seasonal reversal of wind and moisture flows in certain parts of the subtropicsand lower-middle latitudes.
the hierarchical arrangement of social classes, castes and strata within a society.
people who have been dislocated involuntarily from their orignal place of settlement.
the field of geography that focuses on the spatial aspects of demography and the influence of demographic change on particular places.
the way people have arranged themselves in geographic space.it's the most essential expressions because it represents the sum total of the adjustments that a population has made to its natural,cultual, and economic environment.
The number of people per unit area.
the number of people per unit area of arable land.
Rate of natural population change
Population growth measured as the excess of live births over deaths per 1000 individuals per year.Nature increase of a population does not reflect either emigrant or immigrant movements.
a four-stage sequence
the rapid growth of the world's human population during the past century,attended by acceleration rates of increase.
capital city positioned in actually or potentially contested territory,usually near an international border;it confirms the state's determination to maintain its presence in the reaion in contention
a policy of cultural extension and potential political expansion by state aimed at a community of its national living in a neighboring state
The strict social stratification and segregation of people-specially in India's Hindu society-on the basis of ancestry and occupation.
in trade or migration flows,the presense of a nearer opportunity that greatly diminishes the attractiveness of sites farther away.
a natural event that endangers human life or the contents of a cultural landscape.
a country whose institutions have collapsed and in which anarchy prevails.Afghanistan during the late 1990s ru;e of the Tailban is a recent example.
territorial embodiment of successful guerrilla movement.the establishment by antigovernment insurgents of a territorial bass in which they exercise full control; thus a state within a state.