Demographic Transition Model

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Stage 1: 1750-1800 (Great Britain) or very poor LEDC.
Birth and death rates are high and fluctuating, giving a small population growth.
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Stage 2: 1800-1880 (Great Britain) or LEDCs
Birth Rates remain high but death rate starts to fall rapidly.
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Stage 3: 1880-1950 (Great Britain) or NICs/poorer MEDcs
Death rates continue to fall and stabilises. Birth rates start to fall quickly
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Stage 4: 1950 to present (Great Britain) or MEDCs
Birth and death rates beome low and fluctuating
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Stage 5: a few MEDCs
Birth rates
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Card 2

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Stage 2: 1800-1880 (Great Britain) or LEDCs

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Birth Rates remain high but death rate starts to fall rapidly.

Card 3

Front

Stage 3: 1880-1950 (Great Britain) or NICs/poorer MEDcs

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

Stage 4: 1950 to present (Great Britain) or MEDCs

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Stage 5: a few MEDCs

Back

Preview of the front of card 5

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