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Hi people,

Just looking at the geography aqa a2 specification, and it lists that you need to have case studies for urbanisation, suburbanisation, counter-urbanisation, re-urbanisation and planning and management issues. Underneath that it says that you need contrasting case studies within countries at different levels of economic development to demonstrate the above. Does this mean that you need two different cities for each topic, or just for planning and management issues, or that it's expected that you chose a mixture of LEDC and MEDC countries for the topics?

I have attached a link to the specification to hopefully make it clearer what I mean.

http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects...30-W-SP-14.PDF (Page 11)

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Hi people,

Just looking at the geography aqa a2 specification, and it lists that you need to have case studies for urbanisation, suburbanisation, counter-urbanisation, re-urbanisation and planning and management issues. Underneath that it says that you need contrasting case studies within countries at different levels of economic development to demonstrate the above. Does this mean that you need two different cities for each topic, or just for planning and management issues, or that it's expected that you chose a mixture of LEDC and MEDC countries for the topics?

I have attached a link to the specification to hopefully make it clearer what I mean.

http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects...30-W-SP-14.PDF (Page 11)

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I would suggest to use a mixture where possible because you are really able to highlight the differences when comparing two countries of different economic backgrounds. I would be more specific but I don't really know, I'm really sorry I couldn't be of much help!
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