Population distribution describes the way people are spread across an area. This can be uneven and subject to change. Distribution can be shown on a dot distribution map. However, these can be misleading because they can give the impression that some areas have no people.
Causes and Consequences of inequality:
Inequality means extreme differences between poverty and wealth, as well as in peoples' wellbeing and access to things like jobs, housing and education. Inequalities may occur in:
Causes and Consequences of Migration:
Migration is the movement of people from one place to another.
What causes people to move?
Consequences of people moving?
Causes and Consequences of Urbanization:
Urbanisation means an increase in the proportion of people living in urban areas compared to rural areas. An urban area is a built-up area such as a town or city.
As a country industrialised, the number of people living in urban areas tend to increase. People move to urban areas to seek employment and better living conditions. Today, most people live in urban areas, with about 90% of the world's population living in towns and cities. Other causes might include:
Consequences of urbanization include:
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