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SOC 361 What is demography?

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Brief intro to what demography is.
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Date Created: 02/17/16
 Term developed by achille guillard  o Concerned with   population size   population growth or decline   only been growing cause of influx of immigrants   population processes   rates of fertility   migration   dying rate    how does it affect resources and human interaction   population distribution   where are people located   are there more men then women?   young people of working age?   i.e. Japan older population   population structure   population characteristics   who are we   racial and ethnic backgrounds   why does it matter?   cultural norms   to understand the differences of racial groups   mandated by law   The past is a foreign country  o Italians   used to be most of U.S. population   seen as threat  o Mexico   becoming one of the most prominent immigrants  o less foreign born people in the U.S.  o Chinese exclusion act   outlawed Chinese immigration   How is demography important  o how does demography connect the dots   how do you adjust as individuals and as a society  o population change is a prime force behind social and technological change because societies must adjust to demographic change  o population change is often incendiary, igniting other dilemmas that face  human society   Population is intimately related to the earth's resources  o how to feed a larger population than we currently have   droughts   not enough water   older population not enough youth to work the field 


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