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Rural-Urban Migration


Explain reasons for internal, rural-urban population migrations.

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Rural-Urban Migration


Explain reasons for internal, rural-urban population migrations.

rural: relating to, or characteristic of, countryside and villages.

urban: relating to, or characteristic of, towns and cities.

 

patterns of internal migration

  1. Describe the pattern of internal migration shown on the map. (3 marks)
 

rural urban migration in china

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Voluntary & Involuntary Migration


Describe and suggest reasons for voluntary and involuntary international population migrations.

Voluntary & Involuntary Migration


Describe and suggest reasons for voluntary and involuntary international population migrations.

 

Migrations are either internal (within the country) or international (from one country to another).

They can be further classified as voluntary (where the individual decides to move) or involuntary (where there is little choice but to move).

 

IGCSE Book // 32-37

 

PUSH AND PULL FACTORS

  1. Read p 32
  2. List Push and Pull factors in two columns.


modern human migration 

 

TASK

  1. Choose 2 migration events from the map above.
  2. Add these to your map and colour the source and destination countries. Name the countries.
  3. Research the main reasons for these migrations and annotate the map with this information.
  4. Add illustrations.
  5. Give your map an appropriate title.
 

involuntary (forced) migration

case study rwanda genocide 1994

 

Draw a sketch map showing the location of Rwanda in Central Africa

 

documentary: rwanda's untold story

Impacts of Migration


Describe positive and negative impacts on the destination and origin of migrants as well as migrants themselves

Impacts of Migration


Describe positive and negative impacts on the destination and origin of migrants as well as migrants themselves