In this lesson we defined the fairly ubiquitous terms of mobility and migration within the context of human geographical research. We discussed the potential motivations for migration, but also the fact that migration is a system that incorporates a variety of different factors including macro-structural factors, as well as intervening barriers and conduits. While realizing that the majority of migrants do not have nefarious intentions, we examine potential security issues that may arise around internal and international migration, as well as potential policy implications.
Please return to the Lesson 7: Mobility I - Access, Movement, and Borders module in Canvas where you will find the Lesson 7 Quiz. The quiz will asses your understanding of the Lesson 7 content and associated readings.
Please check the Canvas Syllabus or Calendar for specific time frames and due dates.
Complete all of the Lesson 7 tasks
You have reached the end of Lesson 7! Double-check the to-do list on the Lesson 7 Checklist page to make sure you have completed all of the activities listed there before you begin Lesson 8.
If you have any questions now or at any point during this week, please feel free to post them to the GEOG 571 - General Discussion Forum. (That forum can be accessed at any time in Canvas by opening the Lesson 0: Welcome to GEOG 571 module in Canvas.)