GingiB OMM612 WK5 A1 Population Density

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POPULATION DENSITY 1 Population Density Gingi Brown OMM 612 Instructor Kuffel June 27, 2011
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POPULATION DENSITY 2 Population Density Human population traditionally grew slowly for centuries, now it is growing very rapidly, which affects us all (Harper, 327). The increase in numbers results in the natural and economic resources exceeding limits. Due to the fact the flux of the population has changed, technology has a better success of manufacturing and agricultural productivity, medical, public services, family income standards and economic standards (Harper, 329). One of the constant arguments is that the world is poor because it has becoming overpopulated and the world is becoming so over populated because it is so poor (Harper, 335). How much of this statement is true? I think that both of these statements are true and go hand in hand. If there was a way to curb the population and without jeopardizing our existence, this would aid in the resources being more available to those in need. There are not enough resources for everyone to access because we are overpopulated.
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