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China's one child policy

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Migration within the EU

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Ageing population case study?

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How are they Coping with the ageing population in the UK?

-health and fitness


-increase care


-people will live longer if they want their pension


-less people working, larger dependant population

Talk about a place where they are controlling the population

Kerala, India


-32 million people


-Keralans rely on tourism


-poverty is very low


-95% babies born in hospital


-very good medical care

What are factors affecting population change?

Education and women ( women know more about birth control and they stay in education longer)


Urbanisation


Fewer people working on the land


- changing farming methods

Stage 1 demographic transition

Death rate is high


Birth rate is high


Population doesn't really increase

Stage 2 demographic transition

Death rate falls


Birth rate still high


Population increases

Stage 3 demographic

Death rate falls


Birth rate starts to fall


Total population is slowing down

Stage 4 demographic

Death rate remains low


Birth rate is low


Population rises

What is birth rate

Number of births / total pop x 100

What is birth rate

Number of births / total pop x 100

What is death rate

Number of deaths/total pop x100

What is birth rate

Number of births / total pop x 100

What is death rate

Number of deaths/total pop x100

What is natural increase

Birth rate- death rate %