The London Undergroundmap with a difference• Tube stop numbers represent life expectancy.• Tones of grey indicate levels of child poverty. 6
Task:1. Fill in the life expectancy data for tube stops along the Central Line.2. Describe the patterns of life expectancy and poverty along the Central Line.3. Write down what factors you think might be causing these patterns to occur? 7
Task: Investigation of socialdeprivation and poverty • You will work in pairs to explore social deprivation and poverty in London. • You have an information pack which includes maps, photographs and charts. You must use these to: 1) Identify where the areas of greatest deprivation occur. 2) Identify a range of symptoms associated with social deprivation and poverty. 3) Describe some of the features of the areas you identify. 9
HIC cities: social, economic andenvironmental problems Loss of Poor health and Urban business malnutrition decay Derelict Poverty: food; Lack of open buildings money; fuel. space High levels Air pollution Overcrowding of crime High Few people Poor unemployment can afford housing their own conditions Segregation home 11
However, some areas undergoregeneration… London DocklandsSalford Quays, Manchester Hulme, Manchester Stratford, LondonNewcastle 12
Further information:Data sets, maps, reports, news and videos• London Data store http://data.london.gov.uk/• London Profiler http://www.londonprofiler.org/• London’s Poverty Profile http://www.londonspovertyprofile.org.uk/• Deprivation and Poverty in London: get the data http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/datablog/2012/a pr/12/deprivation-poverty-london 13
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