APHG3

Created by ajt1022 

Upgrade to
remove ads

Chapter 3 Migration The Cultural Landscape: Introduction to Human Geography

...

`1) The ability to move from one location to another is A) migration

B) mobility. C) net migration. D) voluntary migration.

2) A permanent move to a new location is

A) migration. B) mobility. C) net migration. D) net in-migration.

3) A country has net in-migration if emigration ________ immigration. A) equals B) exceeds C) is closer to net migration than

D) is less than

4) Refugees migrate primarily because of which type of push factor? A) economic B) environmental

C) cultural

D) circulation

...

5) Which of the following events would be considered a migration pull factor? A) revolutionary takeover of a government

...

B) failed harvest C) flooding of a river

D) opening of a new factory

6) Several million Irish migrated in the 1840s primarily because A) the English forced them to become refugees.

...

...

B) disastrous economic conditions pushed them out of the country.

C) poor environmental conditions induced them to migrate. D) they were attracted to the United States.

...

7) According to the U.S. Committee for Refugees, the two largest groups of international refugees are

...

A) Vietnamese and Indonesian.

B) Palestinian and Afghan.

C) Sudanese and Colombian. D) Mexican and Colombian.

...

8) According to the U.S. Committee for Refugees, the two largest groups of internal refugees are in

...

A) Vietnam and Indonesia. B) Palestine and Afghanistan.

...

...

C) Sudan and Colombia. D) Congo and Uganda.

9) Millions of West Africans who migrated to Nigeria during the 1970s, when the country's economy expanded, were expelled during the 1980s, when the country's economy declined. This is an example of

...

A) an economic migration factor changing to an environmental migration factor.

...

B) emigration changing to immigration. C) forced migration changing to voluntary migration.

...

...

) a pull factor changing to a push factor.

10) The most important pull factor for migrants to North America is

A) economic. B) environmental. C) forced.

D) political.

...

11) A physical feature, such as a body of water, which hinders migration is an example of

...

A) an environmental push factor. B) a forced migration.

...

...

C) an intervening obstacle. D) a political pull factor.

12) Which factor usually induces voluntary migration?

A) economic B) environmental C) international D) political

13) People are forced to migrate primarily because of which factor? A) economic B) environmental

...

C) international

D) cultural

14) The purpose of the enclosure movement in England was to

...

...

A) promote more efficient agriculture. B) encourage emigration to the United States.

C) provide more workers for factories. D) keep people in England.

...

15) Millions of Europeans were forced to emigrate from their farms because of A) a decline in food supplies.

...

B) poor economic prospects in the rapidly growing cities.

C) forced consolidation of farms.

D) increased crude death rates.

...

16) The most popular destination for voluntary migrants from Great Britain has been A) Asia. B) Australia.

...

...

C) North America. D) South America.

17) Most migrants to the United States during the peak of the1840s and 1850s came from which part of Europe?

...

A) central

B) north and west C) south and east D) south and west

18) Most migrants to the United States during the peak of the late nineteenth century came from which part of Europe?

...

A) central

B) north and west C) south and east D) south and west

19) Most migrants to the United States during the early twentieth century came from which part of Europe?

...

A) central B) north and west

C) south and east D) south and west

20) Most migrants to the United States during the late 1960s and early 1970s came from A) Africa.

...

...

B) Asia. C) Europe. D) Latin America.

21) Which country is the second leading source of U.S. immigrants from Latin American? A) Guatemala

...

B) Cuba C) Mexico

D) Dominican Republic

22) Norwegians were most likely to immigrate to the United States A) prior to 1840.

...

B) during the 1840s and 1850s.

C) during the 1880s and 1890s. D) during the U.S. Civil War.

23) Migration to the United States declined during the 1920s primarily because of

...

A) economic depression in the United States. B) forced migration after World War I.

...

...

C) imposition of quota laws. D) declining demand for industrial workers.

24) The main impact of the 1920s quota laws on the national origin of immigrants to the United States was to

...

A) encourage more migration from Asia and Latin America.

B) admit migrants mostly from Europe.

C) permit migrants from any region of the world. D) all of the above

...

25) The largest numbers of recent immigrants to the United States are A) illegal immigrants.

...

B) political refugees. C) relatives of U.S. residents. D) talented professionals.

...

26) Brain drain is A) the large-scale emigration of talented people.

...

B) the process by which people are given reference for migration.

...

C) people forced to migrate for political reasons. D) a cultural feature that hinders migration.

...

27) Most Asians are currently migrating to the United States through the process of A) boat people.

...

B) brain drain.

C) chain migration. D) illegal immigration.

28) The largest number of legal immigrants to the United States come from what country? A) Cuba

...

...

B) Mexico C) the Philippines D) South Korea

29) The largest number of undocumented immigrants to the United States come from what country? A) Cuba

...

...

B) Mexico C) the Philippines D) South Korea

30) The destination for most undocumented immigrants entering Mexico is A) work in factories in northern Mexico.

...

B) work on fruit plantations. C) Mexico City.

D) the U.S. border.

31) According to the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act, undocumented immigrants were

...

...

A) permitted to become legal residents. B) increasingly deported if caught.

C) encouraged to remain because of shortages of workers. D) no longer eligible for public services in the United

...

States.

...

32) Pollero or coyote is a term for A) an undocumented immigrant from Mexico.

...

Please allow access to your computer’s microphone to use Voice Recording.

Having trouble? Click here for help.

We can’t access your microphone!

Click the icon above to update your browser permissions above and try again

Example:

Reload the page to try again!

Reload

Press Cmd-0 to reset your zoom

Press Ctrl-0 to reset your zoom

It looks like your browser might be zoomed in or out. Your browser needs to be zoomed to a normal size to record audio.

Please upgrade Flash or install Chrome
to use Voice Recording.

For more help, see our troubleshooting page.

Your microphone is muted

For help fixing this issue, see this FAQ.

Star this term

You can study starred terms together

NEW! Voice Recording

Create Set