AQA human geography GCSE paper 2017 6th of June 2017 Watch

whoknowsreally
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what do i need to revise for the human geography paper tomorrow? so far i know i've gotta look over:

- Machu Picchu (controlled tourism??)
- Jamaica (tropical tourism)
- Antarctica (extreme tourism)
- China one child policy
- France pro natal policy
- The Butler's model

i'm honestly gonna fail, someone help me out
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Haha don't worry about it!

I am doing Population Change, The Development Gap and Tourism and this is what I have learnt:

Population:
DTM Model
Population Pyramids
China's One Child Policy
Kerala's focus on education and healthcare to achieve sustainable development
Sweden (France in your case) Pro-Natalist Strategies
How the UK is dealing with an ageing population (the problems with an ageing population)
Polish migration to the UK (basically push and pull factors and its impacts)

Development Gap:
GDP/GNI/PPP/PER CAPITA
Brandt Report (dividing up the world into the Rich North and Poor South)
HDI (measures GDP, life expectancy and education)
Standard of living - how much money people earn
Quality of life - what is considered a good life
Honduras & Hurricane Mitch
Trade (deficit, surplus, tariffs, quotas, free trade, fair trade and the WTO)
Debt cancellation via conservation swaps (Peru)
Aid (top-down: UNICEF immunisation of children against disease and bottom-up: FARM-Africa and the Moyale Pastoralist Project)
The European development Fund
The European Social Fund
The Cohesion Fund

Tourism:
Why has tourism grown? - Basically we have more money and more holidays
What affects visitor numbers? - Exchange rates, global economy and terrorism
The Lake District and the problems tourists bring (eg: worn away footpaths, traffic congestion)
The Butler Model
Blackpool - a coastal resort area (idk i live in Dubai) that had a rejuvenation project in 2003 to ensure tourism is sustained.
Jamaica & Mass tourism
Extreme tourism in Antarctica & protecting it from the effects of tourism
Ecotourism leading to sustainable development in the Amazon


I hope this helps and do not worry, you will be fab! xx
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Haha don't worry about it!

I am doing Population Change, The Development Gap and Tourism and this is what I have learnt:

Population:
DTM Model
Population Pyramids
China's One Child Policy
Kerala's focus on education and healthcare to achieve sustainable development
Sweden (France in your case) Pro-Natalist Strategies
How the UK is dealing with an ageing population (the problems with an ageing population)
Polish migration to the UK (basically push and pull factors and its impacts)

Development Gap:
GDP/GNI/PPP/PER CAPITA
Brandt Report (dividing up the world into the Rich North and Poor South)
HDI (measures GDP, life expectancy and education)
Standard of living - how much money people earn
Quality of life - what is considered a good life
Honduras & Hurricane Mitch
Trade (deficit, surplus, tariffs, quotas, free trade, fair trade and the WTO)
Debt cancellation via conservation swaps (Peru)
Aid (top-down: UNICEF immunisation of children against disease and bottom-up: FARM-Africa and the Moyale Pastoralist Project)
The European development Fund
The European Social Fund
The Cohesion Fund

Tourism:
Why has tourism grown? - Basically we have more money and more holidays
What affects visitor numbers? - Exchange rates, global economy and terrorism
The Lake District and the problems tourists bring (eg: worn away footpaths, traffic congestion)
The Butler Model
Blackpool - a coastal resort area (idk i live in Dubai) that had a rejuvenation project in 2003 to ensure tourism is sustained.
Jamaica & Mass tourism
Extreme tourism in Antarctica & protecting it from the effects of tourism
Ecotourism leading to sustainable development in the Amazon


I hope this helps and do not worry, you will be fab! xx
ahh wish i had seen this before the exam couldn't have gone any worse imo. but thank you anyway xxxx
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