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Hello,
I'm doing the GEOG3 exam on the 12th of June and I am doing world cities as my human module. The specification says that for urbanisation, counter urbanisation, sub urbanisation and re urbanisation it requires 2 contrasting case studies from around the world. We only have MEDCs for the latter 3. It doesn't really make sense because in most developing counties there would be no case studies as for the last 3 to occur, extensive urbanisation would have to occurred (obviously there will be exceptions) and thus the case studies wouldn't contrast as it is more than likely it would be an MEDC or NIC for that amount of urbanisation to occur . Does anyone have any case studies for these and is it really a requirement? How many case studies do you have?


(P.s a question on a sample paper asks to compare 2 re-urbanisation case studies from contrasting areas?


For reurbanisation I do have 3 case studies, but they are all in Manchester. I could argue one was more deprived than another (which is the case slightly) but that may be pushing it.)
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