Population Change

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what are 2 different strategies to control rapid population growth?
-Birth control programmes: sex education; free contraception -immigration laws: limit the number of people allowed to immigrate.
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what are the economic impacts of rapid population growth?
not enough jobs (leading to an unemployment increase); increased poverty because more people are born into families that are already poor.
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what are the political impacts of rapid population growth?
most of the population is made up of young people so polices are focused on things important to young people;the government has to make policies to control the population growth
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what are the social impacts of rapid population growth?
services can't cope so not everybody has access to them; children have to work and miss out on their eductaion; housing shortage; food shortages
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what is the definition of birth rate?
the number of live babies born per thousand of the population per year
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