The Demographic Transition Model

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Over time the birth rate starts to decrease. It is stable in high sationary and early expanding. It dramatically decreases in the late expanding and then becomes stable. Over time the death rate starts to decrease. It is stable in high stationary and dramatically drops in early expanding then slowly becomes stable again in low stationary.

Birth Rate:

High Low

Tradition Birth control

Children needed to help with work  Available education

Death Rate:

High Low

Diseases New hospitals

Poor health care Better diets

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