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AP Human Geography Chapter 3
first generation
migration
emigration
immigration
first to be born here or first to arrive here
the movement from one place to another... -crossing border/bound…
leaving a place
entering a place
first generation
first to be born here or first to arrive here
migration
the movement from one place to another... -crossing border/bound…
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AP Human Geography Rubenstein Chapter 3 Migration
brain drain
chain migration (migration ladder)
circulation
Counterurbanization
Large scale emigration of talented and skilled individuals
A stream of people out of an area as first movers communicate…
Short-term, repetitive, or cyclical movements that recur on a…
the movement of people out of urban areas to escape over crow…
brain drain
Large scale emigration of talented and skilled individuals
chain migration (migration ladder)
A stream of people out of an area as first movers communicate…
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Human Geography - Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Brain drain
Chain migration
Circulation
Counter-urbanization
Large-scale emigration by talented people
Migration of people to a specific location because relatives…
Short-term, repetitive, or cyclical movements that recur on a…
Net migration from urban to rural areas in more developed cou…
Brain drain
Large-scale emigration by talented people
Chain migration
Migration of people to a specific location because relatives…
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AP Human Geography Chapter 3 Review
Net Migration
Circulation
Push Factors
Refugees
The difference between the level of immigration and the level…
Short-term, repetitive, or cyclical movements that occur on a…
Factors causing people to leave a location.
People who are forced to migrate from their home country and…
Net Migration
The difference between the level of immigration and the level…
Circulation
Short-term, repetitive, or cyclical movements that occur on a…
56 terms
Chapter 3 Human Geography
census
vital records
demography
arithmetic/crude density
counts the # of people in a country, region
births, deaths, marriages, divorces, infectious diseases, sta…
study of characteristics of human population
total # of people divided by total land area
census
counts the # of people in a country, region
vital records
births, deaths, marriages, divorces, infectious diseases, sta…
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AP Human Geography Chapter 3
Emigration vs. Immigration
Net Migration
Zelinsky's Migration Transition
Voluntary vs. Forced Migration
Definition: emigration is from a location, immigration is to…
Definition: the difference between the number of immigrants a…
Definition: consists of changes in a society comparable to th…
Definition: voluntary implies the migrant has chosen to move,…
Emigration vs. Immigration
Definition: emigration is from a location, immigration is to…
Net Migration
Definition: the difference between the number of immigrants a…
40 terms
Human Geography | Chapter 3 Migration
migration
immigration
emigration
migration transition
A change in residence intended to be permanent.
the movement of people into a country
the movement of people from a country
a change in the migration pattern in a society that results f…
migration
A change in residence intended to be permanent.
immigration
the movement of people into a country
Human Geography Chapter 3
Age-Sex pyramid
Agricultural Density
Arithmetic Density
Baby Boom
a representation of the population based on its composition a…
ratio between the number of agriculturists per unit of arable…
total number of people divided by the total land area
population of individuals born between the years 1946 and 1964
Age-Sex pyramid
a representation of the population based on its composition a…
Agricultural Density
ratio between the number of agriculturists per unit of arable…
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AP Human Geography Chapter 3
Asylum Seeker
Brain Drain
Chain Migration
Circulation
Someone who has migrated to another country in the hope of be…
Large-scale emigration by talented people.
Migration of people to a specific location because relatives…
Short-term, repetitive, or cyclical movements that recur on a…
Asylum Seeker
Someone who has migrated to another country in the hope of be…
Brain Drain
Large-scale emigration by talented people.
