Modernisation and Populations

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What do modernisation theorists state about populations in developing world?
That they are going through the demographic transition, with fallig death rathers, however the key difference is that the birth rate is not falling.
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What is the implication of the modernisation theory?
It contradicts it because MT state that TW should follow the same modernisation process as the west in order to develop
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What is stated about the overpopulation and failures of the TW?
That they are a result of backward traditional cultures
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Why is this?
Because the norm is to have large families
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What is this related to?
Religious beliefs
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What are the two key religious beliefs?
Islam who often have large extended kin families and RCC who believe that the family is vital for the continuation of traditions and beliefs
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