Open space has been considerably increased, especially due to the reduction in farmland that has occurred because of improved productivity. As a result, many people move to large cities to get good services, goods and jobs. When it comes to pros of the ongoing urbanization, we can live more conveniently. . The United States and Europe had the majority of urbanization occur during the Industrial Revolution in the 19th century. This was due to the shortened amount of time needed to produce goods, as well as the costs saved for labor. Multinational corporations which were previously restricted to commercial activities are increasingly influencing political decisions.
Obviously today, almost every city skyline in America is defined by skyscrapers. Education was greatly helped by the Morrill Act of 1862 which granted public lands to the states for support of education, many of which became state universities. These clusters are situated either in deltas or on plains with abundant natural resources and a long history of development. So I'm pessimistic in that regard. This caused many people to abandon their farms and move to the industrial centers. The Women's Chritian Temperance Movement was headed by Frances E. Farmers were drawn from their fields and moved to cities to work in factories.
They applied Darwin's ideas to economics and that only wealthy people were fit to survive in the American economic system. Slums therefore, often become a breeding ground for criminal activities. Today, millions of people in America ride the subway every day. Research has it that there are many young city dwellers. Using such tools as zoning ordinances, communities can limit lot and house sizes, preserve some areas as open space, place residential neighborhoods near commuter stations, provide walking and bicycle trails and create a strong network of public transportation. The construction of roads and buildings destroys farmland and wildlife habitat.
They were generally accepted as hardworkers and the constant flow of them into America provided a steady flow of labor for newly emerging factories. The working conditions for the large amount of people working these factories where extremely poor. On the other hand, some urban development programs include rebuilding existing low-income housing and incorporating it with mid-income housing. He teaches at Shirley Middle School and he holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Massachusetts. Argument for Smart Growth: Open space is being threatened by urban expansion.
As for cons of the ongoing urbanization, we've destroyed our environment to make more roads, buildings, and houses. He also has his own views about how urbanization should be implemented, who should pay, the accompanying changes needed in the real estate and financial sectors, as well as who should and should not be allowed to benefit from the process. For example, the Yangtze River Delta which spans the borders of NanjingShanghai and Hangzhou. That is to improve standard of living or human well-being for instead. About the Author Martin Laine began writing professionally in 1967, with work appearing in a local newspaper. In 1893, the Hull House successfully lobbied for an Illinois anti-sweatshop law to protect women workers and prohibit child labor. Most of these entrepreneurs are benefiting from shared services and infrastructure because of the scale of activity going on in cities.
There are many shops, job opportunities, and education centers in large cities. As seen in many photographs from the early 1900s, New Immigrants lived in not only scare shelter, but decrepit and dirty buildings in cities. Cheaper Prices Along with making production processes more efficient, the Industrial Revolution also resulted in dramatically lower prices for goods. Opportunity to Accelerate Industrialization and Reduce Poverty Levels Urbanization is key to economic growth and development. The Pros of The Industrial Revolution 1.
Managing Sprawl Given that populations will continue to increase, urban areas will continue to grow. This is no longer sustainable. Hence from the above one can see that urbanization has got benefits as well as it has its limitations, but if government is awake then it can eradicate the disadvantages of urbanization and take benefit from it to build a better nation. In urban areas, public transportation system has developed. Spectacular Motivation, Changing The World With all of the new and innovative things that began to emerge out of this time period, people became more motivated and educated than over. Public transportation plays a major role in the success of many urban development areas. However in order to meet our demands, we sometimes harm to the environment.
With the principles of liberalism in the Indian economy, it merged the economic imperatives with the economies of other countries planked a lot of job opportunities in India and almost it was happening in city centers and it made them to migrate into city centers, it boosted the rural- urban population. For example we need a reform of China's financial systems or markets, otherwise the drive could be misused by certain interest groups to generate exorbitant profits for themselves and financial resources won't be allocated in an equitable and fair way. Counter-Argument: While transportation costs are greater in more sprawling urban areas, lower housing costs more than make up the difference, making the overall cost of living lower where sprawl is greater. The road has gradually become worse, and public water supply is totally unavailable. They used and renewed the resources at their disposal. Spending on clothes and other basic necessities will be fueled by low-income households, who will make up the majority of these African cities. This reduced the time and labor that was involved in creating the things that people needed everyday.
Traffic congestion worsens with more people moving into these cities. As the population becomes more dispersed, government agencies must also expand to meet the needs of these citizens. The revenue accrued from tax is used by the governments to provide social services, such as health and education. Other factors that determine the process of urbanization or urban growth are access to higher quality services such as: clean water sanitation , better medical care, higher levels of educational quality , and a lifestyle with access to larger leisure centers and entertainment cinemas, theaters, shoppings, sports, etc. Along with small size, the plumbing, ventilation, and lighting was often very poor.