DTM model

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  • Created by: michi_99x
  • Created on: 05-04-16 09:57

STAGE 1: HIGH FLUCUATING

  • low population
  • high birth rate - no birth control
  • lots of diseases - high death rate 
  •  birth and death rate fluctuate
  • poor nutrition and famine
  • poor housing and hygiene
  • no healthcare
  • year: 1900s
  • example: Tribal areas
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STAGE 2: EARLY DEPENDING

  • Higher population
  • Birth rate still increasing
  • Rapid decrease in death rate
  • Decrease in infant mortality rates
  • Increase in healthcare
  • Better water access
  • year: Early 1900s
  • Example: Zambia
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STAGE 3: LATE EXPANDING

  • Decreasing Birth rate and death rate
  • Better healthcare
  • Contraception/smaller families/expensive to bring up a child
  • Increase in population 
  • Year: 1970's/80's
  • Example:India
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STAGE 4: LOW FLUCTUATING

  • Pop. has increased
  • Death rate increasing, birth rate increasing (still low)
  • Birth rate: birth control, focus on careers
  • Year: 2010-ish
  • Example: European countries
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STAGE 5: DECLINE

  • death rate has increased, but birth rate decreasing
  • more ageing population
  • less people having babies
  • Year: 2030-2050
  • Example: Germany and Italy
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