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AP HUMAN GEO CH. 3 EVERYTHING
This has vocabulary, as well as notes taken in class, notes that I've taken from the book, and questions from the reubenstein website (this set has the same password as the one that doesn't have vocab)
Terms in this set (149)
characteristic spreads from one area to another
spread of bodily movement of people from one place to another
Migration is a form of ___________ diffusion
Reasons for migration can be found from ___________ diffusion
job opportunities, valuable natural resources (uranium, petroleum) to attract miners and engineers, industry to attract factory workers etc.
What are examples of economic push and pull factors
United States and Canada
What are two places that a lot of economic migrants come to?
Scotland and Ireland
Which two places attracted migrants in recent years after decades of net-out migration?
slavery and political instability (forced international migration)
What are examples of cultural push and pull factors?
have no other home until another country agrees to let them in
Palestinian and Afghans
What are the two largest groups of international refugees?
Sudan and Angola
What are the two largest groups of internal refugees?
__________ Europe pulls an increasing # of migrants from __________ Europe for economic reasons
movement away from home for a short period
movement away from home for a longer period (military service, migrant labor etc.)
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