use urbanisation in a sentence.
To me this is a symptom of the totally unnatural effect of urbanisation.
There's no sense of stuff and clutter, urbanisation and buildings everywhere and people people people.
So is urbanisation a bad idea?
All I was trying to say was that using the average suicide rate may be misleading when the population is so diverse, and urbanisation is concentrated in certain areas.
These stations, they believe, have been seriously compromised by factors such as urbanisation, changes in land use and, in many cases, being moved from site to site.
The journalist completely misses the point: high level of urbanisation, high population density was allowed by skyscrapers.
The other thing you point out is interesting - the urbanisation rate of Australia.
Many of these arguments strike me as particularly weak, none more so than slide 36, where he claims that China's urbanisation rate is being understated because they have a much higher population density threshold for what qualifies as a "city".
The power of tribal leaders has significantly decreased with urbanisation though.