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2. Global Population Trends (cont.) Econ/Demog C175 2010 Ronald Lee
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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 2 Lecture Outline Mortality Fertility How fertility and mortality determine the population growth rate Stylized demographic transition Dependency Ratios
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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 3 Reading assignment for next Tuesday, Jan 26 John Knodel “Deconstructing Population Momentum” Population Today v.27 n.3 (March 1999) pp.1-2 and 7. Cheryl Stauffer “Building Pyramids” Population Today v.27 n.5 (May 1999) p.3. John Bongaarts, Thomas Buettner, Gerhard Heilig, Francois Pelletier (2008) “Has the HIV Epidemic Peaked?” Population and Development Review 34(2) (June)
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Office Hours next week GSIs WILL hold office hours next week at the following times: Monday, Jan 25, 2:30-4 (Aaron) Tuesday, Jan 26, 4-5:30 (Sarah) Thursday, Jan 27, 12:30-2 (Justin) Thursday, Jan 27, 5pm+ after section (Jenny) All OH will be held in the Demog department, either in the seminar room to right of door or the room to the left of the door.
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For those who need them : Optional Special Sections next week for Problem Set 1, mostly held in computer lab Wednesday, Jan 27, 2-3: 64 Barrows Wednesday, Jan 27, 3-4: 64 Barrows Wednesday, Jan 27, 6-7: Laptop only session. This will be held in the seminar room in the Demography Department, 2232 Piedmont Ave. Please make sure that your laptops are fully charged! Thursday, Jan 28, 4-5: 64 Barrows
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Problem Set 1 Problem set 1 is posted. It is due on Feb 2 by 2:10pm BEFORE lecture starts. You can turn it in via 2 methods: Put it in the box by the door of the Demog Department (2232 Piedmont Ave.) by 2pm on the due date. Put it in the box in the lecture hall before lecture starts on the due date. Electronic submissions are not accepted without prior approval and under special circumstances. Problem sets are not accepted after 2:10 pm (no exceptions!). PS grade is based on your best 4 of the 5 scores, so you can miss one if you are sick, out of town, etc. Don’t waste this free problem set!
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iClickers I will start using iClickers next Tuesday. I will start counting participation then. Make sure you Have an iClicker Register your iClicker following instructions in syllabus Use it! You can miss participation in two classes without penalty. This includes days you forget to bring it! Do not use more than one iClicker in any class, even for your best friend! That is cheating.
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Repeat: Enrolled students must confirm by email During the first week of class, enrolled students must send an e-mail to [email protected] by Friday Jan 22 to confirm their enrollment. To do this, send an e-mail with CONFIRMATION Last Name First Name in the subject line and the last four digits of your student ID in the body text of the e-mail.
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