Which of the following is most likely a characteristic of a pre-industrial country, according to the demographic
a) Death rates fall for several generations, then rise as a result of an extended period of warfare.
b)Widespread use of birth control and access to health care have resulted in low birth and death rates.
c) Birth rates are high, but improving health care and hygiene practices have resulted in falling death rates.
d) High infant mortality rates combined with regular droughts and famine have resulted in high birth and death rates.
e) Death rates are low, and increasing opportunities for women to educate themselves and own property have resulted in falling birth rates.