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

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Published on 29 Mar 2016
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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, use rates as great indicators of populaion development and its place in the global economy, high birth rate and high death rate = lesser developed, also indicates capacity for growth. Low birth rate = low capacity for growth. Birth: 2 measures, cbr (crude birth rare) crude because it measures total populaion. Skews results, there are very many who are unable to have children. Women"s educaion, religion, social customs, diet and health, poliics, war, civil unrest, environmental degradaion, birth control methods: tfr (total ferility rate) The average number of children a woman will have throughout the years that demographers have ideniied as her child bearing years (approx 15-49) This is based on an imaginary woman who lives and gives birth at the expected rate.

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