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# of human in the world?
- 7 billion+ human in the world
- 10,700 babies/hr
- growing exponentially!
3 categories of demographic countries
- developed countries
- moderately developed (developing)
- less developed (developing)
what are the qualities of developed countries
- highly industrialized
- low birth rates
- low baby mortality
- long life spans
- highest avg. GNP's (gross national product)
- US, Europe, Japan
what are the qualities of moderately developed countries?
- medium evel of industrialization
- higher birth rates
- higher infant mortality rates
- shorter life spans
- lower avg. GNPs
- Mexico, Thailand, S. America
What are the qualities of less developed countries?
- based on agriculture-> low industry
- highest birth rates
- highest infant mortality rate
- shortest life spans
- lowest avg. GNP/GDPs
- Ethiopia, Laos, Bangladesh
What are the GDP's of the world?
- Burunda = $125 per capita
- Kenya = $780
- Mexico = $9000
- US = $45,000
- Luxembourg = $103,000 [small country and population with lots of royal!]
Ranking of world's country population
- China - 1.4 billion
- India - 1.12 billion
- US- 300 million
- Indonesia - 218 million
- Brazil - 190 million
4 stages that shows how industrialization affect pop. size
what happens during stage 1 of demographic transition?
- pre-industrial stage
- high birth rate (high IMR)
- high death rate
- low pop. growth
what happens during stage 2 of demographic transition?
- transitional stage
- more food availability
- more health care
- birth rate stays high
- death rate begins to fall
- population grows quickly
what happens during stage 3 of demographic transition?
- industrial stage
- birth rate falls to near death rate
- better jobs and education for women
- decline in IMR
- pop. growth rate continues, but is low
what happens during stage 4 of demographic transition?
- post industrial stage
- birth rate falls more
- birth rate = death rate
- ZPG (zero pop. growth)
- birth rate declines more and becomes less than death rate = negative pop. growth
- very few countries
Infant Mortality Rate
# of babies per 1000 that don't make it to the 1st year
replacement level fertility
# of kids that a couple should have to replace both parents
What is the avg. # of kids that a woman will have in her reproductive years?
examples of some countries?
- about 0 - 5 + of kids
- Pakistan = 4.6 TFR
- UK = 1.6 TFR
- US = 2.1 TFR
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