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5 Matching questions

  1. phase 3 (transitional II)
  2. eco-feminism
  3. guest workers
  4. crude/ arithmetic density
  5. conservation
  1. a argues that patriarchal ideology is a primary cause of environment problems. Since men historically held all of the powers within societies, the attitudes we have about the environment today were likely formed by men
  2. b (demographic transitions model)
    steady decrease in birth rate, stable increase in overall population and very low death rate
  3. c The total number of people living in an area divided by the total land area of that region
    (this description is not ideal because it does not account for uninhabitable land etc.)
  4. d About trying to keep nature the same, and preventing change. Using and managing an area in a sustainable way
  5. e This process is important for those living in peripheral countries because it lessens local unemployment while also allowing for workers to send substantial amounts of money to their families at home

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. an attempt to increase the declining birth rates that begin as countries continue to develop; a solution to a decreasing population
  2. (1997)
    Addressed the problems of global climate change and the release of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere
  3. The number of deaths in a single year for ever thousand people in the population
    - an indicator of social development
    - A demographic structure with more men or elderly will usually have a higher rate
  4. Adding value to agricultural products through a range of treatments such as canning, refining, packing, and packaging that occur off the farm and before the products reach the market
    (this disrupts natural seasonal patterns)
  5. the land which is left over as a result of shifting cultivation methods

5 True/False questions

  1. net migrationThe gain or loss in the total population of a particular area or region as a direct result of migration

          

  2. agricultural industrializationThe process whereby the farm has moved from being the center piece of agricultural production to becoming one part of an integrated string of industrial processes such as production, storage, processing etc.

          

  3. population programAn instrument for meeting the goals and objectives of a population policy.
    - family planning programs
    - one child policy
    etc.

          

  4. The Rio de Janeiro Summit(1992)
    "Meeting the needs of present times without interfering with future generations' abilities to meet their needs"

          

  5. The Montreal ProtocolThe export of a technological package of fertilizers and high-yielding seeds from the core to the periphery in order to increase global agricultural productivity
    (creative new ways to feed the population)

          

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