ENVIRONMETNAL 6 - 1) If we speed up economic development in...

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1) If we speed up economic development in the high growing countries, the population growth will slow down . As in contrast to the it did in the developed countries and we need to concentrate on population policies and family-planning technologies to bring down birthrates. These were reflected at several U.N. population and one of them involved United States when it became a strong advocate of population control though family planning. 2) The six specific factors that influence the number of children are: 1) Security in one’s old age which is a traditional custom and need—because there is no “safety net”—in most developing countries, the old people are taken care by their children 2) Infant and childhood mortality are closely which supports closely coupled with the desire or security in one’s old age is the experience of high infant and childhood mortality 3) Helping hands which is when the women do most of the work relating to the direct care and support of the family 4) Importance of education is when the children are sent to school
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2012 for the course EEV 23 taught by Professor Hmghikh during the Spring '11 term at California State University , Monterey Bay.

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ENVIRONMETNAL 6 - 1) If we speed up economic development in...

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