Another reason due to the high birth rate in countries such as Ethiopia is the lack of use of contraceptives. Stage 3 changes less than stage 2 does from stage 1, as the population continues to increase rapidly, but the death rate continues to fall, but finally the birth rate begins to decline alongside it. Stage 3 can be seen in countries such as India, and the USA (surprisingly) as families start to realise that having more children is more of a burden than a form of support, and they don’t need to have as many children as very few are dying in childbirth. The continuing decline in the death rate is due
The only way that this can happen is by the number of births. If there are being a lot of babies born then the population grows. The Logistic population growth is when the growth rate of a population decreases as the number of individuals increases. Exponential growth may occur in environment where there are few individuals and plentiful resources but when the number of individuals becomes large enough resources will deplete. Which lead to Logistic population growth because the number of people will decrease.
As the ageing population continues to grow, the dependency ratio will continue to rise and there the ratio of workers to dependents in unbalanced. There are less people to support those that are dependent both financially, through taxes perhaps, and socially. To combat this, Governments could increase taxes so that there was more funding to support the elderly, as in pay for their residential and medical care, but this would cause disputes among taxpayers. An alternative to this would be to revoke pension and service rights or by introducing a cost, which would exclude elderly people that belonged to the proletariat. Marxist would suggest that introducing a higher tax or introducing costs for welfare support would be society’s way of extending the oppression of the proletariat, keeping them poor and preventing revolution to form a communist
Recession- The recession is an opposite of boom stage. The unemployment increase, most of firms are losing confidence and stops invest or expand. They may change their planning and started to survive. The customers are likely to save money then spend and the percentages of loans are high and may increase. Individuals are losing jobs and the government have to spend more money of benefits.
For example, both urban and rural suicide rates decreased, male suicide rates became higher than those of the females, and elderly suicide significantly increased. The most recent decade of the 2010s moulded the distinction between the traditional suicide profile in the rural areas that were immensely affected by the collapse of communes and the rise of migration. As for the city areas, the urbanisation and modernisation have improved the livelihood of the younger generation. However, the ageing of society, urban life stressors, mental health issues, and rising living prices are putting their toll on the metropolitan society. Without the positive economic growth and urbanisation rates, these factors may lead to a new upsurge in the suicide rates.
This means children are now expensive to have and people do not have the money to have as many children as they used too. Medical advances have been a consequence to the changes in population. Due to improvements in midwifery and immunisation, the infant mortality rate has decreased significantly. This now means partners do not need to have as many children as it is more certain their child will live through their childhood. This was not the case at the beginning of the 20th century.
Besides, a better way of life also leads to decline in mortality. Therefore, people’s life span has been prolonged which leads to ageing population (¶2, 3, 5, 10). In addition to the low mortality rate, the ability to have children also goes down. As the death
Higher rates may prove difficult to maintain current standards of education, current poverty levels, suitable healthcare, and overall general welfare of the population. Globally, rates are in general decline and this trend is most pronounced in industrialized countries, especially
By the industrialization modern lifestyle of societies began. At this period, because of improvement in health conditions and food supply there has been a large increase in population. At the third but not the last term, both the birth and the death rates have decreased. As a result of this change, population growth rates begins to decrease. In consequence of the industrialization and modernization, migration began level of the population growth in the cities start to
An MEDC would be in stage four or nearing the end of it where and LEDC would be in the early stages. To start the comparisons I will talk about the difference between death rates and birth rates in both types of country. In MEDC the birth rate is low due to wide access to contraception and family planning, women are choosing to pursue a career which leaves them with less time to bear and look after children. In an LEDC the birth rate is high because the more children a family has means the greater the work force to go put and earn money. LEDC have a higher