Peters CH 04

Peters CH 04 - by the Republic of Cuba Figure 4–6...

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Chapter 4: Theories of Population Change Population Geography Problems, Concepts, and Prospects
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Figure 4–1 Mortality and Fertility Transition in the United States and England. Source: Abdel R. Omran, “Epidemiologic Transition in the United States,” Population Bulletin , Vol. 32, No. 2 (May, 1977), p. 15. Courtesy of the Population Reference Bureau, Inc., Washington, D.C.
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Figure 4–2 Stages of the Demographic Transition.
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Figure 4–3 Cuba—Birth and Death Rates, 1953–1992. Source: Sergio Diaz-Briquets and Lisandro Perez. (1981) “Cuba: The Demography of Revolution,” Population Bulletin 36(1):13 and 1992 World Population Data Sheet .
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Figure 4–4 Change in Crude Birth Rate by Province: 1958 and 1963. Source: Compiled by authors from statistical data published by the Republic of Cuba.
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Figure 4–5 Cuba—Population Age Pyramid: 1985. Source: Compiled by authors from statistical data published
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Unformatted text preview: by the Republic of Cuba. Figure 4–6 China—Population Density, 1990. Source: From GEOGRAPHIC REVIEW, July 1991 by Pannel and Torguson. Copyright © 1991. Adapted by permission of the American Geographical Society. Figure 4–7 China—Levels of Urbanization, 1990. Source: From GEOGRAPHIC REVIEW, July 1991 by Pannel and Torguson. Copyright © 1991. Adapted by permission of the American Geographical Society. Figure 4–8 Changes in Vital Rates—Sweden, 1751–1992. Source: Compiled by authors from various statistical sources including selected United Nations Demographic Yearbooks and World Population Data Sheets published by the Population Reference Bureau. Reprinted by permission. Figure 4–9 Sweden’s Population Age Structure: 1900, 1950, 1977, and as Projected for 2000 and 2025....
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