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International Migration - Mexicans into the USA

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A Woman's Place

Source [April 2007]

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The aim of this lesson:

  • To be able to evaluate international migration in terms of it's geographic (social, economic, environmental and political) impacts at it's origins and destinations.
  • To discuss the causes of voluntary, economic migration.
  • To use Mexicans migrating to the USA as a case-study of international migration.
 
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International Migration Case Study - Mexicans into the USA

 
Construct the following table on a large (A3) piece of paper, aiming to fill each cell of the table with at least one statement/fact/statistic:
 
Geographic (socio-economic, political and environmental) impacts of Internal Migration at their origins and destinations

Origin

Destination

PositiveSocial Impacts

NegativeSocial Impacts

PositiveEconomic Impacts

NegativeEconomic Impacts

PositivePolitical Impacts

NegativePolitical Impacts

PositiveEnvironmental Impacts

NegativeEnvironmental Impacts

 
Geography Review

Review

 
Referring to a specific example, describe the positive | negative impacts that a international migration has had at it's origins | destinations. [6 Marks]
 
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