41 terms
Human Geography Chapter 3
remittances
reverse remittances
cyclic movements
periodic movements
Money migrants send back to family
Money family sends to migrants
Movement- for example, nomadic migration- that has a closed r…
for example, college attendance or military service-that invo…
remittances
Money migrants send back to family
reverse remittances
Money family sends to migrants
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Human Geography Chapter 3
Migration
Immigration
Emigration
Chain Migration
Form of relocation diffusion involving a permanent move to ne…
Migration to a location
Migration from a location
Migration of people to a specific location because relatives…
Migration
Form of relocation diffusion involving a permanent move to ne…
Immigration
Migration to a location
Human Geography Chapter 3
Critical Distance
Migration
Intercontinental Migration
Intracontinental Migration
The distance beyond which cost, effort, and means strongly in…
Permanent/planned long-term relocation of residential place a…
continent to continent
within a continent (between countries)
Critical Distance
The distance beyond which cost, effort, and means strongly in…
Migration
Permanent/planned long-term relocation of residential place a…
23 terms
Human Geography Chapter 3
mobility
circulation
migration
emigration
all types of movement from one location to another
short-term, repetitive, or cyclical movements that recur on a…
a from of relocation diffusion involving a permanent move to…
migration from a location
mobility
all types of movement from one location to another
circulation
short-term, repetitive, or cyclical movements that recur on a…
24 terms
Human Geography Chapter 3
Migration
Emigration
Immigration
Net Migration
A form of relocation diffusion involving a permanent move to…
A migration from a location
A migration to a location
The number of immigrants minus the number of emigrants
Migration
A form of relocation diffusion involving a permanent move to…
Emigration
A migration from a location
25 terms
Human Geography Chapter 3
migration
mobility
circulation
net migration
permanent move to a new location
general term concerning all movements from location to location
short-term, repetitive or cyclical movements that recur regul…
difference between the number of immigrants and the number of…
migration
permanent move to a new location
mobility
general term concerning all movements from location to location
26 terms
Human Geography Chapter 3
asylum seeker
brain drain
chain migration
circulation
someome who has migrated to another country in hope of being…
large scale emigration by talented people
migration of people to a specific location because relatives…
short term, repetitive or cyclical movements that recur on a…
asylum seeker
someome who has migrated to another country in hope of being…
brain drain
large scale emigration by talented people
34 terms
Human Geography Chapter 3
Activity space
Brain drain
Brain gain
Chain migration
the local areas within which people move or travel in the cou…
Large scale emigration by talented people
an increase in the number of highly trained, foreign-born pro…
Migration of people to a specific location because relatives…
Activity space
the local areas within which people move or travel in the cou…
Brain drain
Large scale emigration by talented people
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AP Human Geography Chapter 3 KI2
From rural to urban because most jobs…
Missouri
West
Along the Atlantic coast because they…
Why and where most people perform interregional migration today
The average location of everyone in a country
In what direction has the population center consistently shif…
Where were virtually all colonial-era settlements in 1790 and…
From rural to urban because most jobs…
Why and where most people perform interregional migration today
Missouri
The average location of everyone in a country
26 terms
Chapter 3 Human Geography
Arithmetic Density
Basic Demographic Equation
Crude Birth Rate (CBR)
Crude Death Rate (CDR)
A statistic of population density calculated by dividing a co…
A simple equation that hold's that a country population in a…
A simple measure of fertility that represents the number of c…
A measure of mortality that represents the number of deaths p…
Arithmetic Density
A statistic of population density calculated by dividing a co…
Basic Demographic Equation
A simple equation that hold's that a country population in a…
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Human Geography Chapter 3
Nomadism
Periodic Movements
Quotas
Refugees
Movement in which a population shifts from site to site betwe…
Motion that recurs over and over and the period of time requi…
In reference to migration, laws that place maximum limits on…
People who are forced to migrate from their home country and…
Nomadism
Movement in which a population shifts from site to site betwe…
Periodic Movements
Motion that recurs over and over and the period of time requi…
41 terms
Chapter 3 Human Geography
Relocation Diffusion
Expansion Diffusion
1. The reason why migrants move... 2. The…
Economic, Cultural, and Environmental
Spread of characteristic from one place to another through th…
Reason for migrating can be gained from
Ravenstein's Law can be organized into three groups
Three major kinds of push and pull factors
Relocation Diffusion
Spread of characteristic from one place to another through th…
Expansion Diffusion
Reason for migrating can be gained from
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human geography chapter 3
activity space
brain drain/gain
chain migration (migration ladder)
circulation
a space where activities take place
large-scale emigration/immigration of talented people
migration of people to a specific location because of relatives
short-term, repetitive movements the recur on a regular basis
activity space
a space where activities take place
brain drain/gain
large-scale emigration/immigration of talented people
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Human Geography Chapter 3- Kaufman
migration
emigration
immigration
net migration
permanent move to a new location
migration from a location
migration to a location
difference between the number of immigrants and the number of…
migration
permanent move to a new location
emigration
migration from a location
38 terms
Human Geography Chapter 3
amnesty act
asian immigrants
asylum seeker
boat people
forgiveness for breaking the law
...
...
...
amnesty act
forgiveness for breaking the law
asian immigrants
...
