1. What is a negative social impact of rapid population growth?
- More poverty in the areas
- Fewer old people, so government doesn't focus on old age policies such as pensions
- Possible food shortages
- Not enough jobs so unemployment increases
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2. What are the two main laws to control rapid population growth?
- Child Benefits and Facility Concessions
- Birth Control programmes and immigration laws
- Maternity Leave and Increased Salary
- Migration laws and Free Childcare
3. What is the case study for an ageing population?
- The UK
4. In what stage of the demographic transition model is the population size highest?
- Stage 5
- Stage 2
- Stage 4
- Stage 1
5. What are the four main stratergies to cope with an ageing population?
- Improved medical facilities, increased retirement age, encouraging immigration and encouraging larger families.
- Increased taxes, increased retirement age, encouraging immigration and encouraging larger families.
- More free transport for older people, increased taxes, increased retirement age, more elderly provisions
- Increased taxes, decreased retirement age, encouraging immigration, encouraging smaller families