Immigration from Mexico to Europe ( push and pull)
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Vocabulary

10 vocab words and sentences.

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emigrant: a person who leaves a country

immigrant: a person who settles ina new countrysteerage: the cheapest deck on a ship

push-pull factors: factors that push people out of their native lands and pull them toward a new palce

famine: a severe food shortage  trickle-flow in a small stream.

ancestors-a person, typically one more remote than a grandparent, from whom one is descended.

synagogue-the building where a Jewish assembly or congregation meets for religious worship and instruction.

fugitives- person who has escaped from a place or is in hiding, esp. to avoid arrest or persecution.

migration-movement from one part of something to another.


1.Many of the Irish emigrants went to America or Canada.

2.We will put in place 24-hour security at ports to prevent illegal immigration.

3.Approaching Salter's Lode Lock somewhat fast to get steerage, as going with a serious flood tide.

4. Push-pull factors allowed me to leave my country and come to the United States.

5.Kenyan has appealed for $ 150m to save the lives of people threatened by famine.

6.Trickle ventilator may be incorporated within the window frame

.7.If this turns out to be your husband's ancestor then I have a family tree that will take the pedigree back many generations.

8.It is completely unlike the popular picture of an old orthodox synagogue which ladies segregated behind an iron grid.

9.Apart from the need to arrest the fugitives, it was pointed out that there are serious problems with the finances of the court.

10.There is a similar debate taking place in the USA in respect of irregular migration from Mexico.

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Pull Factors in Migration | Globalization101

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The pull factors of migration
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This document states the obvious as well. It shows the difference between the u.s. and Mexico. As you can see Mexico didn't have many opportunities as the United States. With that being said, since the U.S. had more advantages for the immigrants that was a pull factor for them.  Many mexicans migrated to the U.s. because they had cheap labor as well as income. The U.S. had many more job opportunities , and higher wages.

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Dasjah's curator insight, February 3, 2014 4:28 PM

This is the only website that actually discussed Mexicans migration.  Mexicans unemployment rate has always remained lower than the U.S. mexicans didnt have much freedom and they also had really low wages, thefore that was a push factor. The U.S. had freedom, and better jobs. With that being said, that was a pull factor.

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Integration of Push Marketing Campaigns into Social Media | Social Media Today

Integration of Push Marketing Campaigns into Social Media | Social Media Today | Immigration from Mexico to Europe ( push and pull) | Scoop.it
Many people are shifting from push marketing to strictly pull marketing, and we’ll see why strictly pull marketing techniques simply will not get the job done when considering the overall scope of marketing campaigns pitted against the available methods which consumers choose to find your businesses, if at all.
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On this website it involves "push and pull " as far as marketing.  Pull marketing , is when you offer interesting deals, discounts or bonuses, companies can natural obtain traffic solely by their well-developed name and natural search visibility. Push Marketing is when you  push advertisements towards people, nearly begging them to visit their site or buy their wares. This all relates to my topic very similar, something pushes them away from something , and something even better comes along and pulls them in.

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Push and Pull of Immigration: Letters from Home - Johnstown Heritage Discovery Center

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In this picture it shows a mother and her two children . More than likely this family isn't happy about where they stay or they got forced to leave. As you can see, they have none of their belongings, so its possible they go forced to leave.  This family is waiting for the ship to arrive, so their able to migrate somewhere else. More than likely they'll be going somewhere with more freedom.

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Dasjah's curator insight, February 3, 2014 4:23 PM

On this webste, i basically gives the meaning of (push and pull ). Push are things that push you away from your country and pull are things that pull you towards the country.  This website was mainl focusd on Native Americans, as well as Europeans, etc.  Between the 1830s and 1870s half a million of new immigrants came to Pennsylvania.

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Push and Pull of Immigration: Letters from Home - Johnstown Heritage Discovery Center

Dasjah's insight:

On this webste, i basically gives the meaning of (push and pull ). Push are things that push you away from your country and pull are things that pull you towards the country.  This website was mainl focusd on Native Americans, as well as Europeans, etc.  Between the 1830s and 1870s half a million of new immigrants came to Pennsylvania.

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Dasjah's curator insight, February 3, 2014 4:37 PM

In this picture it shows a mother and her two children . More than likely this family isn't happy about where they stay or they got forced to leave. As you can see, they have none of their belongings, so its possible they go forced to leave.  This family is waiting for the ship to arrive, so their able to migrate somewhere else. More than likely they'll be going somewhere with more freedom.

