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Population

Birth rate ­ the number of live births in a country per 1000 per year.

Death rate ­ the number of deaths in a country per 1000 per year

Natural change ­ the difference between the birth rate and the death rate, normally measured as a percentage. It can…

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Patterns:

Low growth rates: Europe, Oceania and North America

Example : europe's population is predicted to decline by 90million between 1995 and 1950

High growth rates: Asia (rapid but declining)

Example: China, India and Pakistan are expected to contribute greatest to world population growth between 1995 and 2050 and it…

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Stage of development ­ population structure and the stages of the dtm

All countries and regions of the world are dynamic and changing. They develop both economically and socially and this affects population change over
time.

Fertility

The global fertility rate is 2.12 which varies at the country level

In…

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Global death rates

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The demographic transition model

Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5
High Early Late Low Decline
fluctuating expanding expanding fluctuating
High birth A period of A period of A period of The death
rate and high high birth rate falling birth low birth rate rate slightly
death…

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encourages the birth the rearing of lifestyles (e.g. same
of more children children more sex relationships)
children seen as a expensive a rise in the concept
future source of lower infant of childlessness
income mortality rate the DR may slightly
cultural factors ­ the availability of increase because
children seen…

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