Today the greatest threat of famine is associated

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Question 34 of 405.0/ 5.0 PointsToday, the greatest threat of famine is associated with:A. underdeveloped infrastructure as a hindrance to efficient distribution. B. political instability resulting from armed conflict. C. the inefficient use of energy and water resources. D. economic instability resulting from neocolonialism.
Question 35 of 40
0.0/ 5.0 PointsIn the United States, demographically speaking, the rate of natural increase is currently below replacement but the population is growing due to:
Question 36 of 405.0/ 5.0 PointsPaul Ehrlich has had to modify his prognostications due to underestimating human resilience. However, all of the following have drifted toward basic agreement with neo-Malthusian conclusions EXCEPT:
Question 37 of 400.0/ 5.0 PointsEhrlich’s dire projections differed from those of Malthus in that he applied the principle of geometric progression to:
Question 38 of 405.0/ 5.0 PointsIn the context of evaluating Malthus’ theory, it turns out that as the standard of living increases:A. the birth rate remains stable. B. birth rates fluctuate between increasing and decreasing birth rates. C. birth rates decline for females and increase for males. D. the birthrate decreases.
Question 39 of 405.0/ 5.0 PointsIn the four-stage model of transition theory, where do we find declining death rates and continuing high birth rates?
Question 40 of 400.0/ 5.0 PointsMarge maintains that there is no direct correlation between population density and poverty. Mason argues that population density is normally associated with poverty and political instability. Who is correct?

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