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An Analysis of Human Migration
__________________________________________________________________________________ Ever since humans learnt to grow crops as a steady source of food humans have migrated in search of conditions better suited to their needs and comforts. Although all of us but the 30-40 million that choose to live the nomadic life have abandoned that lifestyle and moved on to a more ‘civilized’ modern era, migration still remains an option for those of us seeking to take residence in an alternate region of mother earth. The National Geographic Society [1] defines human migration as ‘The movement of people from one place in the world to another for the purpose of taking up permanent or semipermanent residence, usually across a political boundary.’ Migration inside a landmass or political region is called internet migration and outside a physical or political border is called external migration. For example inside moving inside the continent of Australia would be internal migration but moving into a different continent overseas would be external migration. There are a variety of causes for migration, but they haven’t changed much through the years and remain fairly similar to the reasons our ancestors chose to migrate. These reasons can be categorized into two sections; these being push factors and pull factors. Push factors are reasons for leaving a region because of negative properties of the location and Pull factors are reasons for moving into a place because of positive properties of a location. Such factors can further be divided into Environmental factors like climate, Political Factors like war, Economic factors like work, Cultural factors like education and Utility factors like geographic location and socioeconomic status. Statistically speaking, the humans are extremely successful as a species. The 7 billionth human was born not long ago and the 10 billionth is not far away, calculated to be born around the end of the century. The... Show More

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