ES Chapter 13 Urbanization

ES Chapter 13 Urbanization - Chapter 13: Urbanization...

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Chapter 13: Urbanization Creating Livable Cities www.aw-bc.com/Withgott
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Urbanization it is the shift from rural living forming cities and towns. arguably the single greatest change since transitioning from a nomadic hunter-gatherer becoming sedentary people introducing agriculture to our way of life.
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Industrialization overproduction of agricultural goods lead to the specialization of professions leading to: class structure political hierarchies urban centers positive feedback: better technology= more and better paid jobs= more migration to the cities
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Population in Developing Countries (2005-2007) www.aw-bc.com/Withgott
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Geography of Urban Areas Factors : climate topography waterways location, location, location major river (Mississippi, Hudson, Ohio, Colorado) sea coast (Gulf Coast) railroad or highway trading corridor (I-35)
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To the Suburbs 1950's Pros more space economic opportunities cheaper real estate less crime better schools
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course ECO 1305.8501 taught by Professor Dianagomez during the Fall '11 term at Collins.

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