why birth rate and death rate changes in each stage

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  • why birth rate and death rate changes through each DTM stage
    • stage 1 - high stationary
      • birth rate = high
        • children needed for farming
        • no family planning
        • religious/social encouragement
        • many children die at an early age
      • death rate = high
        • diseases
        • famine
        • poor medical knowledge
    • stage 3 - late expanding
      • birth rate = falling
        • improved medical care and diet
        • fewer children needed
      • death rate = slow falling
        • fewer children die
        • improvements in medical care
        • water supply and sanitation
    • stage 5 - decline
      • birth rate = very low
        • family planning
        • good health
        • later marriages
        • improving status of women
      • death rate = low
        • good healthcare
        • reliable food supply
    • stage 4 - low stationary
      • birth rate = low
        • family planning
        • good health
        • later marriages
        • improving status of women
      • death rate = low
        • good healthcare
        • reliable food supply
    • stage 2 - early expanding
      • birth rate = high
        • children needed for farming
        • no family planning
        • religious/ social encouragement
        • many children die early (diseases etc)
      • death rate = rapid fall
        • fewer children die
        • improvements in medical care
        • water supple and sanitation

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TomCorf

Works really well for 'test yourself' - would be even better with some colours :) 

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