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Case Studies
Population Control Policies

Case Study Kerala in India

In Kerala they were experiencing high rapid population
growth which was putting pressure on limited resources.

Kerala's government put across the population control
policy, whereby
they improved education standards and taught that
girls must be treated as equals with boys.…

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Second children born abroad are not penalized, but they are not allowed to become
Chinese citizens.

The problems of this policy were
Women forced to have late nine month pregnancies.
Women placed under tremendous pressure from their families, workmates, the `Granny
Police' and their own consciences and feelings.
Chinese society…

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Acts as an entry point into the EU for refugees from Africa, which are usually trafficked by
smugglers. Some claim to be asylum seekers but really most of them are economic
migrants without EU entry papers.
Italy is next to the old communist countries of Eastern Europe with lower levels…

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Polish immigrants in the UK differ a lot to Indian immigrants, as many of the Poles will chose not to
settle in Britain permanently. This is because of the contracting job market and £ weakening
against other countries. Also many of the Poles come over to Britain to save up…

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Economic Gives the Polish worker an opportunity to get a higher paid job. This will
increase the family income.
Social They can send their children to English schools for free, so the children would be
bilingual.
Better standard of living on the UK, more modernized.
For the migrant and their…

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An eventual overspill and the need for quality housing meant that residents were relocated across
Greater Manchester and the crescents were demolished.
In their place modernized semi detached and detached housing estates with open areas were
made to meet the resident's needs that they originally asked for.

How successful has…

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promoting offseason events such as conferences and festivals
Putting in a £10 million investment into the transformation of the Blackpool illuminations
Create links to attractions like pleasure beach to shopping centres and the main town
Create diversity and promote luxury week holidays upgrading old and traditional B&B's into posh
and…

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The city authorities have set aside £200 million to improve living conditions in 60 of the 600 favelas
within their boundary.
The authorities want to transform the favelas culturally and socially to integrate them as part of the
city. The plan includes
replacing wood buildings with larger brick built housing…

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they lie on the equator although the climate is cool
The Attractions
the range of plant and animal life living there giant tortoises, iguanas, refooted booby and over 300
different species of fish.
All of these animals are incredibly tame due to lack of predators
it is popular due to…

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Mr A Gibson

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A tour through all the case studies you will need for migration, population policies and so on. A really great resource for your folders. I would recommend using these to make some flash/revision cards from.

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