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Weegy: this is simply the 'village' affect. it is a natural recourse of humans to seek recourse in the company of others. this is to both nourish the need for social interaction and to find useful work. [ work is found by offering labour or skills to others so when you have a group of people with needs it is easier to find labour etc to fulfil those needs in a group. if we expand this reasoning we get larger groups. more needs , more labour and skills available to meet those needs and thus we have a fully functioning town. it slowly increases to become a city etc. by not having to travel too far it is much easier to function therefore it is a mutual function of groups of people to assist with work needs etc in a close location not having to search far and wide. thus man will always gather in an urbanization affect. ]
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Urbanization is an increase in a population in cities and towns versus rural areas.
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