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Published on October 21, 2007

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POPULATION GEOGRAPHY: WORLD POPULATION DISTRIBUTION, GROWTH AND CHANGE:  POPULATION GEOGRAPHY: WORLD POPULATION DISTRIBUTION, GROWTH AND CHANGE I. World Population A. Distribution: Concentrations and Voids B. Cultural Hearths C. Density: Multiple Definitions and Uses II. Demography and Demographics A. A Population Bomb? B. Birth and Death Rates C. Natural Increase and Doubling Time D. Infant Mortality and Life Expectancy E. Population Pyramids F. Dependency Ratio Slide2:  III. The Demographic Transition Model A. Stage One: Pre-Industrial Equilibrium B. Stage Two: Early Industrialization C. Stage Three: Developed Industrialization D. Stage Four: Post-Industrial Equilibrium E. Countries in Different Stages of Transition F. Limitations of the Demographic Transition Model IV. Overpopulation: Problems, Prospects, and Policies A. Solutions to Overpopulation? C. Population Policy in World’s Largest Countries Slide3:  World Population Distribution Dot Map Slide5:  Satellite Monitoring of Artificial Light Make note of the “Developed World” Slide7:  World Population Cartogram Cultural Hearths of Civilization:  Cultural Hearths of Civilization Slide9:  Mesopotamia: Cultural Hearth Slide10:  Black Sea Turkey Euphrates Tigris Slide11:  What major capital is on the Tigris River? Slide12:  Nile River: Cultural Hearth Slide13:  Nile River Mediterranean Sea Slide14:  International Density Comparisons Select Population Densities in the U.S. (people/mi2):  Select Population Densities in the U.S. (people/mi2) North Slope, AK 0.1 Nome, AK 0.4 Lincoln Co., NV 0.4 Florence Co., WI 10.4 United States 79.6 Texas 79.6 US w/o Alaska 94.7 Wisconsin 98.8 EC Co., WI 146 NJ (densest state) 1134 Ramsey Co, MN 3276 Mil. Co., WI 3885 Queens Co., 20,453 NY Bronx Co., 31,729 NY NY Co., NY 66,834 (Manhattan) Arithmetic Density:  Arithmetic Density Physiological Density:  Physiological Density Slide18:  Different Types of Density Slide19:  ? Slide20:  World Population Growth Crude Birth Rate:  Crude Birth Rate Total Fertility Rate:  Total Fertility Rate Crude Death Rate:  Crude Death Rate Slide24:  AIDS Cases Annually per 100,000 Population Slide25:  Natural Population Change Slide26:  Natural Population Change Slide27:  Infant Mortality Slide28:  Infant Mortality Life Expectancy at Birth:  Life Expectancy at Birth World Economies:  World Economies Slide38:  Dependency Ratios for Selected Countries United States .52 China .49 France .52 Indonesia .63 Vietnam .75 Bangladesh .72 Nepal .81 Nigeria .88 Slide41:  III. The Demographic Transition Model A. Stage One: Pre-Industrial Equilibrium B. Stage Two: Early Industrialization C. Stage Three: Developed Industrialization D. Stage Four: Post-Industrial Equilibrium E. Countries in Different Stages of Transition F. Limitations of the Demographic Transition Model IV. Overpopulation: Problems, Prospects, and Policies A. Solutions to Overpopulation? C. Population Policy in World’s Largest Countries Slide42:  World Population Growth Slide43:  The Demographic Transition Slide44:  Demographic Transition Model Slide45:  Demographic Transition in Cape Verde Slide46:  Demographic Transition in Chile Demographic Transition in Denmark:  Demographic Transition in Denmark Slide48:  Population Control in China: One Child Only Slide49:  Should the citizens of fast growing countries have, as a basic human right, the opportunity to migrate to less densely settled countries. (p. 231) Are the governments of "overpopulated" countries justified in legally requiring small families? In requiring involuntary sterilization? (p. 235) Reflecting on Geography

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