The Three Basic Demographic Variables Fertility, Mortality and Migration

The basic factors of fertility, mortality, and migration affect the size, growth, and distribution of human population in all parts of the world. These three “facts of life” are called the demographic variables. (Thomlinson, 1976, p. 6) Fertility is measured by counting the number of children who were born—in relation to some base population. Because […]

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Why the Population Exploded in the Time Era of 1750-1900

Why the population exploded during the time era of 1750-1900 Between the time era of 1750 and the 1900s the population had dramatically risen in England from around 5 million to 35-40 million giving the gradually increasing number of people in the country a population explosion. The sudden rise in the population was due to […]

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Marketing and Segmentation Demographic Segmentation

Geographic segmentation calls for dividing the market into different geographical units such as nations, regions, states, counties, cities, or even neighborhoods. A company may decide to operate in one or a few geographical areas, or to operate in all areas but pay attention to geo-graphical differences in needs and wants. ACI Logistic Ltd (shwapno) today […]

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Overpopulation in China and India

China and India’s populations have both started to become a serious problem. China’s population is now up to an astounding 1. 35 billion as of 2013 and India’s is catching up with China with 1. 27 billion. The governments of both China and India were forced to do something about this issue. India has taken […]

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Essay on principle of population

Thomas Malthus, in the early 19th century published an essay on the principle of population as it affects the future improvement of the society with remarks on the Speculations of Mr. Godwin, M. Condorcet, and Other Writers. He criticized the views of the Utopians who believed that life could and would definitely improve for humans […]

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Demographic Trends

Is there such a thing as small island demography? Within the modern Third World context, it has sometimes been suggested that small islands have relatively low fertility, low mortality and high rates of migration to developed countries. This does seem to accord with recent demographic experience (HDI Rank: 32 BACK 1), and in the case […]

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Over population in bangladesh

Bangladesh is considered as one of the fastest developing countries. It is considered to have a great future but the biggest threat that it face’s is over population. By definition, overpopulation is the condition where the number of organisms exceeds the carrying capacity of their habitat. It is the greatest problem in Bangladesh. The land […]

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Inequalities in health and illness

There are many different reasons why health inequalities exist due to many factors one extremely important one is social class. Socio-economic inequalities have been researched in the UK for many years. In the early 20th century the government started an occupational census which gave the researchers the opportunity to examine health outcomes of social class. […]

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