what are the four stages of the demographic transition
The four stages are:
1) Pre-transition: characterized by high birth rates AND high death rates. Population growth is kept in check by both mortality and tradition.
2) Early Transition: Death rate levels off or falls; birth rate remains high. Net effect: population growth rapidly increases.
3) Late Transition: Birth rates level off or decrease slightly. Population growth levels off.
4) Post-Transition: Birth rates level off or even decline; population levels off or declines; age of death seen to increase.
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