Push/pull factors often frame human migration. Push factors are negative (war, natural disasters, famine, lack of religious freedom, etc.), whereas pull factors tend to be positive (better job opportunities, ample food, nice climate, religious freedoms, etc.). For your initial post in the discussion topic, identify at least one push/pull factor that impacted the movement of Latin American people, including specific examples. How does location, either relative or absolute, factor into this movement? Use the Themes of Geography resource to support your discussion of movement and location while addressing this prompt.
Which of the following is a characteristic of gender? Question 1 options: It is based on physical traits. It refers to the biological characteristics with which we are born. It is based on social and cultural expectations. It influences our behavior but does not determine how