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Australia's changing non-metropolitan population



Australia's changing non-metropolitan population



TRDC Publication, Rural Development Centre, University of New England (151): 8: 1-29



The terms 'turnaround' and 'counter-urbanization' refer to the reversal of a century-old tendency for the percentage of the national population concentrated in metropolitan centres to show consistent progressive increases with each census. Most demographic change occurs in a gradual and incremental way rather than in a sudden burst, and as a result goes undetected until it has progressed to an advanced stage.

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