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A geographical model used to explain…
∆ high birth/high death rates
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low birth/low death rates
as countries develop ...
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4
High birth rates
 high death rates
 population growth is slow and fluctuating.
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5
Need for workers in agriculture
 Lack of clean water, sanitation, medical care,
education
 Religious beliefs and culture...
Typical of Britain in the 18th century,
 although NO country is currently in stage one.
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Birth rate remains high
 death rate is falling
 population begins to rise steadily.
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Beginnings of industrialization
 Improvements in food supply
 Improvements in medical care (smallpox vaccine)
and sanita...
Countries in this stage include Bangladesh,
Yemen, Afghanistan and much of Sub-Saharan
African
 Do not include South Afri...
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Birth rate starts to fall
 death rate continues to fall
 population is rising.
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Industrialization continues
◦ increase in urbanization
Cultural attitudes favoring small families take hold
 Family p...
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China, Brazil and Egypt
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REMEMBER - South Africa, Zimbabwe,
Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho, Namibia, Kenya
and Ghana, ...
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Birth rate and death rate are both low.
 Population remains steady.
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Excellent standard of living
 Universal access to healthcare and sanitation
(long life expectancy)
 High percentage of i...
Canada
 United States
 Japan
 Most of Europe
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Currently entering into the negative growth rate
meaning that there are:
 less births than deaths = country's population ...
Germany
 Italy
 Spain
 Portugal
 Greece
 the United Kingdom
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  • 1.  A geographical model used to explain… ∆ high birth/high death rates ⋎ low birth/low death rates as countries develop from Pre-industrial (LLDC) ⋎ Industrial (LDC/MDC) 2
  • 2. 3
  • 3. 4
  • 4. High birth rates  high death rates  population growth is slow and fluctuating.  5
  • 5. Need for workers in agriculture  Lack of clean water, sanitation, medical care, education  Religious beliefs and culture  Lack of family planning (use, access or need)  6
  • 6. Typical of Britain in the 18th century,  although NO country is currently in stage one.  7
  • 7. 8
  • 8. Birth rate remains high  death rate is falling  population begins to rise steadily.  9
  • 9. Beginnings of industrialization  Improvements in food supply  Improvements in medical care (smallpox vaccine) and sanitation  Cultural lag – attitudes about large families not changing  Family planning still not widely used  10
  • 10. Countries in this stage include Bangladesh, Yemen, Afghanistan and much of Sub-Saharan African  Do not include South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho, Namibia, Kenya and Ghana, which have begun to move into stage 3.  11
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  • 12. Birth rate starts to fall  death rate continues to fall  population is rising.  13
  • 13.  Industrialization continues ◦ increase in urbanization Cultural attitudes favoring small families take hold  Family planning available  Healthcare and sanitation continue to improve (lower Infant Mortality Rate)  Increased standard of living  Changing status of women  14
  • 14.  China, Brazil and Egypt  REMEMBER - South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho, Namibia, Kenya and Ghana, which have begun to move into stage 3. 15
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  • 16. Birth rate and death rate are both low.  Population remains steady.  17
  • 17. Excellent standard of living  Universal access to healthcare and sanitation (long life expectancy)  High percentage of individuals accessing birth control  More women in the labor force = fewer children  Cultural attitudes favor smaller families  Education more readily accessible  18
  • 18. Canada  United States  Japan  Most of Europe  19
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  • 20. Currently entering into the negative growth rate meaning that there are:  less births than deaths = country's population size is decreasing  21
  • 21. Germany  Italy  Spain  Portugal  Greece  the United Kingdom  22
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  • 23. http://www.geographyalltheway.com/igcse_geography/population_settlement/population/imagesetc/demographic_transition_detailed.jpg

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