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Sub-Saharan Africa. Eastern Europe. Central America. Iberia. Southeast Asia.

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  1. The largest number of internal refugees are found in • Sub-Saharan Africa. • Eastern Europe. • Central America. • Iberia. • Southeast Asia.

  2. The largest number of internal refugees are found in • Sub-Saharan Africa. • Eastern Europe. • Central America. • Iberia. • Southeast Asia. Explanation: Figure 3-25 graphically portrays the magnitude of internal displacement in Africa.

  3. Which region has the greatest number of international refugees? • Southeast Asia • West Africa • Siberia • South America • Middle East and Southwest Asia

  4. Which region has the greatest number of international refugees? • Southeast Asia • West Africa • Siberia • South America • Middle East and Southwest Asia Explanation: FIGURE 3-25 graphically portrays the magnitude of international displacement in Palestine and Afghanistan.

  5. Moving from San Francisco to Iowa would be considered • international migration. • intraregional migration. • interregional migration. • forced migration. • net migration.

  6. Moving from San Francisco to Iowa would be considered • international migration. • intraregional migration. • interregional migration. • forced migration. • net migration. Explanation: Moving from one regionto another—the West Coast to the Midwest—is an interregional migration.

  7. Globally, the largest source of international migrants is • North America. • South America. • Africa. • Asia. • Europe.

  8. Globally, the largest source of international migrants is • North America. • South America. • Africa. • Asia. • Europe. Explanation: Asia sends the largest number of migrants globally. The flow of migrants is predominantly from less-developed countries to Europe and North America.

  9. Globally, the most likely destination of international migrants is • Australia. • China. • Germany. • Japan. • the United States.

  10. Globally, the most likely destination of international migrants is • Australia. • China. • Germany. • Japan. • the United States. Explanation: The United States attracts the majority of immigrants. Other destinations include: Australia, Canada, France, and Germany.

  11. In which decade was immigration into the United States the lowest? • 1880s • 1930s • 1950s • 1970s • 1990s

  12. In which decade was immigration into the United States the lowest? • 1880s • 1930s • 1950s • 1970s • 1990s Explanation: Immigration to the United States declined due to restrictive legislation and the global economic depression.

  13. Which country has been the largest source of immigrants from Asia to the United States over the last two decades? • China • India • Japan • Philippines • South Korea

  14. Which country has been the largest source of immigrants from Asia to the United States over the last two decades? • China • India • Japan • Philippines • South Korea Explanation: India has sent 65,000 immigrants to the United States.

  15. The greatest number of undocumented immigrants in the United States come from • Canada. • Caribbean. • China. • Germany. • Mexico.

  16. The greatest number of undocumented immigrants in the United States come from • Canada. • Caribbean. • China. • Germany. • Mexico. Explanation: It is estimated that 9.3 million undocumented individuals entered the U.S. in 2007. 5.3 million were from Mexico.

  17. People in the Soviet Union voluntarily migrated to the Far North because of _________, but many of the migrants left the Far North less than a year later because of _____________. • economic pull factors; environmental push factors • environmental push factors; cultural pull factors • cultural pull factors; environmental push factors • economic pull factors; cultural push factors • economic push factors; environmental pull factors

  18. People in the Soviet Union voluntarily migrated to the Far North because of _________, but many of the migrants left the Far North less than a year later because of _____________. • economic pull factors; environmental push factors • environmental push factors; cultural pull factors • cultural pull factors; environmental push factors • economic pull factors; cultural push factors • economic push factors; environmental pull factors Explanation: High wages enticed people to move and the long, cold winters made them want to return home.

  19. Which decade witnessed the least movement of the United States’ center of population? • 1810s • 1830s • 1850s • 1920s • 1950s

  20. Which decade witnessed the least movement of the United States’ center of population? • 1810s • 1830s • 1850s • 1920s • 1950s Explanation: Restrictive immigration legislation and the onset of the Great Depression resulted in fewer people moving west than in previous decades.

  21. In which decade has the lowest percentage of Americans moved? • 1950s • 1960s • 1970s • 1980s • 1990s

  22. In which decade has the lowest percentage of Americans moved? • 1950s • 1960s • 1970s • 1980s • 1990s Explanation: Americans are choosing to move less these days because more Americans are homeowners and fewer families have only a single income.

  23. Which two regions of the country have had the most out-migration in the last 30 years? • Northeast and Midwest • Northeast and West • Midwest and South • South and Northeast • South and West

  24. Which two regions of the country have had the most out-migration in the last 30 years? • Northeast and Midwest • Northeast and West • Midwest and South • South and Northeast • South and West Explanation: A lot of people have left the “rust belt” and relocated to the “sun belt.”