Affordable housing is a necessary requirement in life for people who accept low income and has a good effect for society. According to Tran, (2015) view that, affordable housing is a worthy resource which has great potentialities in the economic system and it has contributed enormously to change the appearance of the metropolis as well as the countryside. The target of affordable housing gives the support to the community. For example, affordable housing can give us benefit in all aspects such as it brings profit in commercial enterprise, improving the standard of animation and an affordable housing can bring down some of the problems which related to the surroundings. As a consequence, the government should make more affordable lodging for
Abdullahi Mohamed Assignment 1 Geo 366 The objective of the George Rogers Taylor’s premise in his journal article titled Urban Growth Preceding the Railway age is to examine and prove that urban growth was at its highest level in U.S cities in the era preceding to what is known as the “railroad age” pre 1861, based on statistical evidence from the 5 preceding decades he highlights in his journal article: 1790-1800, 1810-1820, 1820-1830 and 1830-1840. In order to examine the decades of rapid urban growth in the United States. U.S cities were organized together in 4 different groups. Based on the cities geographical location and also its relative size at the time. The groups included; the four great eastern seaports, the small eastern
As Figure1 presents above, the size of city and population grow overall in that specific time range. one of interesting fact in Figure 1. is that Detroit city formed first than San Francisco and slowly enlarged its functionality in the city, but in 1850yr, Government 's propaganda and new social movement such as Gold Rush, California dream and free for all idea influenced on this dramatic number in our data and figure 1 as well. Figure 4. will presents how big the movement was. And
REVERSE MIGRATION: URBAN TO RURAL One of the biggest problem in the world today is coping with the rising urbanization brought about by the economic liberalization. Although it has brought economic reforms and development but it has played a devil in the dark creating some dire and dirty consequences as well. The rising urbanization has seen exodus of people from rural to urban areas in search of better jobs, wages, higher standard of living and other facilities like scope for good education, health, transport and housing facilities. Now it has got its own pros and cons. Some advantages can be a better social integration, opening up new markets, whereas adversities are many, ranging from creating congestion to higher urban unemployment problems.
The population of major cities was growing with an increasing ease. In the early 20th century, there were 72% second or third generation immigrants There was an evident change in America and its society. Industrialization was taking place and it was very noticeable in the infrastructure and in the culture. A lot of factories, new buildings and places for entertainment like cinemas have been built. Also, the difference between the urban and the villages was changing even further, including the difference in the attitude within the family values, attitude about sex and gender roles were significantly evolving.
URBAN MENTAL HEALTH Urbanization being defined as the increase in the number of cities and urban population, is not only a demographic movement but also includes, social, economic and psychological changes that constitute the demographic movement. It is a process that leads to the growth of cities due to industrialization and economic development. The rapid increase in urban population worldwide is one among the important global health issues of the 21st century. In India approximately 28% of the India’s population lives in cities and this is expected to increase to 41% by the year 2020 (UN World Urbanization Prospects 2008). Urbanization affects mental health through the influence of increased stressors and factors such as overcrowded and
Nathan Huot Chapter 22 Notes Causes of the Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution was caused by economic development, population growth, agricultural revolution, expansion of trade, and an openness to innovation. The population in Europe rose exponentially with the fastest growth occurring in England and Wales where the population rose from 5.5 million in 1688, to 9 million in 1801, and 18 million by 1851. The Agricultural Revolution, which helped the innovations in manufacturing in the Industrial Revolution, was a revolution in farming that provided food for the city dwellers and forced poorer peasants off the land. In Europe, increasing production by traditional ways was a solution to the increasing demand that accompanied population
External migration towards Netherlands occurred after the enlargement of European Union, as immigrants increased in Central and Eastern Europe. It was at that time that immigrants were more than emigrants. Most of the migration was towards the 4 Largest cities (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Utrecht) due to widespread job opportunities, entertainment and further facilities. Urban Unemployment Over the years, unemployment has been fluctuating in Netherlands. However, an increase in GDP has been observed in the last few years.
“From 1821 to 1840, the number of immigrants was 742,564. In the following ten years, the number more than doubled to 1,713,251. In the first half of the 19th century, several factors in Europe contributed to mass immigration to the United States” (“A History”, n.d.). As the United States had grown in many ways such as economically and socially, the demand for workers had increased abundantly. The industrialization, potato famine, and the gold rush had caused many more immigrants to come to the United States either for money or a better chance at
Introduction China is having a rapid economic development since forty years ago. Its significant social change is the enormous numbers of folks migrate from rural areas to urban areas. In the period of 2000 to 2012, the proportion of flowing population raised from 1.21 millions to 2.36 millions. (National Population Census, 2013) Recently, the migrate workers (flowing population) tended to bring their children with them. However, the citizens’welfare system, school enrollment system or even healthcare system was according to the Hukou household registration system.