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SS- 11A Ch.11
Population Trends and Issues
|The statistical study of the characteristics, trends, and issues of human populations.
|A country with highly developed economy and infrastructure and high living standard.
|A country with a less sophisticated economy and lower standard of living than developed countries; many have extensive poverty.
|The number of births per 1000 people in a country in a given year.
|The number of deaths per 1000 people in a country in a given year.
|The number of new arrivals in a country in a given year per 1000 people.
|The number of people leaving a country in a given year per 1000 people.
|Natural Increase (NI)
|The rate at which a population increase (or decreases) in a year expressed as a percentage of the total population. Death - Birth = Natural
|A rapid rate of population growth as each generation doubles in size.
|Rule of 70
|The time it takes a country to double its population. 70/Growth = Time for 2(population)
|The number of years it takes a country to double its population at its current growth rate.
|The difference between the number of people immigrating to a country and the number of people emigrating.
|Population Growth Rate
|The rate at which a country's population increases or decreases; calculated by adding natural increase and net migration.
|The average number of years an individual is expected to live.
|Demography Transition Model
|Show changes in a population's birth and death rates and growth based on technology development.
|Deaths in a population.
|The concept of limiting the size of families.
|Total Fertility Rate
|The average number of children born over the lifetime of a typical woman in a particular country.
|A policy adopted by China to control population growth.
|A bar graph that shows male and female populations back to back at age intervals of five years.
|An age group in a population. Ex. The number of people between the ages of 10 and 14.
|The proportion of the population (children and those over 65 years of age) that is being supported by the working age group.
|The maximum number of people that can be sustained by an environment.
|The pattern of where people live in an area.
|The number of people living in a giving area; calculated by dividing the population by its area.
|A measure of how much nutrition in calories can be produced from a certain area. Ex. Fertile soil : Canada's North
|The process of collecting, compiling and publishing demographic, economic and social data about all people living in a particular area
|A person who moves from one region to another.