Designed for the AQA GCSE (9-1) Geography Course - The Changing Economic World
- In this detailed yet to-the-point case study, Nigeria is used to exemplify how NEEs are experiencing rapid economic development, leading to significant social, environmental and cultural change.
- This resource is a perfect document for students’ revision of an NEE experiencing rapid economic development, for use in their final exams at the end of their GCSE course.
- The case study illustrates:
1. The location and importance of Nigeria, both regionally and globally.
2. The wider political, social, cultural and environmental context within which Nigeria is situated.
3. The changing industrial structure of Nigeria, including the balance between different sectors of its economy and how its growing manufacturing industry has stimulated economic development.
4. The role of transnational corporations (TNCs) in relation to Nigeria’s industrial development and the advantages & disadvantages TNCs have brought to Nigeria.
5. The changing political and trading relationships of Nigeria with the wider world.
6. Nigeria’s foreign aid, including types of aid and the impacts of such aid.
7. The environmental impacts of economic development in Nigeria.
8. The effects of economic development on quality of life for the Nigerian population.
The first student who used this revision resource achieved a Level 9 in the 2018 AQA GCSE Geography Exams!
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