38 terms
Human Geography chapter 3
A permanent move to a new location
Permanent movement from one country to…
Migration FROM a location
Migration TO a location
Migration
International migration
emigration
Immigration
A permanent move to a new location
Migration
Permanent movement from one country to…
International migration
41 terms
Human Geography Chapter 3
remittances
reverse remittances
cyclic movements
periodic movements
Money migrants send back to family
Money family sends to migrants
Movement- for example, nomadic migration- that has a closed r…
for example, college attendance or military service-that invo…
remittances
Money migrants send back to family
reverse remittances
Money family sends to migrants
26 terms
Human Geography Chapter 3
Asylum Seeker
Brain Drain
Chain Migration
Circulation
Someone who has migrated to another country in the hope of be…
Large-scale emigration by talented people
Migration of people to a specific location because relatives…
Short-term repetitive, or cyclical movements that recur on a…
Asylum Seeker
Someone who has migrated to another country in the hope of be…
Brain Drain
Large-scale emigration by talented people
18 terms
Human Geography Chapter 3
Migration
Emigration
Immigration
Mobility
Type of relocation diffusion (permanent move)
Migration from a locatiom
Migration to a localtion
All types of movement
Migration
Type of relocation diffusion (permanent move)
Emigration
Migration from a locatiom
40 terms
Human Geography | Chapter 3 Migration
migration
immigration
emigration
migration transition
A change in residence intended to be permanent.
the movement of people into a country
the movement of people from a country
a change in the migration pattern in a society that results f…
migration
A change in residence intended to be permanent.
immigration
the movement of people into a country
11 terms
Chapter 3 - Human Geography
Population
Population distribution
Demography
Population Density
total number of people in an area
the way the population is spread out over an area
the science that studies population distribution and change
the average number of people per square mile
Population
total number of people in an area
Population distribution
the way the population is spread out over an area
38 terms
AP Human Geography Chapter 3
remittances
cyclic movement
periodic movement
migration
money migrants send back to family and friends in their home…
movement that has a closed route and is repeated annually or…
movement that involves temporary, recurrent relocation
a change in residence intended to be permanent
remittances
money migrants send back to family and friends in their home…
cyclic movement
movement that has a closed route and is repeated annually or…
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Human Geography: Chapter 3
Why are migrants distributed?
Why do people migrate within a country?
Why do people migrate?
What challenges do migrants face?
- the largest number of migrants are from Asia and Latin Amer…
- long distance migration can be found within the world's lar…
- Economic reasons, political and environmental reasons
- Some countries (including the US) limit the number of immig…
Why are migrants distributed?
- the largest number of migrants are from Asia and Latin Amer…
Why do people migrate within a country?
- long distance migration can be found within the world's lar…
Chapter 3 Human Geography
remittances
cyclic movements
activity spaces
nomadism
money that migrants send back to their friends and family in…
movement that has a closed route that is repeated annually or…
the space with which daily activity occurs
movement among a definite set of places
remittances
money that migrants send back to their friends and family in…
cyclic movements
movement that has a closed route that is repeated annually or…
24 terms
Human Geography chapter 3
Brain Drain
Chain migration
Circulation
Counter urbanization
Large-scale emigration by talented people
Migration of people to a specific location because relatives…
Short-term, repetitive, or cyclical movement that recurs on a…
Net migration from urban to rural areas in more developed cou…
Brain Drain
Large-scale emigration by talented people
Chain migration
Migration of people to a specific location because relatives…
40 terms
Chapter 3 Human Geography
age-dependency ratio
arable land
arithmetic density
asylum
The number of people who are x<15 and x>65 as proportion of t…
Land that can be used for agriculture.
The number of people per unit of area land
Protection from persecutions granted by 1 country to a refuge…
age-dependency ratio
The number of people who are x<15 and x>65 as proportion of t…
arable land
Land that can be used for agriculture.
Human Geography Chapter 3 Vocab
brain drain
chain migration
circulation
counterurbanization
large-scale immigration of talented people
migration of people to a specific location because relatives…
short-term, repetitive, or cyclical movements that recur on a…
net migration from urban to rural areas in more developed cou…
brain drain
large-scale immigration of talented people
chain migration
migration of people to a specific location because relatives…
27 terms
Human Geography Chapter 3
Asylum Seeker
Brain Drain
Chain Migration
Circulation
someone who has migrated to another country in the hope of be…
large-scale emigration by talented people (me)
migration of people to a specific location because relatives…
short-term, repetitive, or cyclical movements that recur on a…
Asylum Seeker
someone who has migrated to another country in the hope of be…
Brain Drain
large-scale emigration by talented people (me)
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7th - Chapter 3 Human Geography
death rate
birthrate
doubling time
population distribution
the number of deaths compared to the total population
the number of babies born compared to the total population
the number of years it takes a population to double
the geographic pattern of where people live on Earth
death rate
the number of deaths compared to the total population
birthrate
the number of babies born compared to the total population
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Human Geography Chapter 3
Remittances
Reverse Remittances
Cyclic Movements
Periodic Movement
Money migrants send back to family and friends in their home…
Remittances from foreign lands to the U.S. The struggling mig…
shorter periods away from home (commuting).
