Conclusion Report for Immigration Research Question:
The purpose of this social science research was to indicate and answer the imposing research question of “What are the factors and motivations an individual considers when choosing a country to move to?” After conducting a questionnaire and using other reliable sources to collect primary and secondary data, I can confirm that from the data we gathered that my hypothesis that the factors and motivations which an individual considers consists of a developed countries attached characteristics such as economic prosperity and political stability is true and supported by our findings. Using ten determining inquiries, we identified certain outliers which are of most importance to those who are choosing to immigrate. From the questionnaire and secondary data, we are able to recognize which regions of the world most immigrants emigrate from. Our questionnaire came upon a drastic majority with ninety percent of the participants emigrating from Asia, which would include the Middle East. Our primary data coincides accurately with the secondary data received specifying that Asia is the world’s leading source of immigration, especially in Canada. This would lead to the notion that most immigrants come from less developed countries and societies since a large majority of countries in Asia are labelled as either newly-industrialized or developing. Moreover, eighty percent of participants claimed they emigrated from a country not considered developed. This discovery aids in representing the connection between other data found which represents the push and pull factors which contribute to an individual’s consideration of immigration to a country. Our findings exhibited the push and pull factors that drives and individual motivation to immigrate to a certain country. Our primary research data indicates that most emigrate to escape the grasp of political turmoil such as war with sixty percent of participants stating this. As...
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