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Traditionally practiced primarily by small, homogenous groups living in isolated rural areas.
Found in large, heterogeneous societies that share certain customs despite difference in other personal characteristics.
A "gift" from the family of a bride to the family of a groom as a sign of respect. In some societies, a requirement for a good marriage
the policy of seeking to dominate the affairs of weaker countries; to establish an empire
Measures the average number of years a newborn infant can expect to live at current levels.
Change in a society's population from a condition of high CBR/CDR to a condition of low CBR/CDR
1st one of these was when humans domesticated plants and animals instead of hunting and gathering; about 10,000 years ago
Improvement in Industrial technology that transformed society (more from agriculture to industry); about 200 years ago
Improved medical technology and practices that changed world societies; about 50 years ago
Acronym for the decline of total fetility rate to the point where the natural increase rate equals zero
A bar graph that displays a country's population by age and gender; shape is controlled by CBR
Number of people who are too young/too old COMPARED to those who are at the right age to work.
Disease that occurs over a wide region and impacts a very high proportion of the population
Last name of man who first discussed the possibility that population could outgrow food supply
Type of density; The number of people living in a given unit of area or the total population divided by the total land area
The largest number of people that the environment of a particular area can sustainably support
Someone who believes that Malthus was correct and that we will run out of various resources not just food; often an advocate of population control programs.
Type of density that shows a ratio of total population divided by the total of arable land
Type of density that shows a ratio of the total number of farmers divided by the total arable land.
East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia and Western Europe are the 4 ________ _______.
The difference between the number of in-migration and the number of out-migration in a country.
Migration of people to a specific location because relatives or members of the same ethnic group have previously migrated there
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