5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Stationary population level
- Relative distance
- Voluntary migration
- Natural increase
- a movement among a definite set of places -- often cyclical movement.
- b population growth measured as the excess of live births over deaths per 1000 individuals per year
- c the level at which a national population ceases to grow.
- d population movement in which people relocate in response to percieved opportunity, not because they are forced to move.
- e distance measurment not in linear terms such as miles or kilometers but but in terms such as cost and time
5 Multiple choice questions
- refugees encamped in a host country or host region while waiting for resettlement
- the space within which daily activity occurs
- the presence of a nearer opportunity that diminishes the attractivness of sites farther away
- graphic representation of a population according to age and sex.
- refugees who have crossed one or more international boundries during their dislocation and who now find themselves encamped in a different country
5 True/False questions
Expansive population policy → government policy designed to favor one racial sector over others
Intranational refugees → refugees who have abandoned their town or village but not their village
Total fertility rate → aversge of number of children born to a woman during her lifetime, as expressed for a total population.
Demographic transition → based on western europes expeirience of changes in population growth exhibited by countries undergoing industrialization .
Cyclic movement → movement- for example, nomadic migration-- a closed route repeated annually or seasonally