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Soci 3090 F16 Chap 2 World Population Growth

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Transcript of Soci 3090 F16 Chap 2 World Population Growth

Where We Are
How We Got Here
The Demographic Divide
World Population Growth: An Overview
SOCI 3090
Fall Semester, 2018
BE PROFESSIONAL. BE HONEST. BE POLITE . BE KIND. BE OUTSTANDING!
Where We're Going
"...nearly everyone agrees that global population growth is likely to come to an end some time late in this century or early in the next century, even if we are not sure exactly when, nor exactly how many of us there will be when that time comes.."
Model versus Theory
Demographic Epochs
Agricultural Revolution and the "Neolithic Demographic Transition"
Industrial Revolution
Early Christian Era and Middle Ages
Prehistory
What is the Demographic Divide?
How and Why?
Growth Rates
and
Doubling Times
What is the demographic divide?
Why be concerned about the demographic divide?
What policies might address those concerns?
Will the demographic divide disappear by itself?

2015
2050
And why is it important?
First Human species: 2.5 millions years BC
Use of fire: 1 million years BC
Prehistory: from 3 millions years to 3500 BC
Neolithic (Agriculture begins): from 10000 BC to 3500 BC
Invention of writing: 3500 BC
History: from 3500 BC to nowadays
Ancient Age: from 3500 BC to 476 AC
Fall of Western Roman Empire: 476 AC
Medieval Age: from 476 AC to 1492 AC
Columbus discovered America: 1492 AC
Modern Age: from 1492 to 1789 AC
French Revolution: 1789 AC
Contemporary Age: 1789 AC-2011 AC

Feel free to discuss the other questions on the marker board as they're relvant to the demographic divide?
Trends?
Causes?
Effects?
Policy Implications?
Can you explain the HOW and WHY?
Some Related Questions
USA
: Will you see your social security benefits?
East Asia
: What if you had to apply to the government to have a baby?
India
: What are the demographic consequences of a patriarchal society?
Japan
: What does Japan teach us about the economic consequences of xenophobia?
Africa
: Should international organizations support family planning programs which provide information on abortion?

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