Immigration is a way to move from one country to another country to lived and worked. Nowadays, many people decide to immigrate to have a better life. This essay will look at some causes and effects of immigration.
Firstly, employment opportunities are the most common reason that people decide to emigrate. In other countries, there will be variety kind of jobs and as a result, people will have a lot of opportunities to find a job. Moreover, finding a job in other countries will probably lead to having high salary and modern working environment. For example, many people go to Russia and Korea to work as a construction worker and as a consequence, they earn higher salaries than in their home country. All of these things will possibly lead to immigration.
Another cause of immigration is education opportunities; it will certainly cause directly having better future for children. With a better education, children will have chances to adapt to new style of studying and it might cause children to be a creative, flexible people and they will be able to becoming independence. For instance, studying in a Western university, children can change their study styles, especially they have to adapt with active learning which is spend a lot of time to study by themselves.
This essay has just mentioned two causes of immigration, now it will look at effects.
Overpopulation is the most serious effects of immigration. When a lot of migrants move to other country, it will definitely lead to not having enough space to live and work as well. In addition, when the figure of immigrants increases too fast, it will probably result in not providing enough food demanding. China is one of many examples of this factor, when Vietnamese, Cambodian and Laos people move to China to find a job and lived there. As a result, China is becoming the biggest population in the world and it will also certainly...
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...Format: MLAPages: 5SummaryThis paper is a study of the causes and effects that immigration has caused in the United States Of America, and how migration has centered around the countryThe search for food and new land has driven humans from one end to another end. With time, the need increased into the quest of knowledge and thirst of wisdom, eventually as the periods started to pass by, development started in some countries, and some countries were left far behind. This partial development of the world brought a new kind of movement, known as migration. Countries were jobs, are scarce, and there is not enough money to be made to fulfill dreams, and desire, have started losing their citizens to developed countries, legally and illegally. The United States of America is one such country, where people actually from all known parts of the world have emigrated, for a future full of hope and desire.
The United States of America is perhaps the only country in the world, which is based on the pillars of migration by citizens of other nations over the periods of time. The actual citizens were supposed to be of Red Indian origins, and their tribes were demolished by the British army during their conquests, and the Caucasian population today has their ancestral origins in Europeans invaders and travelers. These settlers then brought in slaves from other parts of the world, mainly then people from Africa, who were of health bodies, and were...
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...The Causes & Effects of Immigration in America
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Economy, Wars and Politics Causes
Many people live in countries with governments and politicians that are corrupt, inefficient or both. Their lives are a daily reminder of the sadness and discomfort that is accompanied by poverty due to a crushed economy. At times the government controls the job market, barring certain people from gaining access to certain professions. They can also have too much debt to other nations to help out their own people or invest in resources to gain competitive economic ground. Many nations are in a state of civil war or war with a neighboring country. People in these countries dream of a place where they can live peacefully and feel safe.
Personal Rights and Freedom Causes
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...Effect of Immigration
Our communities are made up of so many different cultures, in our own group of friends we probably have Hispanics, African Americans, Asians and the list goes on and on. Our country is made up of so many people with different backgrounds that come to make a better future for themselves and their families. We see Hispanic super markets in our community, local Mexican restaurants or even flags from different countries in front of businesses. Immigrants cause an impact in our society politically, economically and culturally.
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...Sherlock Holmes Influencing Modern Science
Sherlock Holmes was a fictional detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock Holmes was a London detective who was famous for his master disguises and his intellectual ability to solve difficult crime cases. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle gave Sherlock Holmes many different ways to solve crimes such as fingerprinting, ballistics and handwriting analysis in order to determine the identity of the suspect. In the early 1900’s, solving a crime was mainly based off of superstition and usually an educated guess. The different methods that Sherlock Holmes used were of course fictional and a fantasy back then. The different types of fantasy methods influenced what we call today Forensic Science. Forensic Science is where the science and law community is used in order to answer questions to criminal as well as civil cases.
In Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle demonstrated the technique of trace of evidence. The technique of evidence helped Edmond Lochard come up with a principle called “Lochards Exchange Principle.” This principle stated “with contact between two items, there will be an exchange”. The principle basically means that every thing on a crime scene is consider evidence. There could be one little tiny hair fiber that could be the main key to solving the whole crime. In his books, Sherlock Holmes would use different tools such as the magnifying glass and the optical microscope in order to look closely and...
...Cause and Effect
People have been deforesting the Earth for thousands of years, primarily to clear land for crops or livestock. Direct causes of deforestation are agricultural expansion, wood extraction; logging or wood harvest for domestic fuel or charcoal, and infrastructure expansion such as road building and urbanization. Rarely is there a single direct cause for deforestation. Usually there are multiplecauses working together simultaneously to cause deforestation. The single biggest direct cause of tropical deforestation is conversion to cropland and pasture, mostly for subsistence, which is growing crops or raising livestock to meet daily needs. The conversion to agricultural land usually results from multiple direct factors, as in countries building roads into remote areas to improve overland transportation of goods. The building of roads itself causes a limited amount of deforestation. But these new roads provide access to previously inaccessible and often unclaimed land. Logging, legal and illegal, often follows these new roads. Then the roads and the logged areas attract settlers, farmers, and ranchers who slash and burn the remaining forest for cropland or cattle pasture, completing the deforestation chain that began with road building. Agriculture-driven deforestation, for subsistence, and large-scale commercial activities are...
...Cause and Effect
To write a cause and effect essay, you’ll need to determine a scenario in which one action or event caused certain effects to occur. Then, explain what took place and why. This essay allows us to identify patterns and explain why things turned out the way that they did.
How do I choose a topic and get started? Try choosing a major event, either in your own life or an event of historical significance. For example, The Great Depression.
Cause of The Great Depression: stock market crash
How would we elaborate? We'd discuss the behaviors, carelessness, errors, and even cultural attitudes that led to the crash—explaining why it was devastating.
Effects of the Great Depression: joblessness & poverty
What should we say about the effects?
•Businesses went under—explain HOW the crash caused this
•Describe poverty in detail—explain how this could’ve been handled more efficiently or even avoided
Narrowing a Large Topic
In a short essay, it might be difficult to tackle the cause and all of the many effects of a big event like the Great Depression. To narrow a cause and effect topic down to a manageable size, ask yourself…
What's the main (most important) cause? Most people attribute it to the stock market crash, so that's a good place to start.
Can I break the...