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  1. mobility The ability to move from one location to another

  2. migration Permanent move to a new location

  3. A country has net in-migration if emigration is _____________ immigration. less than

  4. _______________ push factors cause most refugees to migrate. cultural

  5. Would opening a new factory be considered a push or pull factor? pull

  6. Why did several million Irish migrate to the United States in the 1840s? poor economic conditions

  7. Two largest groups of international refugees are Palestinian and Afghan.

  8. Two largest groups of internal refugees are in Columbia and Sudan.

  9. When a group migrates to a country for economic reasons and then the economy declines, what is this an example of? when pull factor change to push factors

  10. Most important pull factor to North America is economic.

  11. intervening obstacle A physical feature such as a body of water or mountain range that might limit migration.

  12. A factor that usually induces voluntary migration is economic.

  13. People are forced to migrate primarily because of _____________ factors. cultural

  14. The purpose of the enclosure movement in England was to promote more efficient agriculture.

  15. What did the forced consolidation of farms cause? Millions of Europeans were forced to emigrate from their farms.

  16. Most popular destination for voluntary migration from England is North America.

  17. During the 1840s and 1850s most immigrants to the United States from Europe came from ____________ and ____________ Europe. northern, western

  18. Most immigrants from Europe during the late 19th century came from _______________ and _______________ Europe. northern, western

  19. Most migrants from Europe to the United States during the early 20th century came from ____________ and ______________ Europe. eastern, southern

  20. Most migrants to the U.S. during the 1970s and early 1980s came from Asia.

  21. The __________________ is the second largest source of migrants from Latin America. Dominican Republic

  22. Migrants from Norway or Sweden would most likely come to the U.S. during the 1880s to 1890s.

  23. Why did immigration decline in the United States during the 1920s? quota laws

  24. Major result of quota laws during the 1920s. most migrants came from Europe

  25. The largest group of immigrants to the U.S. today are relatives of U.S. residents.

  26. The large scale emigration of talented people is brain drain.

  27. The process that most Asians are currently migrating to the U.S. chain migration

  28. The largest number of legal immigrants come from Mexico.

  29. The largest number of undocumented workers to the U.S. comes from Mexico.

  30. The destination for most undocumented workers to Mexico is the U.S. border.

  31. The outcome of the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act was undocumented workers were permitted to become legal residents.

  32. Pollero or coyote is someone who helps undocumented workers from Mexico.

  33. Guest workers in Europe and the Middle East are low-status foreigners.

  34. Most European guest workers come from ___________ and __________ Europe. southern, eastern

  35. Most guest workers head to ____________ and ______________ Europe. northern, western

  36. What caused the largest interregional migration in the United States? opening of the western territories

  37. The U.S. center of population has steadily moved west.

  38. The current intraregional trend in the U.S. is moving from urban to suburban.

  39. The largest interregional migration for African-Americans has been from ____________ to ______________. south, north

  40. Large-scale migration took place in Southeast Asia after 1975 because of a communist victory.

  41. boat people refugees from Vietnam

  42. Ethiopia very few immigrants to the U.S.

  43. Migration to the U.S. from Europe increased during the 1800s because of higher natural increase rates.

  44. Guest workers in Europe come from Asia, North Africa, Middle East, and Eastern Europe.

  45. How did the Brazilian government encourage interregional migration? moving the capital to Brazilia

  46. What will cause most population growth in the United States in the next twenty years? net in-migration

  47. The state Assam or Japan is an example of the government limiting immigration

  48. The most prominent intraregional migration in the world is rural to urban.

  49. Desire to change lifestyle is suburbanization in more developed countries.

  50. Migration to rural areas and small towns is counterurbanization