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Using examples, describe the process of rural dilution and assess the impact that the process might have on both rural and urban communities. [6 marks]What would you put? I was thinking about putting a case study on china but I wasn't too sure how to start it
Original post by Wildfireaura
Using examples, describe the process of rural dilution and assess the impact that the process might have on both rural and urban communities. [6 marks]What would you put? I was thinking about putting a case study on china but I wasn't too sure how to start it

First of all you need to DESCRIBE rural dilution.
- What is rural dilution? Define it
- Who is involved?
- Who/where does it impact?
- Specifically define 'dilution'
- Give an example
Secondly, you need to ASSESS the impact on 1. Rural communities and 2. Urban communities
1. Rural Communities
- What is the positive impact on rural communities?
- What is the negative impact on rural communities?
- What is the long-term impact on rural communities?
- What is the short-term impact on rural communities?
2. Urban Communities
- Repeat what you have done for rural communities

Make sure you use key word terms and appropriate examples/case study - think about linking back to the question and make sure you ASSESS the impact!
Is this A-level Geography?
No lol, It's GCSE Geography
Original post by archere
First of all you need to DESCRIBE rural dilution.
- What is rural dilution? Define it
- Who is involved?
- Who/where does it impact?
- Specifically define 'dilution'
- Give an example
Secondly, you need to ASSESS the impact on 1. Rural communities and 2. Urban communities
1. Rural Communities
- What is the positive impact on rural communities?
- What is the negative impact on rural communities?
- What is the long-term impact on rural communities?
- What is the short-term impact on rural communities?
2. Urban Communities
- Repeat what you have done for rural communities

Make sure you use key word terms and appropriate examples/case study - think about linking back to the question and make sure you ASSESS the impact!

Thank You for the help!

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