SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Last Chapters: National Product, Polluter Pays Principle, Meritocracy

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Changes in populations occur as a result of three processes: fertility (births), mortality (deaths), and migration (movement from one place to another). Internal migration: movement within national boundaries, urbanization has led to internal migration, drastically affecting the distribution of population. Differential exclusion: according to which immigrants are allowed in certain areas of society chiefly the labour market but denied access to healthcare, education, and social benefits. Assimilationist: whereby immigrants are incorporated into the host society and expected to become the same as the majority. rights while retaining their diversity in language, culture, and other matters. Pluralism: according to which immigrants are encouraged to form ethnic communities that have equal. Discrimination in immigration: immigration regulations permitted discrimination on the basis of racial and ethnic origin until the early. 1960s: preference given to whites, immigration policy also restricted the admission of jews.

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