Population Change - Unit 2a

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Go through the 5 different stages of the demographic transition model.
1)BR+DR=High and fluctuating.PGR=0,PS=low.(2)BR=high,DR=Rapid Fall,PGR=Very high,PS=Rapid Increasing.(3)BR=Rapid Decrease,DR=Slow Decrease,PGR=High,PS=Increasing.(4)BR+DR=low and fluctuating,PGR=0,PS=High (5)BR=Decrease,DR=Low,PGR=Negative,PS=Fall
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What are the two strategies to control rapid population growth?
Birth Control Programmes and Immigration Laws
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What are push and pull factors?
Push factors are things about a persons origin, usually negative. Pull Factors are things about a persons destination, usually positive.
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Name a positive and negative impact of migration.
Positive - Reduced demand on services, increased labour force. Negative - Aging population, locals and immigrants compete for jobs.
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What are two things that affect the population size of the world?
Birth rate and death rate
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Give once economic impact on rapid population growth,
There aren't enough jobs, there's increased poverty.
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Give one social impact on rapid population growth,
Children have to work to support large families, services like health are and education can't cope with an increased population.
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What is an aging population?
A population that has a high proportion of older people.
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Give one strategy to cope with an aging population.
Raising the retirement age, raising taxes.
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Name one birth control and one non birth control population policy.
China's one child policy, Indonesia's transmigration policy.
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What is a refugee?
A person forced to move out of their country
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Whats the difference between an immigrant and emigrant?
Immigrants are when people move into an area, emigrants are when they leave an area.
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Are richer countries likely to be in the early stages of the DTM?
No, they be in the later stages, like 3-5.
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Under what circumstance does natural increase happen?
When the birth rate is higher then the death rate.
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