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Why do the rates of urbanisation differ around the world?
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Why do the rates of urbanisation differ around the world?
The rates of urbanization differ around the world due to changes in economic, environmental, social and push and pull factors. In areas with less economically developed environments urbanization is likely to be higher and more often due to poor living conditions, lack of jobs, and social issues (crime). Push factors consist of high crime rates, people are more likely to commit crime in less economically developed areas due to lack of employment. Poor living conditions, in less economically developed areas less money is invested into the local community therefore it deteriorates and becomes a place of squalor over time. Pull factors consist of job opportunities, housing opportunities, better living conditions, and improved social attitudes.

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