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19 Sep 2022

November 20, 2014, televised speech - Barack Obama (2014) - How does the search for a middle ground end up being an ambiguous approach towards immigration ?

Text commentary - 5 pages - Political science

The issue of immigration has always been central to Barack Obama's presidential term. As early as 2010, the Obama administration tried to get Congress to adopt part of the "comprehensive immigration reform", it included several measures such as a program to provide a path to legal status for...

25 Nov 2022

Islamophobia, Gender and Migration

Presentation - 3 pages - Sociology

This presentation is about Islamophobia, Gender & Migration. While Islamophobia can be thought of as the fear of those who are Muslims or assumed to be Muslims, this discrimination and fear have increased and often been justified since the events of 9/11. Migration, another aspect...

25 Nov 2022

The Relationship of Immigration to Deviant Behaviour

Dissertation - 2 pages - Sociology

This is a huge phenomenon today, and according to the official UN website, it affects 272 million people in 2019. Often, a link is made in public opinion between the deviance and the migratory origin of an individual. According to Bereska T.M., this deviance can be defined as "often referring to...

09 Feb 2021

Greece - Economic, Social issues and Migration crisis

Essay - 5 pages - Foreign markets

Greece is a country located in the South East of Europe. It is a member of the European Union and its population is about 10.75 million inhabitants. It's a member of the EU since 1981 and joined the Eurozone in 2001. In the past few years, Greece experienced an economic crisis, social issues...

28 Sep 2016

Jewish Immigrations of the Lower East Side, Manhattan, New York (19th & 20th century)

Essay - 8 pages - Modern history

The Lower East Side in Manhattan, New York, is symbolic of American Jewry. Since the mid 1800's, sometimes earlier, European Jews emigrated from various countries and settled in New York. Their most common destination was the Lower East Side in Manhattan, and since then this area is well...

08 Oct 2015

Relationship between conflict and migration

Essay - 10 pages - Geography

This essay discusses the relationship between conflict and migration. It focuses on IDPs (internally displaced persons) and refugees, mostly leaving out the motives of economic or social migration. The first chapter states factors that cause displacement, followed by a discussion...

29 Nov 2013

Economic advantages and disadvantages of immigration into the U.S

Case study - 3 pages - Political science

Immigrants to the United States have historically elicited passionate debates on whether they are of economic benefit or an economic burden to the country. Those who hold the view that immigrants are of economic benefit have advanced views including that with the coming of immigrants into the...

05 Apr 2013

How is migration contributing to and reflecting the challenges of globalization?

Case study - 5 pages - Social sciences

During the last presidential campaign in France, many debates occurred about the immigration and the globalization. Indeed, some of the candidates denounced the danger that the migration was for the employment and the good economic health of the country, because of the globalization which...

10 Jun 2013

The migration of the Scottish people

Case study - 1 pages - Educational studies

In the 1600 and 1700's the Scottish began coming to the United States. Some of them “…were primarily for Quakers and Presbyterians who were experiencing religious persecution by the then Episcopalian Church of Scotland.” (Hess, 2011) Most did not come by choice. A lot of the...

20 Jul 2010

Immigration issues and reforms of the United States

Thesis - 6 pages - Political science

The word “Immigration” has been derived from the Latin word “immigrare” which means “to move”. Immigration means migrating and settling in a country that is not a native to the person migrating. For ex: If a person living in Sweden decides to move to the U.S and...

24 Feb 2010

Teacher's migration in the Philippines

Thesis - 6 pages - Social sciences

The proliferation of skilled persons' migration in recent years has led to liberalized immigration policies vis-à-vis highly skilled professionals from developing countries. However, the resultant effect of this is to trigger an exodus of skilled personnel in developing countries, with the...

29 Sep 2010

Mexican Immigration in the U.S.

Essay - 3 pages - Geography

Until the mid 1920s, US immigration was largely unrestricted, but soon after the Congress passed a legislation it limited the entry from all regions except north-western Europe. It began in 1965 and has been continuing thereafter, and has passed a series of liberal laws, including the Immigration...

28 Feb 2010

From population to policy growth: Colombian-Venezuelan migration patterns

Thesis - 4 pages - Social sciences

In Venezuela, immigration has been characterized by the import of foreign workers. Premised by the status of their economy, immigration in Venezuela has been a product of their sense of stability and a response to their demands for success. Venezuela's attempts to achieve a level of immigration...

29 Sep 2010

Illegal immigration in the United States: push-pull factors

Essay - 2 pages - Social sciences

Mexico is a two-faced country: you can be influenced by cities like San Cristobal, Oaxaca, Mexico city and start to think that Mexico is a developed country but whereas on the countryside the states remain in what we would call “the third world”. Mexico shares its biggest border with...

29 Sep 2010

United Kingdom Immigration Laws, asylum laws and anti terrorism Laws

Essay - 5 pages - International law

In recent years, public attention has been focused on asylum seekers, but their numbers have fallen sharply. They are now less than 40,000 a year of whom only a quarter are given permission to stay in Britain, yet only one in five is actually removed. Meanwhile, other forms of immigration have...

