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Ch 10: Human and Cultural Migrations: Help and Review

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The Human and Cultural Migrations chapter of this General Anthropology Help and Review course is the simplest way to master an understanding of human and cultural migrations. This chapter uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long, plus lesson quizzes and a chapter exam to ensure students learn the essentials of human and cultural migrations.

Who's it for?

Anyone who needs help understanding general anthropology material will benefit from taking this course. You will be able to grasp the subject matter faster, retain critical knowledge longer and earn better grades. You're in the right place if you:

  • Have fallen behind in understanding the history and evolution of human migration.
  • Need an efficient way to learn about human and cultural migrations.
  • Learn best with engaging auditory and visual tools.
  • Struggle with learning disabilities or learning differences, including autism and ADHD.
  • Experience difficulty understanding your teachers.
  • Missed class time and need to catch up.
  • Can't access extra anthropology resources at school.

How it works:

  • Start at the beginning, or identify the topics that you need help with.
  • Watch and learn from fun videos, reviewing as needed.
  • Refer to the video transcripts to reinforce your learning.
  • Test your understanding of each lesson with short quizzes.
  • Submit questions to one of our instructors for personalized support if you need extra help.
  • Verify you're ready by completing the Human and Cultural Migrations chapter exam.

Why it works:

  • Study Efficiently: Skip what you know, review what you don't.
  • Retain What You Learn: Engaging animations and real-life examples make topics easy to grasp.
  • Be Ready on Test Day: Use the Human and Cultural Migrations chapter exam to be prepared.
  • Get Extra Support: Ask our subject-matter experts any relevant question. They're here to help!
  • Study With Flexibility: Watch videos on any web-ready device.

Students will review:

In this chapter, you'll learn the answers to questions including:

  • What clues to early human migration can be found in the Great Flood and Last Ice Age?
  • What patterns can be found in contemporary migration?
  • How do the terms emigration and immigration differ in meaning?
  • What major models are used to explain human origins?
  • What are some theories of cultural evolution?
  • How do the concepts of human grouping and identity relate to each other?

17 Lessons in Chapter 10: Human and Cultural Migrations: Help and Review
The Last Ice Age: Thawing Ice and New Human Opportunities

1. The Last Ice Age: Thawing Ice and New Human Opportunities

What is an ice age? How did the latest period of glaciation form our species? How has the abundance of this latest period of interglaciation changed our behavior? Watch this lesson to find out.

The Great Flood and Population Migrations

2. The Great Flood and Population Migrations

The Great Flood myth has been around for over eight millennia. Could it be more than a myth? What could have caused such a flood, and what effects has it had on humans?

Prehistoric Human Migrations: History & Movements

3. Prehistoric Human Migrations: History & Movements

This lesson will seek to explain the theories concerning prehistoric human migration. In doing so, it will highlight the effects of the Ice Age on modern Homo sapiens and their migration into Eurasia and the rest of the globe.

The Migrations of Humans Since 1500

4. The Migrations of Humans Since 1500

This lesson will explain human migration patterns since the 1500s. In doing so, it will highlight the forced migration, as well as the eras of colonization and persecution, industrialization, and 20th century migration.

Contemporary Migration: Forced Migration, Patterns & Impacts

5. Contemporary Migration: Forced Migration, Patterns & Impacts

This lesson will seek to explain modern migration. In doing so, it will highlight labor migration, urbanization, and forced migration. It will also highlight the term diaspora.

Emigration: Definition, Characteristics & Effects

6. Emigration: Definition, Characteristics & Effects

This lesson will explain the difference between immigration and emigration. In doing so, it will focus mainly on emigration. It will discuss push and pull factors that contribute to emigration, as well as the concept of remittances.

The Regional Continuity Model of Human Origin: Characteristics, Assertions & Critiques

7. The Regional Continuity Model of Human Origin: Characteristics, Assertions & Critiques

This lesson will seek to explain the Regional Continuity model of human origin. In doing so, it will highlight the theories of Darwin as well as the assertions of the Out of Africa model of origin.

Replacement Model of Human Origin: Attributes, Claims & Arguments

8. Replacement Model of Human Origin: Attributes, Claims & Arguments

This lesson will seek to explain the Replacement model of human origin. In doing so, it will highlight the concept of a theory, the assertions of the Out of Africa model and the theories of Charles Darwin.

Partial Replacement Model of Human Origin: Aspects, Theories & Critiques

9. Partial Replacement Model of Human Origin: Aspects, Theories & Critiques

This lesson will seek to explain the partial replacement model of human origin. In doing so, it will also explain the replacement model, the work of Charles Darwin, and the concept of theory.

Geography and Climate: Effects on Civilizations

10. Geography and Climate: Effects on Civilizations

In this lesson, we will look at the relationship between geography, climate, and civilization. We will learn why civilizations develop in particular regions and how this leads to lifestyle and cultural differences.

Theories of Cultural Evolution: Human Stages, Historical Materialism & Neo-Malthusian

11. Theories of Cultural Evolution: Human Stages, Historical Materialism & Neo-Malthusian

This lesson will seek to explain the theories of cultural evolution. In doing so, it will highlight the works of Edward Tylor, Karl Marx, and the Malthusian catastrophe of Thomas Robert Malthus.

Identity and Human Grouping: Cultural, Ethnic, Racial & Gender

12. Identity and Human Grouping: Cultural, Ethnic, Racial & Gender

This lesson will seek to explain the different human groupings of culture, race, ethnicity, and gender. In doing so, it will discuss how these terms are and are not tied to biological and physical traits.

In-Migration and Out-Migration: Definition & Overview

13. In-Migration and Out-Migration: Definition & Overview

In this lesson, you'll learn the definitions of in-migration and out-migration and differentiate these two concepts from immigration. You'll also be given examples of in-migration and out-migration and explore their causes and impacts.

What Is Emigration? - Definition & Statistics

14. What Is Emigration? - Definition & Statistics

This lesson is on emigration. Here we discuss the different types of migration and some of the factors that are relevant to the permanent relocation of people to a different country. An example of emigration from the US to Mexico is given, along with some statistics.

What is Cultural Amalgamation?

15. What is Cultural Amalgamation?

For centuries, immigrants have helped shape the culture of the United States by blending their cultures with the larger American culture. Through this lesson, you will learn how cultural amalgamation was intended to aid in this process, and you'll explore some of the problems with the theory.

What is Urbanization? - Definition & Examples

16. What is Urbanization? - Definition & Examples

Urbanization describes both growing cities and population shifts away from rural living. This lesson explains both of these processes as well as several examples of urbanization from around the world.

White Flight: Definition, History & Effects

17. White Flight: Definition, History & Effects

This lesson gives you the history and effects of white flight, or the movement of white citizens from inner cities to outlying suburbs. Although the term is most closely linked with the 1970s, it was happening both before and after that period.

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