Lecture3 - Introduction to Population Dynamics Course...

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Unformatted text preview: Introduction to Population Dynamics Course Outline What is Demography? Basic population processes Definitions & Measures Variations Theories Secondary population processes Consequences of population processes Classic perspectives Recent perspectives and empirical studies Todays Lesson Objectives Review Lessons 1 & 2 Introduce variation and measurement of demographic processes What is Demography? Fertilit y Migrati on Mortali ty Cause s Consequen ces Measu res What is Demography? Measuring demographic processes Explaining the causes of variation in demographic outcomes Assessing the consequences of demographic processes Why Study Demography? As a scientist , this course will provide a foundation for advanced courses in demographic research As an intellectual , this course can improve your general understanding of the demographic underpinnings of world events As a business or policy leader , this course can enhance your decision-making in social planning or business As a private citizen , this course can help make personal decisions about family, work, and leisure; Review: Why Study Demography? Note: The four contribution areas listed before need not be seen as separate E.g. Perfect Madness Thesis: Many middle class women in the US are prone to over- parenting and, as a result, feel burned out; Question 1 : What are the demographic underpinnings of over-parenting? Question 2 : How would these demographic underpinnings be relevant to you as a scientist, an intellectual, a business/ social leader, and as a private person? Course Outline What is Demography?...
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2007 for the course SOC 2202 taught by Professor Williams, l during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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