Geography:california Geography,Simple coursework, please let me know if you have any questions. If you need more space, please use another page. I don’t need any bibliography or work cited. Use these links to help: http://www.ppic.org/blog/how-the-census-

Simple coursework, please let me know if you have any questions. If you need more space, please use another page. I don’t need any bibliography or work cited. Use these links to help: http://www.ppic.org/blog/how-the-census-affects-state-finances/ http://www.ppic.org/publication/immigrants-in-california/ http://www.ppic.org/publication/the-2020-census-and-political-representation-in-california/ https://censusreporter.org/profiles/04000US06-california/ 17. What do you think is the most important migration question for California? Why? 18. Define the following terms: migration, in-migration, out-migration, net migration, intra-state, interstate and international migration. (See Selby and posted powerpoint slides.) 19. What does the Distance Decay Curve suggest about migration? (See powerpoint slides.) 20. Define push & pull factors. What push and pull factors affect California migration patterns? Provide three examples, one from the 19th, one from the 20th and one from the 21st century. (See Selby and Walker & Lodha.) 21. According to the California Legislative Analyst’s Office, how have California’s domestic migration patterns changed since 2007? From which three or four U.S. states does California have the greatest net gain of residents? To which three or four states does California have the greatest net loss of residents? (See relevant posted article.) 22. Describe international immigration to California between 1850 and 2010, as outlined by Walker and Lodha on pp. 26-29. Do any of these patterns surprise you? 23. What is a sending region? What has been the sending region for the majority of California’s international immigrants in the last ten years, since about 2008? 24. What percent of California’s current population is foreign-born? (See Census and relevant posted PPIC Report.) How does that compare to California’s foreign-born population 100 years ago, in the early 20th century? Do you think this population statistic matters? Why or why not? 25. What is forced migration? What is a refugee? (See posted powerpoint slides.) 26. What is unauthorized migration? What percentage of California’s foreign-born population is undocumented? Which California counties have the highest percentage of undocumented immigrants, according to Walker & Lodha? 27. What do you think tends to happen to international migration between sending and receiving countries when income disparities between those places disappear?

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