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Lecture 7

Lecture 7

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Department
Political Science
Course Code
POLD52H3
Professor
Susan Solomon

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October 26
th
, 2010
-emigration of Honk Kong provided scholars with lots of opportunities
-Honk Kong had a tiny population when the British came but 4 years later there were
already thousands of people
-economic and social development has been very rapid
-large number of Hong Kong students go over sees for an education
-the exit and entry option was available in Canada and the U.S for this emigration
-they are not locked in
-they were ambivalent about leaving because despite the fact that they had a long ledia
and they thought they had a lot of info about where they were going to go but there were
some uncertainties like how would they live?
-they still didn’t have the full information
-look at questions 36 and 37
-some argued that economic factors were a big factor and some argued political factors
were more important
-what’s the relationship between economic and political push factors
-people say they work together as one mind set that pushes immigrants to leave or not
-there is a both rise and fall when I comes to emigrating; this is where politics and
economic reasons come to play. Ex. During the depression the amount of migrants
dropped
-those who applied to leave tended to be better off (managers, better paying occupations,
better educated)
-not everybody who applied to leave and was able to leave left
-how much confidence in the Chinese government and the Hong Kong government
-it was very difficult for the lower middle class to leave
-people think of economic factors first and then tie in their political views
-importance of personal factors; played an enormous part in whether or not the residence
would leave
-neerie compares the medium in China on the issue of migration
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October 26 , 2010 -emigration of Honk Kong provided scholars with lots of opportunities -Honk Kong had a tiny population when the British came but 4 years later there were already thousands of people -economic and social development has been very rapid -large number of Hong Kong students go over sees for an education -the exit and entry option was available in Canada and the U.S for this emigration -they are not locked in -they were ambivalent about leaving because despite the fact that they had a long ledia and they thought they had a lot of info about where they were going to go but there were some uncertainties like how would they live? -they still didnt have the full information -look at questions 36 and 37 -some argued that economic factors were a big factor and some argued political factors were more important -whats the relationship between economic and politi
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