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    • Where in the world?
    • Amazon – Good or Bad? Good Bad
    • Globalisation, population change and migration 1. Know how globalisation has effected population 2. Understand how globalisation has led to population change
    • Population Growth Globalisation, population change and migration
    • Population Growth • Exponential growth in last 100 years. • Globally population is over 7 billion now. • Asia and Africa currently have high rate of growth. • China has 1.3b and India has 1.2b. • Population growth puts pressure on resources in that area. E.g. China now has to import raw materials from ……………………. Globalisation, population change and migration
    • Population Change • Any population can change due to two factors; …………………………………… and ……………………….. • Natural change is the difference between the birth and death rate. It could therefore be negative as well as positive. • Migrational change could also be positive (UK) or negative (Poland) for a country. Globalisation, population change and migration
    • Factors affecting Migration • Migrants take with them beliefs, cultures and help to mix societies so are a key element of globalisation. • Push factors help to turn people away from an area (e.g. ………………………………………………………) • Pull factors help to pull people into an area (e.g. …………………………………………………………) • Migrant interview here Globalisation, population change and migration
    • Map from memory • Make the most accurate copy of the image outside in your groups of 4. • One at a time! Globalisation, population change and migration
    • Population Pyramids
    • Demographic Transition Model
    • Population growth over time • The Demographic Transition Model • The Demographic Transition Model (DTM) is a model used to explain the transformation of countries from high birth rates and high death rates to low birth rates and low death rates as part of the economic development of a country from a pre-industrial to a highly industrialised country. Globalisation, population change and migration
    • The DTM continued … • It is based on the American demographer Warren Thompson’s prior observed changes, or transitions, in birth and death rates in developed economies over the past 200 years. • It shows; – 1. Change over space – different countries are at different places on the DTM – 2. Change over time – a country should progress through each stage of development over time.Globalisation, population change and migration
    • Demographic Transition Model – complete the table at the bottom of your model!
    • Globalisation, population change and migration
    • Globalisation, population change and migration
    • Population Pyramids A population pyramid is a graphical illustration showing the distribution of various age groups in a population which normally forms the shape of a pyramid. Here is an interactive one for the UK Globalisation, population change and migration
    • Can you draw population pyramids ? Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4
    • Homework 1. Read and highlight the Geofile on Pop’n Characteristics of countries at different levels of development. 2. Make notes on p90, including the key terms table. Globalisation, population change and migration