motion that recurs over and over and the period of time requi…
Remittances
Money migrants send back to family and friends in their home…
Reverse Remittances
Remittances from foreign lands to the U.S. The struggling mig…
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AP Human Geography chapter 3
Quota Act and National Origins Act
Immigration Act of 1965
brain drain
guest worker
established limits on the number of people who could immigrat…
Quotas for individual countries were eliminated and replaces…
large-scale emigration of talented people
citizen of a poor country who is permitted to work in a count…
Quota Act and National Origins Act
established limits on the number of people who could immigrat…
Immigration Act of 1965
Quotas for individual countries were eliminated and replaces…
20 terms
AP Human Geography Chapter 3
Emigration v. Immigration (KI1)
Net migration (KI1)
Zelinsky's migration transition (KI1)
Voluntary v. Forced Migration (KI1)
Emigration is the migration from a location; immigration is t…
The difference between the level of immigration and the level…
The model that shows the type of migration based on how devel…
Voluntary is migration by choice while forced is permanent mi…
Emigration v. Immigration (KI1)
Emigration is the migration from a location; immigration is t…
Net migration (KI1)
The difference between the level of immigration and the level…
40 terms
Chapter 3 Human Geography
remittances
reverse remittances
cyclic movements
periodic movement
money migrants send back to family and friends in their home…
migrants asking for money from families back home
movement- for example, nomadic migration- that has a closed r…
movement for example, college attendance or military service-…
remittances
money migrants send back to family and friends in their home…
reverse remittances
migrants asking for money from families back home
27 terms
Chapter 3 Human Geography
population distribution
population density
import
export
the geographic pattern of where people live on Earth
the average number of people living within a square mile or k…
to bring in goods from another country
to send goods to another country
population distribution
the geographic pattern of where people live on Earth
population density
the average number of people living within a square mile or k…
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AP Human Geography Rubenstein Chapter 3 Migration
brain drain
chain migration (migration ladder)
circulation
Counterurbanization
Large scale emigration of talented and skilled individuals
A stream of people out of an area as first movers communicate…
Short-term, repetitive, or cyclical movements that recur on a…
the movement of people out of urban areas to escape over crow…
brain drain
Large scale emigration of talented and skilled individuals
chain migration (migration ladder)
A stream of people out of an area as first movers communicate…
34 terms
Human geography Chapter 3
Remittances
Cyclic Movements
Activity Spaces
Nomadism
Money migrants send back to family and friends in their home…
Movement-for example, nomadic migration- that has a closed ro…
The space within which daily activity occurs
Movement among a definite set of places- often cyclic movement
Remittances
Money migrants send back to family and friends in their home…
Cyclic Movements
Movement-for example, nomadic migration- that has a closed ro…
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Human Geography Chapter 3 Vocabulary 11-20
international migration
immigration
internal migration
forced migration
human movement involving movement across international bounde…
the act of a person migrating into a new country or area
human movement within a nation-state, such as ongoingy westwa…
human migration flows in which the movers have no choice but…
international migration
human movement involving movement across international bounde…
immigration
the act of a person migrating into a new country or area
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AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY CHAPTER 3:MIGRATION KEY TERMS
Asylum Seeker
Brain Drain
Chain Migration
Circulation
Someone who has migrated to another country in the hope of be…
Large-scale emigration by talented people.
Migration of people to a specific location because relatives…
Short-term, repetitive, or cyclical movements that recur on a…
Asylum Seeker
Someone who has migrated to another country in the hope of be…
Brain Drain
Large-scale emigration by talented people.
54 terms
Human Geography Chapter 3
arithmetic growth
arithemtic growth is present what time…
exponential/ geometric
neolithic revolution
increase through additon
before 1500 AD
increase through multiplication, after 1500 AD
domestication of agriculture and livestock. transition from h…
arithmetic growth
increase through additon
arithemtic growth is present what time…
before 1500 AD
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AP human geography chapter 3 key issue 3
Refugee
IDP (internally displaced person)
Asylum seeker
floodplain
Definition: A person who has been forced to leave their count…
Definition: Is someone who is forced to migrate but they rema…
someone who has migrated another country in hope of being rec…
an area subject to flooding during a specific number of years…
Refugee
Definition: A person who has been forced to leave their count…
IDP (internally displaced person)
Definition: Is someone who is forced to migrate but they rema…
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Human Geography Chapter 3 Vocabulary 31-42
migration
islands of development
Russification
guest workers
a change in residence intended to be permanent
place built up by a government or corporation to attract fore…
the Soviet policy to promote the diffusion of Russian culture…
legal immigrant who has a work visa, usually short term
migration
a change in residence intended to be permanent
islands of development
place built up by a government or corporation to attract fore…
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