Differences in the average number of children born to a woman by social category.
Modern Demographic Transition
A three-stage pattern of population change occurring as societies industrialize and urbanize, resulting ultimately in a low and stable population growth rate.
A condition of life so degraded by disease, illiteracy, malnutrition, and squalor as to deny it's victims the basic necessities. Statistically, those making less than a $1 a day are in this category.
The chance's throughout one's life cycle to live and experience the good things in life.
The new slavery differs from traditional slavery in that it is, for the most part, not a life long condition and sometimes individuals and families become slaves by choice-a choice forced by extreme poverty.
A territiory controlled by a powerful country that exploits the land and the people for its own benefit.
A profit-oriented company engaged in business activities in more than one nation.