Class Notes for GGR208H5 at University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)

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UTMGGR208H5Jeffrey MayWinter

GGR208H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: One-Child Policy, Thomas Robert Malthus, Environmental Degradation

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29 Mar 2016
37
Looking at permanent residences as a formal populaion strategy: part of migraion strategy. Diicult to become a permanent resident in canada: pr process
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UTMGGR208H5Jeffrey MayWinter

GGR208H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Soil Fertility, Population Pyramid

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29 Mar 2016
28
Major ways geographers examine populaion structure: distribuion, density. Do you know what our populaion looks like (canada) The spaial perspecive that
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UTMGGR208H5Jeffrey MayWinter

GGR208H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ecumene, Demography, Old Age

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23 Feb 2016
69
How to examine the structure of a population: 1) distribution. 3) composition: -spatial differentiation of population distribution patterns and process
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UTMGGR208H5Jeffrey MayWinter

GGR208H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Dengue Fever, Black Death, Blood Transfusion

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4 Apr 2016
30
Given disease epidemics, population change can be very sudden: remember swaziland pop. Public health and science attempts to eradicate disease, but the
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UTMGGR208H5dr.Jeff MayWinter

GGR208H5 Lecture 4: Jan.26th Notes

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23 Feb 2016
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Core: regions that dominate trade, control the most advanced technologies, and high levels of productivity within diversified economies. Regions are ch
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UTMGGR208H5Jeffrey MayWinter

GGR208H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Megacity

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14 Mar 2016
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UTMGGR208H5Jeffrey MayWinter

GGR208H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Periphery Countries, Free Trade, Foreign Worker

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15 Mar 2016
38
Migration as a permanent population strategy: van de kaa. Migration with less visible impacts upon populations: migrant workers/labour. Often, economic
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UTMGGR208H5Jeffrey MayWinter

GGR208H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Dependency Ratio, Demographic Transition, Social Forces

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29 Mar 2016
14
Point in ime populaion composiions (speciic to one point in ime) Ex canada ( baby boom moves upwards as the populaion changes) 2 ways: birth and death,
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UTMGGR208H5Jeffrey MayWinter

GGR208H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Free-Trade Zone, Periphery Countries, Free Trade

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22 Mar 2016
28
Consumption and globalized production of goods: the t-shirt. Population movement in different directions: periphery core (major labor movement i. e. /
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UTMGGR208H5dr.Jeff MayWinter

GGR208H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Total Fertility Rate, Infant Mortality, Demographic Transition

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23 Feb 2016
26
Rates can be used as excellent indicators. High br and hdr = less developed country does not have e good capacity for growth. Tells us about a populati
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UTMGGR208H5Shyon BaumannWinter

GGR208H5 Lecture Notes - Child Mortality

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30 Jan 2012
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Crude death rate y number of deaths in reference to total population y cdr=1000 (d/p: d- total number of deaths in given year, p- mid-year population y
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UTMGGR208H5Jeffrey MayWinter

GGR208H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Demographic Transition, Environmental Degradation, Social Forces

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29 Mar 2016
15
Life expectancy is found by looking at mortality tables, as well as looking at death and survival probabiliies, the numbers used are real numbers. Van
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