Rural and urban communities

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Rural and urban communities

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RURAL AND URBAN COMMUNITY:

RURAL AND URBAN COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY:

Human Settlements Are Called Communities. Community A Group Of People Living Together As A Clan . These Share Common Interests With Specific Locality, Nature Of Living, Size Of Community, Sentiments, Likeliness…. COMMUNITY

TyPes Of ComMunitY:

RURAL URBAN TyPes Of ComMunitY

RURAL COMMUNITY:

RURAL COMMUNITY Rural areas include Villages and Hamlets. People in this community having belongingness, sharing their emotions living in a specific locality within a village. While rural areas may develop randomly on the basis of natural vegetation (agriculture) and fauna available in a region.

URBAN COMMUNITY:

URBAN COMMUNITY Urban areas can include town and cities. Urban areas are proper, planned settlements built up according to a process of urbanization. Urban areas are defined by their advanced amenities, opportunities for education, facilities for transport, business and social interaction and overall better standard of living.

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Difference Of Rural And Urban Communities TYPE RURAL LIFE URBAN LIFE Environment: Close / direct contact with nature. Greater isolation from nature. Predominance of manmade (artificial environment). Occupation: Main occupation is agriculture. No fundamental occupation. People engaged in manufacturing, mechanical pursuits, trade commerce, professions and other non-agricultural occupations. Size of Community: Small (population low) Large (population high) Social Mobility: Mobility is less intensive. They follows same occupation, stay in the same village Mobility is more intensive. People change occupation and even leave places in search of new and better occupation Social Interaction: Less numerous contacts. The area of interaction system is narrower. More numerous contacts. Area of interactions is wider, the relation are superficial and short-lived. Culture: Sacred (Religious) culture. Secular (Non-religious) culture. Standard of Living: Standard of living is low. Standard of living is high.

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