In Japan 3 people in 1 generation In India 13 people in 1 generation In Uganda

In japan 3 people in 1 generation in india 13 people

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- In Japan 3 people in 1 generation - In India, 13 people in 1 generation - In Uganda, 73 people in 1 generation, 512 great grandchildren from 1 woman - Rich, developed countries have a population growth rate around 2.1 - Middle east and sub-saharan africa have the highest fertility rate - Issue 2- people move out (emigrate) and in (immigrate) - Immigration motivation is primarily economic - Indian people emigrate to UAE for oil jobs - Refugees move because they have to or their lives are in danger, many because of active wars and are based on politics - Afghanistan sudan burundi congo somalia vietnam palestine iraq liberia azerbaijan all produce refugees - Issue 3- there are cultural considerations that throw off population predictions. - A big factor is religion, some families will always have a big family (catholics, mormons, islam) - Government policies can also manipulate population growth (best example China’s one child policy) - Some countries are the complete opposite that push people to have children (Japan and Russia). Might allow immigration instead. Pope came out in Italy and told people to have children - US gives tax breaks as incentives to have kids. (as do many other countries) - Issue 4- chronic disease, natural disaster, wars -
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