remains mostly unchanged (high but not fluctuating as wildly, humans control their environment), death rate plummets (life is better, more food, weapons, medicine), decreasing infant mortality, population total explodes , high fertility rates (why? kids still an asset in labor intensive agriculture and even in early industrial factories) and staying alive a lot longer. Still thinking like Stage 1 (11:50) Examples; Africa Zambia, Southeast Asia Vietnam, Guatemala Stage 3: Mature Industrial Mostly countries now, continuation of stage 2, farming is starting to go away b/c it is mechanized, lots of people working in factories, job specialization: service sector (lawyer, police, doctor, civil servants), living increasingly in big cities ( Mostly urban/decreasing rural 13:50) where service sector and jobs and amenities are, further increases in food, healthcare improves vastly (911 service, transplants), education increases: as society becomes more educated- women- has a 1-1 effect on fertility rate ( more women educated=lower fertility rates , contraception, birth control, controlled family size, women go into the workforce: delay marriage and family creation, shrink the total family size), decreasing infant mortality, death rates continue to decline but not at the same rate (vaccinations and transplants help but not as much as clean water in stage 2), birth rate drops to meet the death rate rapidly (19:00 : increased tech,
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