World Health Organization as a demographer. You have been asked to give a short

Apr 3rd, 2015
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Imagine that you work for the World Health Organization as a demographer. You have been asked to give a short presentation to a local high school on demographic variables and population.

The below outline was given to you by the teacher to help shape your presentation. Fill out the outline as if it will be used as your notes for the presentation. Write at least two or three paragraphs for each prompt.

    1. Describe all three demographic variables of fertility, mortality, and migration so that the high school students can understand what each means.
    1. Describe how the three variables are used to estimate population growth or decline. Give an example of how this works.
    1. Explain the differences between the Malthusian theorem and the anti-Malthusian (demographic transition theory) as they seek to explain demographic changes.
    1. Write a conclusion paragraph about whether or not we need to be concerned about future population growth, and why:


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