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Going Global

Going Global

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AS Revision Geography
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Going Global
Globalisation1.
 
What is globalisation?
Using the diagram above define the term globalisation:
2.
 
Globalisation, population change and migration
Demographic (population) changes are an important aspect of globalisation. Economic growth usually triggersfrom the amount of people living in a region.Define the demographic terms below.Birth rateDeath rateEconomic migrantInternal migrationIntervening obstacleIntervening opportunityNatural increaseUsing examples explain the role intervening obstacles and intervening opportunities influence migration.InterveningopportunitiesInterveningobstacles
 
Push and pull factors are usually identified to explain migration flows. These factors are reasons why peopleare repelled by (push), or attracted to (pull), different places.Provide examples of push and pull factors below.Push Pull
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The
Demographic Transition Model
describes key global demographic changes:
 
how fertility (birth rate) and mortality (death rate) are the drivers
 
places where population pressure is still building and places where it is notComplete the table below describing each stage of the DTM (one has been done for you).Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5Birth rate HighDeath rate HighNaturalincreaseStableExamplecountriesFew remotegroups
 
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Evolution of globalisation
A number of factors have been responsible for the lengthening and deepening of the interconnectionsbetween places that define globalisation.Using examples annotate the table below explaining how these factors have accelerated globalisation

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