CITB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter pp. 19-29: Kingsley Davis, Urban History, Social Evolution
The city reader - the urbanization of the human population by: kingsley davis. 5% urban in 1300 ce, but is now about 93% urban): the steep part of england"s s starts about 1750 with the start of the. Industrial revolution: a long, nearly level top to the s shows that england became nearly fully urbanized several decades ago. European countries now face declining populations and are currently debating the desirability of enacting family-friendly policies to reward childbearing. In contrast, today we have not only urban agglomerations of a size never before attained but also have a high proportion of their population concentrated in such agglomerations. Furthermore, another us definition states that urban population is at about. In the most advanced countries today, for example, urban populations are still growing, but their proportion of the total population is trending to remain stable or to diminish.