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Reurbanization refers to the movement of people back into an area that has been previously abandoned.[1] Reurbanization is usually a government's initiative to counter the problem of inner city decline otherwise known as gentrification. Inner-city decline usually occurs when problems such as pollution, overpopulation, inadequate housing, etc. arise.


  1. ^ Book: Paine, J. & Bliss, S. (2000). Geoactive Stage 5: Australian Geography (Ed. 2) Milton, Qld: John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd


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