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Britain and the US are poor societies with some very rich people

  • Read through the article and note how John Burn-Murdoch uses data to analyse trends and patterns between countries. Data analysis is a key skill in A level geography

  • With reference to the first set of graphs ‘disposable household income’ analyse how UK household disposable income varies compared with Slovenia and Norway

  • Using the interactive chart on disposable household income, select 2 ACs (advanced economies) and 2 EDCs (middle income economies), describe and explain how income distributions vary compared with the UK 

Alasdair Monteith, Gordonstoun

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