2 edition of Case studies in population policy found in the catalog.
Case studies in population policy
United Nations. Dept. of International Economic and Social Affairs. Population Division.
|Series||Document (United Nations) ST/ESA/SER.R/ -- 84, Population policy paper -- no. 17|
|Contributions||Henriques, Maria Helena F. T.|
|LC Classifications||HB3563 .C27 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 42 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
Young people who have to write about overpopulation will need to read much about the problem and take advantage of up-to-date literary sources mostly periodicals, articles in newspapers, scientific journalswhich can explain the topic in detail from all side. An engaging survey of the eco-social framework and life course factors affecting health follows. From his analysis he derived a prescription for a population policy that would yield the hoped-for demographic outcome: Of all the causes which tend to generate prudential habits among the lower classes of society, the most essential is unquestionably civil liberty. Invariably, the proponents of such policies claimed some results in terms of birth rates somewhat higher than would have been expected in their absence. There are a variety of reasons explaining this indifference.
When fertility is high, as it still is in most developing countries, it is a safe prediction that with economic development it will eventually decline, at least to replacement level. Individual preferences in the matter, however, are likely to differ. These included public health programs and projects aimed at improving basic infrastructure for transport and communication. Spontaneous homeostatic mechanisms may not come into play to save the day, or may do so too sluggishly to matter.
Timely and relevant case studies, practical learning objectives, discussion questions in all chapters, numerous tables and illustrations throughout, chapter-based podcasts, and more make Public Health an innovative and lively platform for understanding the science of population health and the practice of public health. Recently, population on Earth reached 7 billions that would be absolutely normal if allocation was uniform. The Cairo conference formalized this shift: even though the name of the conference for the first time included a reference to development, scant attention was paid to that concept. Some critics have suggested that economic development was more a factor than government policy in reducing China's fertility rate. Although the connection was not highlighted, these are conditions that are likely to help reduce the birth rate through stimulating the demand for smaller family size. To Malthus, the causes of these divergent responses were to be found in the circumstances, social and political, in which people lived—in particular, whether those circumstances hindered or rewarded planning for the future.
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Similarly, teaching case studies have become increasingly popular in science education. Funding the antiretroviral drug programme has been costly. Under the more generalized category of case study exist several subdivisions, each of which is custom selected for use depending upon the goals of the investigator.
Markets, it was held, could not be relied on to bring that technology to those wishing to practice birth control. The lack of interest in marriage and raising families has confounded government officials, parents, and even some children.
Soils are rich in nitrogen and easy to farm and the gentle relief allows the use of large machines. At the eve of the International Conference on Population and Development, a review, considered highly respectful of the importance of fertility decline for successful development, reached the guarded conclusion that the evidence on the subject "mostly support the view that rapid population growth in poor countries under conditions of high fertility is inimical to many development goals"—with stress on the qualifying words "mostly," "high fertility," "many development goals," and "rapid," and with the last-mentioned term defined as "in excess of 2 percent annually" Cassenp.
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But traditional demographic regimes resulting from spontaneous social interaction achieved modest growth rates at varying levels of fertility and mortality.
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