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|Measurement of population per unit area
|Any area which you wish to analyze demographically
|Descriptions of where people live/are on earth.
|Natality - Birth Rate
|Number of births by a number of people (usually 1000) per year.
|Mortality - Death Rate
|Number of deaths of people (usually 1000) per year.
|A population that is growing exponentially.
|Zero Population Growth
|A population that is not growing.
|Number of different aged people in a population
|A chart that shows the different number of people in certain age groups in a population.
|A specific group of people
|Number of males for each female in a population.
|Areas or regions designed for men or women
|Standard of Living
|Refers to the level of economic wealth, comfort, material goods and necessities in a certain area.
|Infant Mortality Rate
|Number of deaths of infants per a number of people (usually 1000).
|Diffusion of Fertility Control
|The spread of birth control in an area.
|When a disease is transmitted to a new location.
|A trait that is more harmful than helpful.
|Ability of a certain area to sustain life.
|A formula taking the increase or decrease in the population plus or minus the amount of migration to the area.
|Comparing the number of people not in the labor force to the number of people that are in an area.
|Rate of Natural Increase
|Birth rate minus death rate in a population.
|Time it takes for a population to double.
|When the population falls but then comes back to be higher than the starting point.
|When the population increases slowly then quickly then slowly again.
|Referring to inhabited land
|When there are too many people in a specific area.
|When there aren't enough people in a specific area.
|Amount of people an area can support.
|Estimates of the population at a future date.
|The tendency for a population to keep growing after a fertility decline because once this happens the country moves to a different stage in the demographic transition model.