Response Paper: International Migration
Purdue North West University
International migration for many people and it does not matter which country or city in which they reside they have similar reasons. Such as a better way of life for themselves and their family, their current living conditions, better employment opportunities and even something as simple as having food to fed their families. As our text and history shows the war is one of the main components which lead to people leaving their country’s or homes like the Out of Ireland film as to how and why the Devereux family’s land and home were taking way when the English invaded their territory and conquered their land and made it their own. They situation in which they found themselves in with not having any civil rights such as they could not vote and were not allowed to practice their own religion as Catholics were forced to practice the English religion of Protestants.
As their lives was being torn apart and families being separated by countries they were losing their own identifies to strangers of foreign lands. Also like many others like John went in search of a better life and left for American and became prosperous just as many others that escaped the famine of Ireland. The Irish were so many in number that their population was great in numbers and became a politic force. When they wanted to return home it became apparent that there was not many Irish settlers that return to their Mother land only 10%.
In the article of the Two Centuries of International Migration of the people of Asia and Africa was very interesting and the fact that many were used for production which was mainly the sugar production where it was forced emigration...
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...enturies and is still prevalent in today’s society and also the numerous reasons and causes arrange from economic conditions, living conditions, and personal reasons such as reunification with family members that have move to other countries. War, employment, housing, food, shelter to simply a better way life or to escape unfavorable situations that exist in their own country. In the United States there seems to have encountered a tremendous variety of people along with their culture, language and traditions which held structure the United States and other countries to be well-rounded and inclusive with many nationalities. Emigrates to other countries carry with them new ideas, beliefs, communications, cultures and experiences and programs to possible influences other individuals to live up to their full potential and continue to help our country grow and prosper.
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