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AGS Geo Final

Chapter 2 and part of 3

Stage I Demographic Transition Model NRI-low CBR-high CDR-high
Stage II Demographic Transition Model NRI high CBR high CDR low
Stage III Demographic Transition Model NRI-medium CBR-medium CDR-low
Stage IV Demographic Transition Model NRI-low CBR-low CDR-low
Thomas Malthius theory of food production and population growth theory that the world population was going outgrow the food supply
Was Malthius right or wrong wrong during the past half century, global condition hve not supported his theory
Neo-Malthusians beliefs Medical technology has made even poor countries enter Stage 2 and grow rapidlyPoplulation is outgrowing all resources not just food
Push factors factors that make people leave a country, they can be economic, cultural or environmentalexamples are job scarcity, political instabilityhazardous environment
pull factors factors that make people migrate into a new country for example a new factory (jobs), political safety, physically attractive regions
migration trends to the U.S.A. from the 1800's through the early 21rst century Initial settlement of the colonies in the early 1800'smid 19th century to early 20th century - Europeans coming for economic reasons. 1970's to today Mostly Latin American and Asian immigrants