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Migration

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Migration Human Trafficking Four Global Trends Human trafficking is fueled by these trends: The two pictures below show the origin of trafficking, as well as their destination Citizenship in the United States, Argentina, and Brazil is based differently compared to European countries where it is identified in a more cultural way. Cultural Effects Opposition of immigration in Europe Immigration No money prostitution forced labor bonded labor What is Migration? Migration is the physical movement of persons from one country to another Introducing Migration 10% of the world's population began migrating between the years of 1850 and 1914. Continuing on the years of the 19th century, 15% of the U.S population was foreign born that mainly consisted of European immigrants. Migration in an Earlier Era of Globalization Migration Today Immigrants Migrants come and go due to push factors that make them leave and pull factors that make them come. What are push factors? demand more legal rights and formal recognition countries offer social welfare services When emigrants leave most become refugees because they have to
and others because they are just looking for an easier way to enter
a country. Economic receiving countries want skill workers in and immigrants out What are pull factors? Push factors are the negative things that makes someone want to leave that country.Push factors leave the person, or emigrant, no other choice but to leave either because of persecution, war, slavery, economical reasons or ,many other negative things. Affecting Globalization Pull factors are the positive aspects of a country that make migrants want to go there. If a country has jobs, higher paid wages, freedom, specific culture, or anything that the migrant likes then they are most likely to go there. Migrants mostly migrate to MDC's. About forty million Europeans left their home country to live in other locations such as Australia and the United States. Between 1945 - 1983 many Jewish immigrants were migrating in order to seek refuge from the affects of the holocaust. Post World War 2 Migration Western and Northern europeans migrated to the United States during 1945 - 1965.
Southern and Eastern Europeans migrated to the United States by 1970. When did Europeans migrate to the United States? During world war two, many jewish people witnessed mass murder, and extreme abuse. With their loved ones dead and people that still disapprove of Jews it is hard for them to return home. In order to escape this they must migrate to other places. A very common location was Australia. Why did Europeans migrate to Australia? How many Europeans migrated to the United States? The number of immigrants ranged from 900 to 400,000 per year. Immigrants were blamed for crime, disease and persistence of poverty in the urban centers of the Northeast and Midwest Faced nativism and unsanitary
conditions while migrating Due to increasing immigration, it will cause the society to become multiracial. Additionally, there will be a growth of businesses appealing to multicultural. 'push' and 'pull' factors
increased mobility
increasing involvement of criminal organizations
rising incomes Nativism: opposition to immigration

Push Factors: Factors that attract migrants to another location

Pull Factors: Factors that drive people to leave home
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