as electricity, running water, and sewage systems. Many resent the social stigma of living there. Still others consider the use of the cemetery for housing a desecration. Is Cairo overpopulated? Are overcrowding and overpopulation the same thing? To what extent does crowding relate to quality of life? What circumstances prompt people to migrate within a country or to a new country? In this chapter we explore the topics of population and migration through spatial, ecological, and regional perspectives.
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â?‘ Study the picture and read the opening story. â?‘ Scan the Learning Objectives in each section: p. 66 â?‘ p. 73 â?‘ p. 78 â?‘ p. 81 â?‘ â?‘ Read the text and study all visuals. Answer any questions.
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Video Explorations, p. 73 Process Diagram, p. 77 What a Geographer Sees, p. 86 Stop: Answer the Concept Checks before you go on: p. 73 â?‘ p. 78 â?‘ p. 80 â?‘ p. 91 â?‘
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â?‘ Review the Summary and Key Terms. â?‘ Answer the Critical and Creative Thinking Questions. â?‘ Answer What is happening in this picture? â?‘ Complete the Self-Test and check your answers.