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What does ESPN-HD stand for? Economics, Social, Political. Nature, Historical, Demographics
Stage 1 - Economics hunter-gatherers; agriculture
Stage 1 - Social tribal loyalties, religious cosmologies, small clans and tribes (30-200 people), each tribe has own languages, rules, and customs, children an asset, money and ownership with agriculture
Stage 1 - Politics egalitarian societies with hunter-gatherers; development of cities, hierarchies develop, and people specialize with agriculture
Stage 1 - Nature disease, famine, and war with HG, contagious diseases with cities and domestication of animals (small pox); very low ecological impact; some specifies of flora and fauna extinct
Stage 1 - History 200 kya- 10,000 HG; 10,000-1750 Agriculture
Stage 1 - Demographics High CBR 40 ; High CDR 39 ; low NIR 0.05% HG, 0.1% AG; low population 5 million HG, 10 million Ag, 100 million by 1 CE, young population
Stage 2 - Economics early industrial (textiles and simple metals); mass production; the development of wealth for the first time; the rise of a middle class
Stage 2 - Social MaProd leaves time specialize&innovate;shift to science &reason over mysticism, strong sense of nationalism, religion plays big role,tribal loyalites remain on local level,children still assets,women and minorities still inferior; cultures begin to clash
Stage 2 - Politics nationalism develops, more structured national governments; governments still very unstable (LDCs); military rulers and dictatorships
Stage 2 - Nature age of receding pandemics due to scientific and technological advances, contagious diseases do increase in urban areas, spread in cities due to high populations (cholera) high environmental impact, pollution and depletion of resources
Stage 2 - History 1750-1870 West (MDCs); 1940-1970 the rest (LDCs)
Stage 2 - Demographics High CBR 35 ; Lower CDR 15 ; HIGHEST NIR 2% to 2.5% ; high population: 500 million rises to 1 billion
Stage 3 - Economics mature industrial (metals, machines), mass production; a middle class begins to develop, but there are still areas that remain very poor
Stage 3 - Social women become educated and self-aware, minorities gain some rights, children become more of a liability; clashes with global culture continue as local culture tries to maintain identity
Stage 3 - Politics international relations; supranational organizations, more stable governments and democracies develop, but the political structure is still vulnerable to dictators and military regimes
Stage 3 - Nature vaccinations, access to health care, life expectancy increases; very high environmental impact, pollution and depletion of resources
Stage 3 - History 1870-1970 (MDCs); 1970-1990 (some LDCs: Latin America and Asia); all of the world was at 2 or 3 during this period so the world has its largest population growth from 1950-1990
Stage 3 - Demographics Lower BR 25 ; Lower CDR 10 ; High NIR 1.5% ; high population 1 billion to 3 billion, still large population growth
Stage 4 - Economics Tertiary (service based), mass consumer society
Stage 4 - Social women delay child birth for careers, global culture dominates; mass communications, materialism, consumerism, urbanism, western ideologies dominate, societies become more secular
Stage 4 - Politics international relations; on a world stage top of the political hierarchy; supranational organizations; stable democracies but political structures become polarized (meaning there are two extremes)
Stage 4 - Nature health care access; age of degenerative diseases (heart disease &cancer); detrimental eco. impacts; highest emitters of CO2,use of natural resources,pollution;depletion of resources become apparent &visible, deforestation, desertification, killing species
Stage 4 - History 1970 to present (MDCs) some Asian countries
Stage 4 - Demographics very low CBR 15 ; Low CDR 5 ; Low NIR 0.1% or even lower 0.5% even negative in some countries ; high population 1 billion to 3 billion
Created by: emily.grace
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