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ISS315 Assignments - GLOBALDIVERSITY AND INTERDEPENDENCE ISS315 ASSIGNMENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTENS_TOPIC Introduction Assignment 1 2010 World

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GLOBAL DIVERSITY AND INTERDEPENDENCE ISS 315 ASSIGNMENTS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTENS _____________TOPIC _____ Introduction Assignment 1 2010 World Population Data Assignment 2 Human Development Index Assignment 3 Poverty Index Assignment 4 Gender Related Development Index Assignment 5 Gender Empowerment Index _______________________________________________________
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INTRODUCTION This course pack includes five assignments on the following topics: 2010 World Population Data Human Development Index Poverty Index Gender Related Development Index Gender Empowerment Index Please remember: These assignments are to be completed throughout the semester There is no due date for these assignments In each exam you will get questions based on these assignments Generally speaking, you do not need to memorize the numbers. Instead, try to understand the overall picture and the global trends on different global issues Specific assignments are attached with each data set and details will be given out in our classes Good luck and have a great semester. Fayyaz Hussain, Ph.D. 5-H Berkey Hall Michigan State University East Lansing, MI 48823 (517) 353-9964 [email protected]
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© 2011 Population Reference Bureau 2011 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET 1 2011 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET INFORM | EMPOWER ADVANCE www.prb.org POPULATION REFERENCE BUREAU The average life expectancy at birth for men and women in Canada, Martinique, and Singapore. The percentage of Zimbabwe’s population with HIV/AIDS in 2009, down from 23.7% in 2001. The total fertility rate worldwide. TFRs range from 0.9 children per woman in Taiwan to 7.0 in Niger. The percentage of the world’s population living below $2 a day. THE WORLD AT 7 BILLION 14.3% 48% 81 2.5
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© 2011 Population Reference Bureau 2011 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET 2 MOST POPULOUS COUNTRIES , 2011 AND 2050 2011 2050 COUNTRY POPULATION (MILLIONS) India 1,692 China 1,313 Nigeria 433 United States 423 Pakistan 314 Indonesia 309 Bangladesh 226 Brazil 223 Ethiopia 174 Philippines 150 COUNTRY POPULATION (MILLIONS) China 1,346 India 1,241 United States 312 Indonesia 238 Brazil 197 Pakistan 177 Nigeria 162 Bangladesh 151 Russia 143 Japan 128 COUNTRIES WITH THE YOUNGEST AND OLDEST POPULATIONS, 2011 YOUNGEST % AGES <15 Niger 48.9 Uganda 48.3 Mali 47.6 Angola 47.3 Zambia 46.5 Burundi 46.3 Congo, Dem. Rep. 46.0 Mozambique 45.3 Chad 45.3 Burkina Faso 45.2 POPULATION CLOCK , 2011 WORLD MORE DEVELOPED COUNTRIES LESS DEVELOPED COUNTRIES Population 6,986,951,000 1,241,580,000 5,745,371,000 Births per Year 139,558,000 14,070,000 125,488,000 Day 382,351 38,548 343,803 Minute 266 27 239 Deaths per Year 56,611,000 12,201,000 44,410,000 Day 155,099 33,427 121,671 Minute 108 23 84 Natural increase (births-deaths) per Year 82,947,000 1,869,000 81,078,000 Day 227,252 5,121 222,132 Minute 158 4 154 Infant deaths per Year 6,078,000 77,000 6,001,000 Day 16,652 211 16,441 Minute 12 0.1 11 OLDEST % AGES 65+ Japan 23.2 Germany 20.7 Italy 20.2 Greece 18.9 Sweden 18.5 Portugal 17.9 Bulgaria 17.7 Austria 17.6 Finland 17.5 Latvia 17.4
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© 2011 Population Reference Bureau 2011 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET 3 Time The Classic Phases of Demographic Transition PHASE 1 High Birth Rate, Fluctuating Death Rate PHASE 2 Declining Birth and Death Rates PHASE 3 Birth Rate Approaching Replacement (2.1) PHASE 4 Low to Very Low Birth Rate, Very Low Death Rate Birth Rate Death Rate N OTES: Natural increase or decrease is the difference between the number of births and deaths. The birth rate is the number
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ISS315 Assignments - GLOBALDIVERSITY AND INTERDEPENDENCE ISS315 ASSIGNMENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTENS_TOPIC Introduction Assignment 1 2010 World

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