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High birth rates Low birth rates
·People choose not to use
·Government don't allow people
contraception for religious reasons
more one child per female
·Women are very well educated and
·Clothing, feeding and educating
have careers
children is an expensive business
·Male children pass on the line of
·People study into adulthood,
inheritance between generations
delaying marriage until late 20s/30s
·Women marry young and become
·There is less pressure to have
·Parents own large areas of farmland
which needs working
·People are not educated and so fail
to understand contraception
·Children are dying during infancy due
to disease and poverty…read more

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High death rate Low death rate
·High levels of cramped manufacturing ·Excellent health and safety
and factory work standards for workers
·Widespread of HIV and AIDS outbreaks ·Diseases such as small pox
sweep across the country have been eradicated
·Children die at a young age due to ·People get jobs in the
starvation or malnutrition service sector, serving public
·Civil war and religious fighting on the in shops
streets and in villages ·Regular visits to the doctors
·Large numbers of people are living on are relatively easy to arrange
the street homeless and free
·People are willing to risk their lives in
dangerous unreliable work
·Hot, dry climate can destroy water
supplies in low areas
·Children are dying during infancy due
to disease and poverty…read more

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Densely When an area has a
high population Newly
Sparsely When an area has a low
population density countries
An increasing exporter to
Distribution How the population is the world market usually
spread over an area copying existing products
Natural The natural change in then reproducing them as a
increase/decrease population as an cheaper price. Rapid
increase or decrease growth in the
Immigration Movement of people manufacturing sector
into a country which results in more
exports. E.g. China
Emigration Movement of people
out of a country
Migration The general term for
the movement of
people from one place
to another
Birth rate The number of births
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Case study: Population change
Country: London
Total population: 8,174,100
Why has it changed: Many people have migrated to London because it is a
leading global city with strengths in arts, commerce, education,
entertainment, fashion, finance, healthcare, media, transport and tourism
Country: Japan
Total population: 127,817,277
Why has it changed: the Japan tsunami killed a large amount of people
which decrease its population. It used to be the 10th country with one of the
world's largest population. It is also the world's third largest economy. Many
people have either migrated, died or are in need of medical care.…read more

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Exponential growth-a pattern where the growth rate
constantly increases- often shown as a J-curve graph
Natural change-the difference between birth rate and
death rate
Life expectancy- the number of years a person is expected
to live
Rural to urban migration- moving home from a rural area
to settle in a city
Factors affecting population growth
Agriculture change
Emancipation and status of women…read more

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very helpful, but many spelling and grammar mistakes, makes the reader confused, otherwise really good and helpful .

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