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SOC101Y SOC101Y Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Professor Robert Brym Professor Robert Brym Lecture #16 Lecture #16 Population Population 4 Feb 09 4 Feb 09
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World Population, 1750 - 2150  World Population, 1750 - 2150  (in billions) (in billions) 1 bil 1804 2 bil 1927 3 bil 1960 4 bil 1974 5 bil 1987 6 bil 1999 7 bil 2013 8 bil 2028 9 bil 2048 10 bil 2093 accelerating growth rate decelerating growth rate
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Eleven countries account for two- Eleven countries account for two- thirds of the world’s population thirds of the world’s population 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 China India USA Indonesia Brazil Pakistan Bangladesh Russia Nigeria Japan Mexico The other 213 countries account for one-third of the world’s population. Millions
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Territory, 1 Oct 2007 (in ‘000s; annual  Territory, 1 Oct 2007 (in ‘000s; annual  percent change in parentheses) percent change in parentheses) 507 139 935 751 12851 4403 31 42 31 7720 1190 1003 3487 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 NFLD/LAB (+.24) PEI (+.34) NS (+.10) NB (+.14) QUE (+.25) ONT (+.37) MAN (+.31) SASK (+.65) ALBERTA (+.37) BC (+.52) YUKON (+.41) NWT (-.50) NUNAVUT (+.04) Total population   33.091 million Fastest annual growth     relatively SK (.65%)  absolutely ON (45,775) Percent of  Population by  Region Atlantic   7.0 Quebec 23.3 Ontario 38.8  West 30.5 North   0.3 Total      100.0 In 2007, Canada was the world’s 36 th  most populous country (out of 224 countries).
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