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Why Did You Pick The Article/Chapter?
In the entire world, people leave their leaves and migrate to other regions because of several reasons. We have witness people fleeing Syria for Europe in which numerous have lost their lives and left behind their loved ones (Christine, n.p). We have also seen people fleeing Venezuela because of economic uncertainties. As well as these people make their way towards North America by tiring journeys. The reason for choosing this article is to convey and demonstrate my understanding about sufferings of immigrants fleeing their homeland (Venezuela).
Why Do You Find This Reading Interesting?
The very first reason because of which I found the reading highly interesting is it helped me in understanding the global developments that are taken place regarding human immigration. The work is pretty interested because of the knowledge that the reading (article) has regarding the immigration of Venezuela as well as how people suffer and face trouble while migrating from Venezuela (Lawson & Lawrence, pp. 179-188). Beyond that, the work has been found interesting because it covers all aspects of the problems, sufferings, and other issues, etc. of the people fleeing Venezuela.
What Was The Data And Evidence Used By This Reading?
The evidence used by the reading is the extreme level poverty of people of Venezuela who cannot even afford a bus or plane ticket and they escape on their feet and risk their important lives while the data used is around 650 to 700 people flees and walk out of Venezuela (Christine, n.p). Another evidence used in the work is around nine days ago, a team of professionals meets a Venezuelan mother and her daughter who have crossed three borders which become around 2700 miles distance while a person named “J. Suarez” walked for more than 25 hours continuously. Beyond that, the people get robbed and assaulted by illegal groups because they don’t have even 10 dollars to give to these illegal groups or people.
Was It Informative Why Or Why Not?
The work (article) has been found highly and much informative. The article was informative because it gives hit to every aspect of the issue or concern. As well as the article covers all facts and figures about this huge problem of people fleeing Venezuela and states that what huge problems immigrants face, how they migrate and what actually happen to them.
Was The Data Or Evidence Used Biased, Why Or Why Not?
From the deep analysis of the article, it cannot be stated that data and evidence used in the work are biased. The data and evidence are not biased because it touches the issues from all perspectives like why people of Venezuela migrate to outside region, how difficulty they migrate (through walking) and what problems they face during migration (for example robbery and assaulting by illegal groups). From the other side, the work covers what possible impacts could be there on the region or country where people of Venezuela migrate and how they would an additional burden on those economies (John, pp. 1-11).
Is There Anything About The Reading That You Agree And/or Disagree With?
The thing about the reading with which I highly agree in the robbery and assault of people of Venezuela by the illegal groups and people. The robbery and assault add insult to the injury of people of Venezuela.
Why Do You Agree/Disagree? Finally, What Are Your Observations On The Reading?
As I have a strong research background on this particular issue where I always found that the worst problem faced by the people during migration is their robbery and assault by those illegal groups and people (Lawson & Lawrence, pp. 179-188). More well as I have found once or twice that people of Venezuela (migrants) consider this problem a bigger one than their migration from the country through walking (Christine, n.p).
Lastly, Provide As Much Detail Drawn From The Article To Illustrate Your Analysis.
Despite being a top oil-producing country, Venezuela has been hit by devastating inflation that has never been witnessed before (Lawson & Lawrence, pp. 179-188). Further, the government of Venezuela has failed to provide its citizens with basic human needs, rights, and facilities that is why people are forced to flee their loved homeland (John, pp. 1-11). While fleeing they are faced with several problems ranging from robbery, assault, and rape. Hence numerous people lost their precious lives just to get basic life needs and facilities.
Christine, Armario. "Follow The Trek Of Venezuelan Migrants Fleeing On Foot." AP NEWS. N. P., 2018. Web. 10 July 2019
John, Mauricia. "Venezuelan economic crisis: crossing Latin American and Caribbean borders." Migration and Development (2018): 1-11.
Lawson, Victoria A., and Lawrence A. Brown. "Structural tension, migration, and development: A case study of Venezuela." The Professional Geographer 39.2 (1987): 179-188.
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