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Content description VCGGK125

Geography / Levels 7 and 8 / Geographical Knowledge / Changing nations
Content description
The reasons for and effects of internal migration in Australia and China
  1. identifying and explaining the main types, patterns and trends of internal migration in Australia. For example, employment, lifestyle and retirement migration
  2. examining the effects of resource development in Australia on employment growth in both the resource regions and the cities, and on internal migration
  3. explaining why changes in the spatial distribution of population are a good indicator of economic and social change in a country
  4. examining the role of labour migration in the urban development of China. For example, the growth of Shenzhen, Guangdong Province
  5. exploring the issues relating to China’s ‘floating population’
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