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12 Sentence Paragraphs

"Push and Pull"

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Push and pull factors are terms often used for migration. Push factors are factors or causes with which people tend to be pushed away or repelled from certain locations. While pull factors are those conditions that attract people to a particular location. These factors may be due to economic, environmental, religious and even political conditions present in the concerned locations. Many people from Mexico, Europe , etc had to go through these things.  All the documents i researched all had the same meaning, "push and pull'. Regardless if it were a different country or not, everyone went through the same problems. A family was either forced from their home , or couldn't support their family.  Most of the families , found opportunities for their family which was in the U.S .  The U.S. has always been a get away state for immigrants and they took advantage of that. I don't really blame them because you have to do what you can in order to provide for your family. 

 

The significance for society today is basically allowing these immigrants to actually work in better jobs, with better pay. With that being said these immigrants would be able to make enough money and send it back to their hometown to help others if they needed.  

The ethnic, religious, and cultural diversity brought by immigrants in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries has shaped American history and politics. Immigrants not only provided labor for the growing economy but also gave the United States a distinctly unique social and political culture. These effects continue today. For example,The urban political machine is one example of how immigrants helped shape the American political system. Many immigrants in the late nineteenth century were welcomed by political parties and given homes and jobs. In return, the political parties asked for the immigrants’ votes and political support. This trading of votes for services is known as machine politics, which dominated many cities for decades. With that being said, immigrants actually did a lot by coming down here for themselves and the U.S. as well.  

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The North :1800S 1850S

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This document is pretty obvious with what it's trying to say. It's showing examples of this that pulls immigrants to another country, and push factors that push them away from their country. Most immigrants didn't have much freedom or a lot of space , nor economic support, so they had to find it somewhere else.  Their population growth started to get ridiculous , so they had to find somewhere they'd be comfortable. Crop failure started , causing food shortages.  From the looks of things, some of the people weren't to ready to leave, because that was their hometown. others, were pretty excited and ready to start their new life. 

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Dasjah's curator insight, February 3, 2014 4:12 PM

On this website i learned that Europe didnt have many opportunities for people. Europe had better food and homes , causing Europe to be over crowded. Landlords took advantage of the Europians as well. Landlords were so busy worried abou having larger farms , they forced people out their homes. In the U.S.  their was freedom as well as plentiful land.

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In Sales Management, the Waning Power of "Push" and "Pull"

In Sales Management, the Waning Power of "Push" and "Pull" | Immigration from Mexico to Europe ( push and pull) | Scoop.it
Incentives and directives are less effective ways to manage your salespeople.
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This website discusses how management companies use "push and pull". Sales managers “push” salespeople by directing activities and demanding results. The extreme case of “push” is the command-and-control way of working, where leaders determine what needs to be achieved and how it will be achieved. At the same time, companies “pull” salespeople by setting goals and providing incentives and recognition for success. This relates to my topic, because the countries people stayed in , they got pushed away by either being forced or because of lack of freedom, or even money. They got pulled to new countries, because of freedom, more opportunities , and higer wages.

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Pull Factors in Migration | Globalization101

The pull factors of migration
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This is the only website that actually discussed Mexicans migration.  Mexicans unemployment rate has always remained lower than the U.S. mexicans didnt have much freedom and they also had really low wages, thefore that was a push factor. The U.S. had freedom, and better jobs. With that being said, that was a pull factor.

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Dasjah's curator insight, February 5, 2014 2:08 PM

This document states the obvious as well. It shows the difference between the u.s. and Mexico. As you can see Mexico didn't have many opportunities as the United States. With that being said, since the U.S. had more advantages for the immigrants that was a pull factor for them.  Many mexicans migrated to the U.s. because they had cheap labor as well as income. The U.S. had many more job opportunities , and higher wages.

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The North :1800S 1850S

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On this website i learned that Europe didnt have many opportunities for people. Europe had better food and homes , causing Europe to be over crowded. Landlords took advantage of the Europians as well. Landlords were so busy worried abou having larger farms , they forced people out their homes. In the U.S.  their was freedom as well as plentiful land.

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Dasjah's curator insight, February 5, 2014 1:56 PM

This document is pretty obvious with what it's trying to say. It's showing examples of this that pulls immigrants to another country, and push factors that push them away from their country. Most immigrants didn't have much freedom or a lot of space , nor economic support, so they had to find it somewhere else.  Their population growth started to get ridiculous , so they had to find somewhere they'd be comfortable. Crop failure started , causing food shortages.  From the looks of things, some of the people weren't to ready to leave, because that was their hometown. others, were pretty excited and ready to start their new life.