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How is the world's urban population changing
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ITS NOT!!!!!
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At GCSE level...
In LIC's/NEE's there is an i in the percentage of people who live in urban areas as supposed to rural areas as migration into the cities is high for work (more work oppotunities in the than the countryside). An example/case study used is often Brazil and Rio de Janerio.
In HIC's the opposite occurs, are choosing to live in rural or suberb areas as more people now either work from home or can commute daily into a city for work (furher due to good transport links). You can often use London or your local area as a case study for this one.
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How much revision have you all done for geography
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Oh boy I’m dreading this exam
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How is the world's urban population changing
Increase urbanization, as people more from rural areas to urban areas. For a higher paying job to support family. Rural areas consists mainly of the primary sector, and machines do their work, so they have to find an alternative.
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I think I'm actually looking forward to this I seem to know my stuff but you never know
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increased- more job opportunites in urban areas, better transport links may appeal to many people and encourage them to move. don't know if you have to look at soome consequences of large scale movements to urban areas eg. if too many people move there's likely going to be a lot of shanty housing.
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