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Kelly, P. (2023) ‘What causes labour migration? The case of the Philippines’, Geography Review, 36 (4), pp.2-5.
This article takes a detailed look at the infrastructure which supports and promotes labour migration from the Philippines to the rest of the world.

Smallman-Raynor, M. & Jewitt, S. (2022) ‘Tracking the spread of Covid-19’, Geography Review, 36 (1), pp.26-30.
This article tracks the early stages of the global diffusion of the Covid-19 pandemic, and assesses its rate of spread through the Worldwide Air Transportation Network (WAN).

Oakes, S. (2022) ‘Everybody’s talking about… population 8 billion’, Geography Review, 36 (1), pp.6-7.
Are there too many people?

Dunn, C. (2021) ‘The population issue revisited’, Geography Review, 34 (4), pp.34-37.
When it comes to looking after the environment, is population control the elephant in the room? This article links to your unit on Population and the Environment. Look out for the discussion questions in this article.

Emigration, immigration and re-migration: a case study of Canadian-Chinese migration’, Geography Review, 33 (3), pp.34-37.
We tend to think if migration as a one-way process, and of immigrants to and emigrants from a country as separate groups. this article argues that patterns of migration are more complex, with nationalised immigrants often re-migrating back to their country of origin for parts of their life course.

Rawlings Smith, E. (2020) ‘Cutting urban air pollution: Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone’, Geography Review, 32 (2), pp.30-33.
Air pollution in cities affects health, quality of life and greenhouse-gas emissions. This article considers the UK’s record on air quality and provides a case study of Birmingham’s plans to introduce a Clean Air Zone.

Sabater, A. (2019) ‘Age segregation and place: social inequality in the UK’, Geography Review, 33 (2), pp.34-37.
Geographical segregation between different age groups is growing in the UK. This article looks at the patterns of age structure according to place, and considers the political and social implications of this inequality.

Adams, S. and Whittall, D. (2017) ‘Population change: a case study of Uganda’, Geography Review, 31 (2), pp.31-33.
This article provides a case study of a country with a classic youthful population structure and rapid population growth: Uganda. What are the reasons behind this population structure, and the implications for the future of the country?

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