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Chapter 22 Urbanization and Sustainable Cities
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22.1 Urbanization Cities have specialized functions as well as large populations Trade Centers (New York) Resource Extraction (Pittsburgh, Houston) Manufacturing (Detroit) All Require Vast Array of Service Industries Large cities are expanding rapidly
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Largest Metropolitan Areas Tokyo Japan 32,450,000 Seoul South Korea 20,550,000 Mexico City Mexico 20,450,000 New York United States 19,750,000 Mumbai India 19,200,000 Jakarta Indonesia 18,900,000 São Paulo Brazil 18,850,000 Delhi India 18,600,000 Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto Japan 17,375,000 Shanghai China 16,650,000 Manila Philippines 16,300,000 Hong Kong-Shenzhen China 15,800,000 Los Angeles United States 15,250,000
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22.2 Why Do Cities Grow? Immigration is driven by push and pull factors Push Lack of Land Violence Social Pressures Pull Jobs Lifestyle
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Cities are Tough Small towns frequently die because of economic problems, resource exhaustion,
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