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- The Future of Global Health Is Urban Health
- Rapid urbanization - Its impact on mental health: A South Asian perspective
- Study Session 5 Urbanisation: Trends, Causes and Effects
Diseases are rapidly urbanizing.
The Future of Global Health Is Urban Health
In this study session, you will learn about the trends in urbanisation and the causes of urban growth. You will also learn about the demographic, health, environmental and social consequences of urbanisation. In Study Session 2 you learned about the overall trend in global population growth. Most of this increase is taking place in urban areas. Urbanisation is an increase in the number of people living in towns and cities. Urbanisation occurs mainly because people move from rural areas to urban areas and it results in growth in the size of the urban population and the extent of urban areas.
Urbanization is attractive to many rural citizens for the many opportunities it creates in bettering their quality of life. However, many elements of urbanization can turn burdensome for a city and its citizens if it is not planned for carefully. This global phenomenon is called urbanization — essentially increasing the population of rural areas an area with residents or fewer , and turning them into urban areas a central city, and surrounding areas, with a population exceeding 50, people. Economic, political, and social issues merge with circumstances of modernization to make people want to migrate from rural to urban areas. Causes of urbanization include:. Urbanization is a complex process, as many of its driving factors play into and give rise to one another. Once a rural city becomes urbanized, it may begin to thrive from several beneficial features — most of which are what attracts more people to them.
Urbanization occurred rapidly in the second half of the nineteenth century in the United States for a number of reasons. The new technologies of the time led to a massive leap in industrialization, requiring large numbers of workers. New electric lights and powerful machinery allowed factories to run twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Workers were forced into grueling twelve-hour shifts, requiring them to live close to the factories. While the work was dangerous and difficult, many Americans were willing to leave behind the declining prospects of preindustrial agriculture in the hope of better wages in industrial labor. Furthermore, problems ranging from famine to religious persecution led a new wave of immigrants to arrive from central, eastern, and southern Europe, many of whom settled and found work near the cities where they first arrived.
Rapid urbanization - Its impact on mental health: A South Asian perspective
Urban history passed a landmark in For the first time, more than half the people in low- and middle-income countries live in cities. But as urbanization continues to accelerate, particularly in poorer nations, the world will need to work to make those cities livable and healthful for their inhabitants. Health Policy and Initiatives. Noncommunicable Diseases. Immigration and Migration.
Rapid increase in urban population as a proportion of total population is resulting in rapid urbanization of the world. By the end of , a majority of the world's population will be living in the cities. This paradigm shift in the dynamics of human population is attracting attention of demographers, sociologists, scientists, and politicians alike. Urbanization brings with it a unique set of advantages and disadvantages. Though it is driving the economies of most of the nations of the world, a serious concern regarding the impact of urbanization on mental health is warranted. The impact of urbanization on mental health in South-Asian countries needs to be examined.
Study Session 5 Urbanisation: Trends, Causes and Effects
Urbanization or urbanisation refers to the population shift from rural to urban areas , the decrease in the proportion of people living in rural areas , and the ways in which societies adapt to this change. Although the two concepts are sometimes used interchangeably, urbanization should be distinguished from urban growth. Whereas urbanization refers to the proportion of the total national population living in areas classified as urban, urban growth strictly refers to the absolute number of people living in those areas. Urbanization is relevant to a range of disciplines, including urban planning , geography , sociology , architecture , economics , and public health. The phenomenon has been closely linked to modernization , industrialization , and the sociological process of rationalization.
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