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GGR323 - Population Mobility
- living counter-productive lifestyle
- poor diet, lack of physical activity, etc
- increasing urbanization, sedentary occupations
population redistribution
- relieving population pressures by moving population elsewhere
- immigrants:
- typically younger
- relatively wealthy
- certain levels of education and skill
- people in higher class, have initiative, etc
- removing leaders of society from developing country - counter-productive
- remittances - money not used in process of development, but more in consumption
- give rise to increase in standard of living without producing benefits
- system of dependency
aging population, population decline
- primary mechanism - maintain population number
- need people to support labour force
- immigration policies becoming more restricted and selective
- cultural and ethic areas (suburban) are more popular - higher levels of cultural isolation
- impact assimilation - less likely to take place
graph
- family decline
- economic increase
- immigration policy more selective
- majority of immigrants fall in labour force age group
immigration policy
- most problems lie in process of selection
- using education as proxy for skills
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Poor diet, lack of physical activity, etc. Relieving population pressures by moving population elsewhere. People in higher class, have initiative, etc. Removing leaders of society from developing country - counter-productive. Remittances - money not used in process of development, but more in consumption. Give rise to increase in standard of living without producing benefits. System of dependency aging population, population decline. Immigration policies becoming more restricted and selective. Cultural and ethic areas (suburban) are more popular - higher levels of cultural isolation. Impact assimilation - less likely to take place graph. Majority of immigrants fall in labour force age group immigration policy. Most problems lie in process of selection. Using education as proxy for skills www. notesolution. com refugees. Dealing with refugees that are more in less developed regions of the world. Where they"re moving from (less developed country) and where they"re moving to (another poor country) Repatriation - sent back to country of origin - desired option!

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