3 edition of Counterurbanization in Britain and Italy found in the catalog.
Counterurbanization in Britain and Italy
June 1989 by Pergamon Journals .
Written in English
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Counterurbanization, or de-urbanization, is a demographic and social process whereby people move from urban areas to rural is, like suburbanization, inversely related to first occurred as a reaction to inner-city deprivation. More recent research has documented the social and political drivers of counterurbanization and its impacts in developing countries such as China.
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The average population density in Britain is about per sq. km, compared with, for example, per sq. km in Italy. England, with inhabitants per sq. km, is one of the most densely populated countries in the world (the rest of Britain is much lower: Wales.
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Abstract. New forms of mobility can be found at many scales from the local and national to the global. They also include all age ranges but particularly those near the polar extremes of the life course — young, single adults and the active elderly (in contrast, families with young children and the frail elderly tend to be some of the least mobile socio-demographic groups).Cited by: This statistic shows the degree of urbanization by continent in Inthe degree of urbanization worldwide was at around 54 percent.
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Since this process has been occurring in More Economically Developed Countries. There are four main reasons for counter-urbanisation: 1. The increase in car ownership over the last 40 years means people are more mobile.
This has led to an increase in. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction: Population and economic restructuring / Hans Blotevogel --Theories of inter-regional migration: an overview / Sture Oberg --The economic framework of migrations in Europe, / Christian Vandermotten --Migration, counterurbanization and regional.
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