Flow of Information Remember if you have what the U.S. wants you can come in anytime (sort of)! Examples: certain degrees, money, skills Millions move across international borders

Most for jobs/better life

Most people move for $ or Others because of war, environmental problems Immigration is causing great pressure on some countries, i.e., more pop. growth due to immigration than natural growth Remember most population growth globally is in Developing World

Push/Pull Factors

Push factors causing people to leave a place Pull factors which attract people to places from other places Push factors more likely to be perceived accurately. WHY?

Because they are local. Pull factors more vague. Perceptions tend to be overly positive. What are your perceptions of places? PUSH and PULL FACTORS Types of Push and Pull Factors pp. 77-79

Economic Conditions Political Circumstances Armed Conflict and Civil War Environmental Conditions Culture and Traditions Technological Advances

Zelinsky Model Wilbur Zelinsky Migration Transition Model It is the migration pattern in a society that results from the

social and economic changes that also produce the demographic transition. Zelinsky states: *International migration is a phenomenon of countries

largely in Stage 2-3 of the DTR. Many look for increased opportunities to move to another country. Internal migration is also common causing increased urbanization in cities least able to absorb it. Zelinsky states:

*Countries in Stage 3 and 4 of the DTM are largely the destinations of the Stage 2 migrants. Within Stage 3 and 4, countries

movement is largely intraregional and increasingly a factor contributing to urban sprawl. US Immigration Mexican Immigration What complications can we think

about when it comes to immigration?

Food supplies and costs Social services costs Construction workers and costs Whos bringing immigrants in? What else encourages immigrants to come? Isnt this an issue of Supply and Demand? Internal growth and loss

http://econwatson.blogspot.com/2011/05/us-demographic-and-labor-changes.html International Migration into the US flow lines http://mapmaker.rutgers.edu/355/foreignBornFlowline.gif Historical Immigration into US - p. 93 http://www.susps.org/overview/numbers.html

The History of US Immigration European Immigration into US What if the US had only relied on fertility? http://www.susps.org/overview/numbers.html See why elections are changing? http://www.vdare.com/posts/rep-gutierrez-recommends-illegal-aliens-carry-library-cards

Hispanic Migration and Fertility ://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=153592 http Interactive Internal Migration

Get your smart devices if you got em http://www.forbes.com/special-report/201 1/migration.html http://flowingdata.com/wp-content/ uploads/yapb_cache/

immigration_map1.321vwuwrgl2c8cg 8owkwgo00w.8td8r2s3w1cs4kksc4ok ksgg8.th.jpeg You cant get there from here

What role does distance decay play in migration? Step Migration Intervening Opportunity Chain Migration

Return or Counter-migration

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