'Deprivation decreases with distance from the CBD'

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  • 'Deprivation decreases with distance from the CBD'
    • Method
      • Chose 4 locations in Sheffield. Transect from Inner City to Rural Urban Fringe (Burgess Model)
      • PRIMARY DATA: EVQ survey, landuse maps, photographs
        • SECONDARY DATA: census data, office of national stats and South Yorkshire Police website
          • Census Data: Went on website, downloaded file and refined it to results I wanted which were unemployment, dwelling type and qualifications.
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        • Landuse map: Walked round and noted down which services were available and where
          • EVQ: Walked round and graded areas on certain things e.g.  quality of housing and litter on a scale of +2 to -2.
            • Photographs: Walked round and took photographs of typical characteristics of the area.
    • Findings
      • Crime data: Most in Burngreave and least in Worrall.
        • conclusion: Supported my hypothesis, 1.4% unemployment in Worrall, 3.6% in Burngreave, 35% no qualifications BG compared with only 23.9% in W.
      • EVQ: Burngreave -11 Walkley -6 Hilsborough 8 Worrall 28
      • Landuse map: Worrall limited services but lots of green space, Burngreave lots of shops and very little green space
    • Data Analysis:  STANDARD DEVIATION 15
    • Data Presentation: Photographs, Landuse maps, EVQ,


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