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The Population of the UK, Chapter 10

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Accompanying slides for the book "The Population of the UK" by Danny Dorling, Cartography by Benjamin Hennig, published by Sage (2012) …

Accompanying slides for the book "The Population of the UK" by Danny Dorling, Cartography by Benjamin Hennig, published by Sage (2012)
http://www.uk.sagepub.com/books/Book238949


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  • 1. http://www.dannydorling.org/books/ukpopulation THE POPULATION The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield OF THE UK A different view of life in the United Kingdom by Danny Dorling and Benjamin D. Hennig Chapter 10 ABROAD…THE KINGDOM’S PLACE IN THE WORLD
  • 2. The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield A different view of the world - its children in 2010 The cartogram gives every child living in the world the same amount of space on the map. In the cartogram, each equally-sized grid cell from the real world is resized according to the number of children living in that space. Named countries are those included in the surveys reported in this chapter - Data source: SEDAC Columbia University (2010)Abroad…the Kingdom’s place in the world Figure 10.1
  • 3. The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield Severe water deprivation for children in the world Data source: UNICEF report, 2000Abroad…the Kingdom’s place in the world Figure 10.2
  • 4. The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield Severe sanitation deprivation for children in the world Data source: UNICEF report, 2000Abroad…the Kingdom’s place in the world Figure 10.3
  • 5. The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield Severe shelter deprivation for children in the world Data source: UNICEF report, 2000Abroad…the Kingdom’s place in the world Figure 10.4
  • 6. The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield Severe information deprivation for children in the world Data source: UNICEF report, 2000Abroad…the Kingdom’s place in the world Figure 10.5
  • 7. The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield Severe education deprivation for children in the world Data source: UNICEF report, 2000Abroad…the Kingdom’s place in the world Figure 10.6
  • 8. The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield Severe food deprivation for children in the world Data source: UNICEF report, 2000Abroad…the Kingdom’s place in the world Figure 10.7
  • 9. The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield Severe health care deprivation for children in the world Data source: UNICEF report, 2000Abroad…the Kingdom’s place in the world Figure 10.8
  • 10. The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield Severe overall deprivation for children in the world Data source: UNICEF report, 2000Abroad…the Kingdom’s place in the world Figure 10.9
  • 11. The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield Absolute overall deprivation for children in the world Data source: UNICEF report, 2000Abroad…the Kingdom’s place in the world Figure 10.10
  • 12. Regional cartogram of the children of the British Isles Region Children2001 (millions) Northern Ireland 0.45 North East 0.56 The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield Wales 0.66 East Midlands 0.94 South West 1.06 Yorkshire and Humber 1.14 East of England 1.21 West Midlands 1.23 North West 1.57 London 1.62 Scotland 1.65 South East 1.79 UK (total) 13.9 The UK represented by 14 squares - Data Source: UK Census 2001Abroad…the Kingdom’s place in the world Figure 10.11
  • 13. Key Point Summary • The majority of children in the word still lack what in Britain is usually taken for granted The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield • The economic success of the United Kingdom is partly reliant on other places being insecure • The majority of the world’s children are poor partly because of actions of people in BritainAbroad…the Kingdom’s place in the world