GGR208H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Final Analysis, Social Capital, Network Theory

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Published on 29 Mar 2018
School
UTM
Department
Geography
Course
GGR208H5
Professor
Guest Lecture
- Migration in simple terms movement of people
o Within a country (domestic) or internationally
o Permanently or semi-permanently
o Time frame
o Keep in mind the distance and dimension this is what makes it difficult to define
o Tourist vs migrant
- Many aspects in social science are also difficult to define
- Migration permanent or semi-permanent movement of people from one place to another
o Relocation of both residential env and activity space
Each one of us has an activity space eg: gym, church, grocery, etc
Developing a new activity space migration
o If u move permanently, you are a migrant but no one moves permanently
Either permanent or semi-permanent
- Patterns of migration
o Inter- intra-continental
o Inter/intra-urban; inter/intra- regional
o Rural-urban migration
o Localized residential shifts
o Suburbanization, counter-urbanization
Common in North America; moreso US
o Exurbanization
Suburbs of suburbs
Joint together
Inner city/core, and interface (exurb)
Link bw suburbs and rural areas
o Transnational and intl migration
Intl migration migration from one country to another
Transnational having connections to the country of origin
Intense onnetions in today’s orld
- Types of migration
o Forced migration
Situation where the migrant is forced to move the decision to move or not to
move
No say in the decision to migrant
Eg: exiled from the country, deportation
Salve trade in the past
o Impelled migration or reluctant relocation
Eg: war zones
Refugees involved have some leeway despite pressure
Maybe not today but tomorrow
Impel compel
Forced migration has more pressure than this one
Still has some duress
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Migration in simple terms movement of people. Guest lecture: within a country (domestic) or internationally, permanently or semi-permanently, time frame, keep in mind the distance and dimension this is what makes it difficult to define, tourist vs migrant. Many aspects in social science are also difficult to define. If u move permanently, you are a migrant but no one moves permanently: either permanent or semi-permanent. Inter/intra-urban; inter/intra- regional: rural-urban migration, localized residential shifts, suburbanization, counter-urbanization, common in north america; moreso us, exurbanization, suburbs of suburbs. Link bw suburbs and rural areas: transnational and intl migration. Intl migration migration from one country to another: transnational having connections to the country of origin. Impelled migration or reluctant relocation: eg: war zones, refugees involved have some leeway despite pressure, maybe not today but tomorrow, forced migration has more pressure than this one, still has some duress. Impel compel: free/voluntary migration, you get to decide when to migrate.

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