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    • Ageing Populations, the Impact of Migration on Population Structures and the Balance Between Resources By the end of this lesson you will have: • Explored the impact on resources of ageing populations and migrating communities • Learnt how age and migration impact population structures • Considered the social, political and economic impact of migration
    • Ageing Populations • There is a rise in the median age • Called demographic ageing • Use the information on page 165 to construct a spider diagram on ‘2050’ predictions – how does the UN suggest demographic ageing will change?
    • The Impact of Migration Complete questions on page 41
    • Ageing Populations in MEDCs • In the UK – Life expectancy is increasing 27% in 2001 – 48% in 2050 • Male life expectancy increasing • 2001 census – 1.1million over 85 • Disparities • Socio-economic • Ethnicity
    • Ageing Populations • Read the information in your booklets about ageing populations and complete your table on the Political, Social and Economic implications of ageing populations • Political: • Social: • Economic:
    • Youthful Populations in LEDCs • INDIA • Youthful population • Pyramid has broad base • Will be huge numbers of over 60s as mortality falls • 48million by 2050
    • Youthful Populations in LEDCs • • • • • • • • IRAN Youthful population Fertility slowing down Female revolution  1. Urban revolution 2. Education revolution 3. Working revolution 4. Migration revolution
    • Youthful Populations • Considering what we have just discussed, complete your table on the Political, Social and Economic implications of youthful populations • Political: • Social: • Economic:
    • Exam Question • Comment on the difference in population problems between LEDCs to MEDCs (7) • Use UK and India • Compare ageing problems with youthful problems
    • Ageing Populations • Individual work: Study the population structures on page 53 and answer this question ‘Comment on the impact of Chinas’ family planning policy on it’s population structures’ • Group work: take a news story from your booklets. Make a visual aid to be uploaded on the blogspot. What does the article tell us? How does this relate to the problem with ageing populations? What are the impacts of this article.