Migration from the native country imparts an indelible scar in the psyche of the migrants. They not only migrate from their place of birth but also from their language, culture, tradition, food habits and the list is endless. Immigration gives them the trauma as they would take a voyage from the world of familiar to the unfamiliar. In addition to that the immigrants are compelled to understand and adapt to the culture of the new land, their life style, food habits, climatic factors and the political milieu. They immigrate hoping for a better world but it becomes a mirage in the newly settled land.
Whether it is internal migration or international migration, people often decide to move for a variety of reasons. It could be for a new job that offers higher pay or to escape a country where they would no longer be safe. Migration also tends to occur more with people who have lower incomes. The exact reason why people move tends to be very individualistic, however, in the broad scope,all reasons fall within certain categories. The three major causes of migrations within people living in poverty
While the writer Carlos Encina and news article New American Economy are claiming that the drifting of the refugees has good social impacts including the fast adaptation of the refugees and decreasing the rate of crimes in the host countries, the movement of the refugees to the host countries can have more bad influences on the social aspects of the country like increasing the rate of crimes and creating problems because of the social barriers. The refugees need to run for a harmony life. When they get to a new life, they need to find jobs, establish a new life, and make contacts with their new community. “migrants and refugees show strong resilience and adaptability to new challenges and surroundings. They are willing to take a menial job when first settling” (Encina and Santalucia).
There are different schools of though responsible for the wide spread of human trafficking issues Myanmar. Migration could be the core reason that is clearly evident among migrant. The movements of people to new places combine with pull and push factors, such as limited livelihoods, social economic development gap within the region, and along the borders of China and Thailand in search of better living conditions. Most of the migrants from Myanmar seek job opportunity with minimum requirement of proficiency as worker in factory and fish vessels. In addition to wages incentive and demand of less skilled labors in neighboring countries act as a pull factors for the migrants.
It is hard to control an empire with an expanding population, so the Neo-Assyrians developed some strategies to control them. These strategies include deporting people, propagandas, forced labor, and a strict hierarchy. However, each source proves that their favorite strategies to use were propagandas and deporting people. These strategies form fear, and without fear, you can't have
Economic causes imply that people are migrating to find employments or to follow a precise way for their career. Political migration is a forced migration due to the fact that people are moving away to flee from political persecution or any type of war. There are factors that are the main causes for the migration. They can be classified into push and pull factors
While the former is mostly true in developing countries, the latter kind of migration is found in developed countries.Migration and development is a growing area of interest. There has been much debate on the negative impacts of migration on development and vice - versa. On the one hand, it is argued that underdevelopment is a cause of migration, and on the other hand, prosperity also leads to migration. The history of migration is the history of people’s struggle to
Furthermore, borders and boundaries of a nation state often do not correspond perfectly with each other – especially because the crossing of cultural borders and legal boundaries by migrants disturbs the theoretical division. Transnational migration is about experiencing the border or experiencing the difference. It puts migrants in the condition of always being in-between two places (Gielis 2009:598). Such an experience does not take place only at physical dividing lines but also in other places and situations, as well as in mental and symbolic ways. When migrants cross boundaries they re-establish and renegotiate such boundaries, and thereby shape their own transnational identity
Displacement from one place to another whether within country or outside is not only advantageous but it has cons too. When people move they usually cause disturbance in the cohesiveness of communities. Each country and its inhabitants have its own individuality which they feel in threat when different people intermingled. Difference in languages, color, cast, dress, and religion causes “Otherness” in immigrants. These differences lead towards crimes and anti- social behavior which creates a hostile environment.
Migration is when a person changes his or her location for various reasons; some reasons are political such as war and some are environmental such as flooding and earthquakes or economic and social reasons such as jobs, education and health facilities. There are two ways to migrate, either internal which is to move within the country, or international which is to move to another country or another continent. And migration is also divided into four categories, they are: voluntary, involuntary, temporary and permanent. Voluntary migration is when the person has a choice, reasons for voluntary are for better jobs, higher wages, better education and more health facilities. Involuntary (forced migration) is when there is no choice in the matter, they have to move or they would face hardship and death, they now are called refugees not migrants, reasons for this are civil war and natural disasters.