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Urban Settlement
An urban settlement is an area with a high population density-often called city.cities have always been at the centre of economic growth has also brought negative things:urban violence and poverty homelessness overcrowding and health problems
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spatial patterns
the arrangement of features on the earth's surface
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Temporal pattern
how characteristics trend and features change over time in recognisable ways.
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Demonstration
The act of showing or making evidentor Apublic display of group opinion.
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Riot
A wild or turbulent disturbance created by a large number of people.
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What is Crime?
A crime is any act that violates a law which results in punishment
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Clustered?
Groups of people close together
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Dispersed?
When a group of people move away in different directions.
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burgess concentric zone model
an urban model is a simplified diagram to show the pattern of land use in a city.an urban zone is an area of a city that has particular characteristics and the same land use in most of the zone.
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Top 10 Urban Settlement (by population)in 1950
New York-USA12.3,London-UK8.7,Tokyo-Japan6.9Paris-France5.4Moscow-Russia5.4Essen-Germany5.3Shanghai-China5.3,Buenos Aires-Argentina5.0,Chicago-USA4.9,Calcutta India 4.4
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Top 10 cities (by population) in 2010
Tokyo,Japan 34m,Mexico City,Mexico22.6m,Seoul,South Korea22.2m,New York,United States21m Sao Paulo,Brazil20m,Mumbai,India19.7,Dehil,India19.5m,Los Angles,United State17.9m,Shanghai,China17.9,Jakarta,Indonesia17m.
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