Social and economic indicators of development influence population growth including birth rates and death rates whilst physical and human factors affect population distribution in a country.
Name the economic indicator of development?
Gross National Product per person
Number of people per doctor
Percentage of adults who are literate
What is the definition of birth rate?
Percentage of babies born per 1,000 women per year
Number of babies born per 10,000 women per year
Number of children per 1,000 who die before the age of one
Which of the following is a physical factor affecting population density?
Which of the following is not a human factor affecting population density?
Why is the world's population growing rapidly?
Low birth rates and high death rates
High birth rates and low death rates
Low birth rates and low death rates
Why are birth rates low in developed countries?
Contraception is easily available
Women marry at a young age
Women's status has declined
Why are birth rates high in developing countries?
Low infant mortality rates
Family planning clinics
Children are needed to work
Why are death rates low in developed countries?
High infant mortality rates
Vaccinations against diseases
Poor transport for food distribution
Why are death rates higher in developing countries?
Low levels of disease
How would you describe the population of developing countries?