URBANISATION

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URBANISATION
The increase in the numberof people living in towns and cities compared to the number of people living in the country side
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EMERGING COUNTRY
A country with high and medium developing.
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MAJOR CITY
A city with a population of at least 400,000
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WHY HAS URBANISATION OCCURED AT DIFFERENT TIMES AND RATES AROUND THE WORLD
Urbanisation in developed countries occured during the 19th century and was caused by the industrial revolution
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URBANISATION (DEVELOPED)
During the in dustrial revolution there was a huge demand for labour in the new factories eg in the uk
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URBANISATION (DEVELOPED)
In the past 50 yrs developed countires have continued to increase thier urban areas, but at a much slower rate. Cities attract younger geberations due to facilities and employment
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URBANISATION (DEVELOPED)
In the past 50 yrs developed countires have continued to increase thier urban areas, but at a much slower rate. Cities attract younger geberations due to facilities and employment
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HIGH RATES OF URBANISATION (OVERCROWDED) DEVELLOPED
Cities in many developed countries are not coping with the vast amounts of people who wish to live there
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HIGH RATES OF URBANISATION (HOUSING) DEVELOPED
House prices and the cost of rent are increasing all the time. This is because there are not enough housing units for all the people who want them
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HIGH RATES OF URBANISATION ( TRANSPORT) DEVELOPED
Buses and trains are not able to cope with the numbers; people have to wait on platforms watching thme going past full
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HIGH RATES OF URBANASTION ( EDUCATION) DEVELOPED
Schools do not have enough places for all of the children that need them. There are along waiting lists for thr best shools in an area.
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HIGH RATES OF URBANISATION (DEVELOPING AND EMERGING)
Agriculture- old people are left in countryside because the young have gone to thee towns looking for work. Soon food supplies will drop because the poeple who are left cannot work on the land.
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HIGH RATES OF URBANISATION (DEVELOPING AND EMERGING)
Shanty towns- people who move to the cities cannot aford to rent homes and there is a lack of housing, so they build their own homes on wasteland from waste materials
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HIGH RATES OF URBANISATION (DEVELOPING AND EMERGING)
EDUCATION- there are not enough places in the schoolss in soem urban areas. This leads to overcrowding
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HIGH RATES OF URBANISATION (DEVELOPING AND EMERGING)
Unemployment- in Cairo there are so few jobs that people make a living by picking over the rubbish in waste heaps to find things that they can sell
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URBANISATION IN THE UK
In the 20th century urban populations grew in aberdeen due to North Sea oil deposits being piped ashore
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URBANISATION IN THE UK
Cities in the north of england have grown rapidly because of the indiustrial revolution eg Manchester. Manchesters population increased 6 times between 1771 and 1831
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