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Human Geography

Madison Fieber
AP Human Geography Vocab Mashup
4th Hour
Across
Migration to a distant destination that occurs in stages.
Unknown generation, no identity,self-reliance, beginning of computer age, rise of divorce.
During the migration of the U.S.,post WWII to the present, movement of Sun Belt states.
A factor that influences fertility, mortality and migration rates through gender empowerment, attitudes through family planning, contraception, marrying age, and family size
A factor that influences fertility, mortality and migration rates through MDC/LDC,education level, employment opportunity, nutrition, healthcare, gender empowerment.
During the migration of the U.S., the beginning of population, movement westward, industrialization.
An individual who chooses to move, typically based on push-pull factors.
The movement of people from the countryside to the city.
The states in the South and West coast where decades ago, large number of privileged. whites moved across the country
Demographic factors that affect population growth and decline that involve a degree of performance when moving to a new locale.
A person with temporary permission to work in another country.
A factor that influences fertility, mortality and migration rates through religion/morality, ethnicity, values/attitudes, gender empowerment.
Having legal property rights over another human and forcing them to obey.
A factor that influences fertility, mortality and migration rates through government policies, gender empowerment, conflicts/war.
Fought in WWI, hard-timers.
Seasonal movement of pastoral nomads who move livestock between summer and winter pasture.
Down
Fought in WWII
Migration across national boundaries.
Pre-meditated effort to destroy a national, ethic, racial, religious group,
Immigrants who follow family and/or friends to the same destination.
During the migration of the U.S.,movement of African American from rural south to all over U.S.
European immigrants.
Grew up during WWII, fought in Korean war.
Area in upper mid-west that had been an industrial powerhouse, but lost much of their economic base to other parts of the world.
Individuals, protected by law who cross national boundaries to seek safety from armed conflict or persecution.