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  1. Rethinking Global Migration MARCELO M. SUÁREZ-OROZCO Ross University Professor at New York University Co-Director, Immigration Studies @ NYU www.nyu.education/immigration NYU, August 12, 2010

  2. The Age of Global Vertigo

  3. Global Migration

  4. Utopia and Dystopia

  5. Love and Work

  6. War ar and Work (and War)

  7. Environmental Migration

  8. Migration by Development

  9. Migration by Continent

  10. Transnational Migration, UNPD, 2010, 214 Million – in 2007: 53 million North North 62 million 14 million 61 million South South

  11. Comparative Transnational Migration, • in 2010 US has 43 Million Immigrants, in 2005: http://www.migrationinformation.org/datahub/charts/6.1.shtml

  12. Rate of Immigration, USA 1890-2010

  13. The New Immigration and the New, New Immigration Top Countries of Birth, 2008 Adapted from Pew Hispanic Center, 2008

  14. The Cultural Psychology of Immigration • Immigration is “of and for” the Family • Separations and Re-Unifications • Transnationalism of the Heart: by the end of the decade remittances surpassed 350 billion dollars –more than double the combined world international aid-India received $27 billion, China $25.7 billion, Mexico $25 billion, Philippines $17 billion (World Bank, 2008)

  15. Distribution of Children by Race and Ethnicity: 1990, 2008, and 2030 *Non-Hispanic. Estimates for 2008 and 2030 for Whites, Blacks and Others are for those who identify with only one race. Source: U.S. Census Bureau and National Center for Health Statistics

  16. Transgenerational Asymmetry Age-Sex Pyramid for Non-Hispanic Whites in the United States, 2006 Current Population Survey

  17. Transgenerational Asymmetry Age-Sex Pyramid for Native-Born Hispanics in the United States, 2006Current Population Survey

  18. The End of Immigration