Migration Patterns Analysis

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History-Migration patterns.
Before illustrating the history, migration patterns, family structure and cultural behaviors of a group within South Florida as the Puerto-Ricans; let’s elaborate a few basic understandings of some of those words and concepts mentioned previously. In terms with intension to be relocated for a short or long term from a location to another, it is a form of internal or external migration. But, it can be done locally, internationally and even globally. From this instance, a migration pattern, will be considered as immigrants from a specific area follow others from that area to a chosen city or neighborhood in the social process. This activity could be triggered by several reasons: economic, social, political or environmental.
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Because, society is mostly viewed as a group of people that commonly find a way to engage and work. While, culture is a way to live, to promote art and beliefs and other instances of tradition. This paper is a preliminary report on a comprehensive discussion that is based on the Puerto Ricans history, migration patterns, family structure and cultural behaviors of a group within South Florida with which they have no identity. The analysis then addresses the political, economic, and social impacts of the Puerto Rican diaspora in South Florida. In addition, the examination evaluates the Puerto Rican migrates present a case of “push-pull” immigration, that could be classified as the migrant group breaks most ties with the home state, (second-largest segment of Latinos in the U.S.). As re-instate below, many have migrated to New York and other eastern cities. For example, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. Compared to the transitional migration where the migrant, in both their home and the new host states, maintains strong political, economic, and social networks. (Statehood discussions have resulted in continuing commonwealth…show more content…
Contrary to popular belief the Puerto Rican flag is not based on the American Flag, but the Cuban flag. Puerto Rico adopted the same flag design, which was unveiled in 1895. In 1952, the blue field was changed from a light blue to a darker blue, like the American flag. Puerto Rico and its citizens became part of the United States since 1917. Could be the primarily reason, they are in titled of U.S. citizenship under the Jones Act. In which, resulting a high concentration in the city of New York. Puerto Ricans migrate to the United States mostly for two reasons: one, political. Second, economic opportunity. Because, they have experienced in modern history one of the most massive migrations after world war II. Because of this movement, they had been referred as the “the nation on the
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