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Migration – can be daily seasonal, or permanent. Here we are looking at the reasons why people move And change their home permanently
Migration can be Voluntary orForced Migration can be Local or International
People migrate for a variety of Reasons Push Factors are why you want to leave one place Pull Factors are what you hope will be better in the place you move to
Jobless workers in New York line up at a job expo. Unemployed workers need extended unemployment, health benefits and training opportunities.
Myanmar's Suu Kyi under house arrest after release from hospital
The Caatinga – Brazils drought zone. No work – only farm labouring Few opportunities…. POVERTY!
Volcano primary hazard - lava Secondary hazard – lahar or ash/mudflow
Earthquake causes buildings to collapse Then comes fire
Wars affect the innocent They become refugees from the fighting
There are homeless street children all over the world ….. Some are escaping an unhappy home
Refugees from famine … … move to get food
Rural to urban migration More opportunity
Economic migrants move for a better chance of a job and an improved standard of living But there may be prejudice and persecution
Education… A better chance for the kids Or university for yourself
Rural mud hut To penthouse apartment Or overcrowded favela?
Medical care More available
Family Links Rejoin a relative
2012. Push/Pull Factors Push Factors Pull Factors Factors causing people to leave a location. War Poverty Unemployment Human Rights Abuse Overcrowding.
Theories Of Migration IB SL. Models Ravensteins Laws Of Migration Newtons Gravity Model Zelinskys Model Of Mobility Transition Clarks Model Of Migration.
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The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
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