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Hi does anyone have some stuff about the impact of migration for the London Case Study (urban issues and challenges) I rlly struggling atm
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Hi does anyone have some stuff about the impact of migration for the London Case Study (urban issues and challenges) I rlly struggling atm
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Hi, have you got the AQA GCSE geography revision guide? It literally saved my geography and has tonnes of stuff in there. You could always buy one second hand on eBay. I can have a look and see if I can send you relevant pages if you like
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Hi, have you got the AQA GCSE geography revision guide? It literally saved my geography and has tonnes of stuff in there. You could always buy one second hand on eBay. I can have a look and see if I can send you relevant pages if you like
Ive got the cgp one but it’s done a bunch of different case studies and I don’t wanna confuse myself, I was debating whether or not to just do Liverpool cause that’s the one that’s in there
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Positive impacts:
- A more diverse, multicultural society which offers greater education about the world and ties in with the British Values. This in turn creates more tourist opportunities drawing income to the area (Notting Hill Carnival, for example).
- Offers skills across a range of sectors of industry (primary to quaternary).
- Helps to reduce areas of labour shortages (Across the UK just short of 30% of doctors employed in the NHS did not train in the UK and did not originate from the UK).

Negative impacts:
- Higher demand on services such as schools or healthcare and housing - in a city where there is already a severe shortage of these elements available.
- 'Clash of culture' / language barriers can create tensions.
- Greater acceptance to work for less, creating greater disparities between rich and poor within the city / the rise of informal jobs and/or zero-contract work.

Hope that helps!
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the hodder education revision guide is really good!
https://www.amazon.co.uk/My-Revision.../dp/1471887316
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Positive impacts:
- A more diverse, multicultural society which offers greater education about the world and ties in with the British Values. This in turn creates more tourist opportunities drawing income to the area (Notting Hill Carnival, for example).
- Offers skills across a range of sectors of industry (primary to quaternary).
- Helps to reduce areas of labour shortages (Across the UK just short of 30% of doctors employed in the NHS did not train in the UK and did not originate from the UK).

Negative impacts:
- Higher demand on services such as schools or healthcare and housing - in a city where there is already a severe shortage of these elements available.
- 'Clash of culture' / language barriers can create tensions.
- Greater acceptance to work for less, creating greater disparities between rich and poor within the city / the rise of informal jobs and/or zero-contract work.

Hope that helps!
It does ure a life saver thx!
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the hodder education revision guide is really good!
https://www.amazon.co.uk/My-Revision.../dp/1471887316
Ty!
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