• Migration is the movement of people where they change
their residence.
• Different types of migration exist depending on...
• International migration: This is the movement of people
over country borders, for example form SA to New-
Zealand.
• Int...
• Emigration: This is the movement of people from their
own country of origin to another country
• For example, when a Sou...
• Regional migration: This is the movement of people
within a region, like South-Africa.
• It is a sort of international m...
• Rural-urban migration: This is the movement of people
form rural areas to cities and towns, normally within the
same cou...
• Urbanization: This is the result of rural-urban migration,
more people establish themselves in cities and towns.
• Urban-rural migration: This is the movement of people
out of cities and towns to rural areas.
• People can migrate permanently or semi-permanently.
• Permanent migration: This is when people change their
home forever...
• Migration can be voluntary or forced.
• Voluntary migration: When people willingly choose to
migrate.
• Forced migration...
• This means that counties get more integrated and link
with one another, and that boarders between countries
become less ...
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Population movements

The Different types of Migration
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Education      
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Transcripts - Population movements

  • 1. • Migration is the movement of people where they change their residence. • Different types of migration exist depending on the reasons for their movement, as well as time and distance.
  • 2. • International migration: This is the movement of people over country borders, for example form SA to New- Zealand. • International migration can also be emigration or immigration. • It can be short term or permanent.
  • 3. • Emigration: This is the movement of people from their own country of origin to another country • For example, when a South African emigrate to Australia. • Immigration: This is the movement of people to a new country as home. • For example, to migrate form Zimbabwe to South-Africa.
  • 4. • Regional migration: This is the movement of people within a region, like South-Africa. • It is a sort of international migration. • For example, when people move from one country to another country within the South-African developmental community, normally to search for work.
  • 5. • Rural-urban migration: This is the movement of people form rural areas to cities and towns, normally within the same country.
  • 6. • Urbanization: This is the result of rural-urban migration, more people establish themselves in cities and towns.
  • 7. • Urban-rural migration: This is the movement of people out of cities and towns to rural areas.
  • 8. • People can migrate permanently or semi-permanently. • Permanent migration: This is when people change their home forever. • Semi-permanent migration: When people only change their home for a short amount of time. • For example, only for a year or two.
  • 9. • Migration can be voluntary or forced. • Voluntary migration: When people willingly choose to migrate. • Forced migration: This means that a person get forced to migrate, normally because of religion and political factors.
  • 10. • This means that counties get more integrated and link with one another, and that boarders between countries become less important. • Migration benefits from this. • More and more people move within their country and over international boarders.