Mercy of mother nature Lion eat you Birth rates high and erratic death rates

Mercy of mother nature lion eat you birth rates high

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Mercy of mother nature Lion eat you Birth rates high and erratic, death rates are same Total population is low Fertility rate high High infant mortality Low longevity rates or life expectancy Examples: none , indigenous tribes (dwindling fast) Stage 2 Urbanizing-industrializing 8,000 years From hunter gatherer to settled down agriculturalists, food is stable From ags to factory workers, job specialization occurs Most people still live in rural / urbanization growing As it progresses, more people move to cities Stable food supply, better technology, increased sanitation, increased health care, better architecture, no longer at mercy at mother nature, better weapon technology Longevity increases Birth rate stabilizes, rate is still high Death rate absolutely plummets Decreasing infant mortality Overall population total explodes! High fertility rates Child work in factories, seen as assets, staying alive longer Examples: Zambia, Vietnam(late stage 2), Guatemala, mid to late stage 2 Stage 3 Mature industrial Most places are in this realm Continuation of stage 2 trends Farmers are decreasing because everything is mechanized Working in factories, job specialization increasing, more policemen, doctors, etc.
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