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Some problems of urban and rural industry.
Ruskin College, Oxford.
At head of title: Published by the Council of Ruskin College.
|Statement||Papers by G. D. H. Cole [and others] With criticisms ... Ruskin College, Oxford.|
|Series||The reorganisation of industry series, II|
|Contributions||Cole, G. D. H. 1889-1959., Phillips, Marion G., Orwin, Charles Stewart, 1876-, Ashby, Arthur W., Conference of Working-class Associations, Bradford, Eng., 1917.|
|LC Classifications||HD8390 .R98|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||19002866|
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(b) Economic base: an urban area is a sett lement with a certain population size as. Pros: Rural to urban migration appears historically to be necessary for industrialization.
It appears that this migrations makes a cheap source of labor available to a country's developing industries.urbanization denotes the redistribution of populations from rural to urban settlements over time.
However, it is important to acknowledge that the criteria for defining what is urban may vary from country to country, which cautions us against a strict comparison of urbanization cross-nationally.
The fundamental difference between urban and rural isFile Size: KB.urbanisation is not just the result of rural–urban migration, particularly if rural–urban migration is taken to mean long-term rural dwellers moving permanently to urban centres.
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