GEA1000 - Religion and Fertility

GEA1000 - Religion and Fertility - Religions are common...

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Religions are common struggles between areas as many areas have very strong religious influences. Number of children per women is slowly approaching 2. Education lowers population growth rates and increases prosperity. Female education is key. Gross Domestic Product - value of all final goods and services produced in a nation. Measures of national income and output for a given country’s economy. As GDP increases, infant mortality decreases (short drop and then levels off quickly) Human development index - UN’s HDI is a statistical measure that gauges a country’s level of development and quality of life. Developed countries - have high GDP and HDI Developing countries - have not reached western standards: democratic govt, etc Bric nations - brazil, russia, india, china 4 Asian tigers - S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, hong kong. Least Developed Countries - according to the US: low income, human resource weakness, etc Stable population already in developed regions but less developed region is still growing
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