29 Sep 2010

Statistical Dossier on Immigration 2007

Essay - 3 pages - Social sciences

On October 29, 2007, at the Teatro Orione in Rome, the presentation of the 2007 Immigration Statistics Dossier Caritas or Migrantes took place. The event, now at its seventeenth edition, was held in the presence of mainstream media, as well as numerous agencies and experts coming mainly from...

29 Sep 2010

The EU has no need for a common immigration policy

Essay - 4 pages - European union

In 1957, the Treaty of Rome mentioned the elimination of border controls within its territory as a goal of the EEC (European Economic Union). This implied that the member states would sooner or later have to address the question of deciding on common rules concerning access to their soil through...

12 Mar 2009

Asian immigration policies in Canada: 1880-1923

Thesis - 5 pages - Modern history

Today Canada prides itself on being one of the most multicultural countries in the world. This country has people from all over the world. All of these different people have different stories. The story of Asian-Canadians is an interesting one, even though they are a large minority group in...

13 Jan 2009

The Japanese immigration to Brazil

Essay - 3 pages - Journalism

Japanese immigration to Brazil has a long history starting early in the twentieth century when astonishing amounts of Japanese immigrated to Brazil to take advantage of Japanese government funds encouraging emigration as well as the Brazilian market. However, a deep economic crisis in Brazil...

15 Jan 2009

A critical analysis of the EU legal framework dealing with illegal immigration

Essay - 5 pages - European union

Arousing the passions and the divisions, the migration is apprehended by some Europeans as a danger for the national identity and is approved by the others as a source of cultural diversity. Many forms of illegal immigration are observed. The migrants can enter a member states by land, air...

21 May 2009

Immigration of highly skilled workers to the United States

Thesis - 11 pages - Civil law

The rapidly escalating immigration of highly skilled individuals to the United States demonstrates the diminishing role of national politics in an increasingly supranational global economy. Workers pursue opportunities beyond the confines of national borders, and corporations are able to meet...

07 May 2009

Cuban immigration in the United States

Thesis - 3 pages - International relations

The United States of America has always been an immigration Land. 301 Million Whites, Blacks, Latinos and Asians, subdivided in different ethnic groups are living together. Because of the all-known complicated relationship between Cuba and America, one of the most interesting immigration is the...

15 Jan 2009

Cause of the great famine and its place in the demographic and migration history

Essay - 5 pages - Modern history

In the 1800s, Ireland was essentially a rural country. Its economy depended only on agriculture, and its industrial system was very weak. Therefore, Ireland was very poor compared with its neighbour, England. It is considered most of all as an island belonging to England and integrated by this...

25 Sep 2009

France and Ireland: Implications of increased immigration on educational systems

Thesis - 15 pages - Social sciences

France and Ireland are two very different European countries. Their citizens speak different languages, eat different foods, yet every four years they both think they have the best soccer team in the World Cup. Aside from these two country's differences, they have one important feature in...

06 May 2008

Ecuadorian Immigration to the NY-Metro Area in the 1970s-80s

Essay - 4 pages - Modern history

America has (nearly) always been the destination of choice for the world's migrants. Spanning an entire continent, the country has historically offered land, jobs, and tolerance to those who seek them. For South Americans especially, the United States had been attractive for its accessibility...

29 Sep 2008

Race, immigration and changing U.S. - Cuban relations

Essay - 5 pages - Political science

United States - Cuban relations over the last century have been rocky to say the least. Just 90 miles South of Florida, the U.S. has always liked to think of the island as within its sphere of influence. In the long Cuban war for independence from Spain the United States sheltered leading...

30 Jul 2008

U.S. immigration policy: Cuba vs. Haiti

Case study - 10 pages - International relations

United States immigration policy towards Haitian and Cuban immigrants is often discussed for its discrepancies. Historically, both countries have experienced political and economic instability that have inevitably led to massive out migration, a large portion of which headed towards the...

08 Dec 2022

Future Opportunities, Threats, Challenges and Goals of the European Union

Essay - 4 pages - European union

The European Union is the largest and most successful political and economic union in the world, making it a key player. Research on the European Union focuses mainly on its construction, its functioning, the challenges and threats it faces. Our research aims to examine the responsibilities and...

22 Jul 2022

PESTEL Analysis - Levi Strauss Company - published: 19/07/2022

Case study - 7 pages - Startup, entrepreneurship

Founded in 1853, Levi Strauss Company is by far one of the largest outfit organizations in the world and has been known far and wide for its inventions of jeans as classic clothing apparel. With over fifteen thousand employees across the globe, as of 2020, the company has not only become a global...

06 Oct 2022

Management and cultural aspects

Course material - 25 pages - Management

Human beings have needs in order to survive and the purpose of economic activity is to satisfy these needs by providing people with what they need. Such needs will vary from person to person because each person seeks different things at different times. Those who are poor would like to satisfy...