Chapter 5d - Cultural Landscape Changes

IB Geography: Chapter 5d - Cultural Landscape Changes

Urban landscapes are increasingly homogeneous. This is driven by market forces, urban planning and transportation. Cities are increasingly dominated by tall buildings, highways, and branded franchises and include downtown skyscrapers, suburban sprawl and strip mauls. Rapid population growth leads to a homogeny of slum development in developing countries and with limited value placed on heritage, historical buildings...


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