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03:15 Review Slides Demographic Transition: fifth stage of the demographic transition Figure 18: still a relatively small amount of people getting the medication in respect to  the amount of women who have HIV  Correlation between GDP and life expectancy Ceiling affect  Cuba/Costa Rica, same life expectancy but much lower GDP  Projected obesity  Projections based on such short amount of data might be unreasonable  Growing Health disparities Increased for women Greater gap at the end of the plot  Why it might have grown for women more than men (KNOW THIS SHIT)  Figure 1:  California still major receiving country More people going to other states Contributed to border enforcement  Proposition 187  Draw relationship with mortality rate and time  When there is a huge drop in mortality rates because of overlap… Dip down and then a flattening  Figure 3 
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Unformatted text preview: Average deaths/GDP per capita As GDP increases, there are less natural disasters GDP inversely related to mortality Table 4.1 Income doesnt affect segregation very much Equally segregated no matter what Even among people who are making very high income, they live in very segregated neighborhoods In 2004slide Martin: remittances can be valuable but only under certain circumstances May not be helpful from a macro economic perspective WIN WIN WIN nature of migration Stunted- height for age value is 2 standard deviations below Wasted- weight for age value is 2 standard deviations below Life expectancy now: Men- 75.2 Women- 80.4 Compression of morbidity- postponement of the onset of disability should correspond with increased life expectancy Skilled migration- new home economic, microeconomic 03:15 03:15...
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