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Content description VCGGK151

Geography / Levels 9 and 10 / Geographical Knowledge / Geographies of human wellbeing
Content description
Reasons and consequences for spatial variations in human wellbeing on a regional scale within India or another country of the Asia region; and on a local scale in Australia
  1. examining spatial data on human wellbeing in India to identify the regions with different levels of wellbeing, identifying patterns and debating explanations of the differences
  2. examining how a person’s wellbeing is influenced by where they live, with reference to at least two different scales in a country of the Asia region
  3. researching spatial differences in the wellbeing of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population across Australia, and the extent to which these differences depend on how wellbeing is measured
  4. explaining the spatial pattern of human wellbeing in Australia at a local scale, such as within a city or region, and its causes
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