Key Terms

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  • Created on: 26-03-14 09:43
Overpopulation
Too many people in a place which cannot support them e.g. food, water, jobs
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Exponential Growth
The increasing rate of growth created by more people in the world having more children
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Natural Increase
The difference between the number of babies being born and the number of people dying
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Birth rate
Number of babies being born per 1000 population in a country
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Death rate
Number of deaths per 1000 population in a country
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Population Stabilisation
When the birth rate and death rates are almost equal
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Fertility Rate
Number of children born on average to women of child bearing age
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Population Policy
Measures taken by the governments to influence population size, growth, distribution or compositition
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Anti-natalist
Policies that encourage people to have FEWER children
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Pro-natalist
Policies that include incentives to encourage people to have more children
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Immigrant
The movement of people from one place to another
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Migrant
A person that moves to another country
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GNI
Gross National Interest - Average amount of money earned if divided equally among all people in a country per year
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The increasing rate of growth created by more people in the world having more children

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Exponential Growth

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The difference between the number of babies being born and the number of people dying

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Number of babies being born per 1000 population in a country

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Number of deaths per 1000 population in a country

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Comments

theninjaemu

Really good! The only thing I can think of is that "the movement of people from one place to another" is "immigration," no "immigrant." Otherwise, a great source!

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