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                                                KABAT #2: Population

age distribution                          dependency ratio                           population density
agricultural density                      doubling time                              physiological density
arithmetic density                        genetic or inherited diseases              population agglomerations
carrying capacity                         infant mortality rate (IMR)                population distribution
census                                    infectious diseases                        population explosion
child mortality rate                      J-curve                                    population pyramid
chronic or degenerative diseases          life expectancy (longevity rate)           replacement fertility
contraception                             Malthus, Thomas                            S-curve
crude death rate (CDR)                    megalopolis                                Stationary population level
crude birth rate (CBR)                    natalism (pro- and anti-)                  total fertility rate (TFR)
demographic equation                      natural increase rate (NIR, RNI)           zero population growth
demographic transition                    overpopulation
demography                                population composition

      BE ABLE TO
       map major and emerging population concentrations and describe demographic characteristics of each.

         calculate arithmetic, agricultural, and physiological densities, and describe the strengths and
          weaknesses of each for demographic analysis.

         calculate doubling time and dependency ratios and describe how dependency ratios are interpreted.

         explain the elements of a population pyramid and distinguish between characteristic shapes.

         explain the demographic transition model:
              What are its components?
              What are some example countries that it describes in each phase?
              Why might it NOT predict the future for developing countries today?

         explain changes – or potential changes – and the implications of each for a country’s population:
              changes in epidemiology
              changes and age distributions and gender ratios
              issues of overpopulation

         give examples of pro- and anti-natalist policies and their effects in example countries.

         define key demographic terms and identify regions in which high and low extreme examples of each
          can be found.

         Identify and discuss the difference between expansive, eugenic, and restrictive population policies

      De Blij Chapters 2: 36-75
      Kuby: Chapter 5: 114-141
                                KABAT #2 Schedule (Subject to Change)

9/12 –Intro to Population; 2010 Census Data; Homework #4

9/14 – Quiz over field note; Where do people live and why? (Notes); Population transition in Italy
Video; World population clusters; Population pyramid project.

9/20 - Why do populations rise or fall? Demographic Transition model; population pyramids; Homework

9/22 – Sub Day; Computer Lab Activity – pages 131-139

9/26 – Health and population dynamics; Birthrate extremes; Homework #6

9/28 – Quiz and discussion over Homework #6 and case study

9/29 – Population Pyramid Project Due; Government and Population change; One-child policy

10/3 – Test over KABAT #2; Vocab lists due

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