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Factors affecting population change

Demographic factors

Decreasing death rates and infant mortality lead to a higher population
growth rate as less people die but also because if fewer children die then
the birth rate will also decrease as fewer children are needed to
compensate for the losses.
The time between…

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decreases meaning they will have to rely on an immigrant workforce like other
countries in stage 4 such as the UK.

China's one child policy: China in the 1980's was comparing its economy to
that of developed nations, and felt that they couldn't improve with the rate
of population growth…

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to reduce the population growth they feel the education of women is more
important than having a developed economy in terms of reducing the
population growth rate.

Economic factors

In less developed countries children are seen as an economic asset as they
are needed for working such as in factories…


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