Environmental Science Human Population Essay
Demographic transition is defined as changes from high birth rates in a country to low birth rates being stable for the demographics. (Montgomery, K. n.d.). This is the changes in a country society because of the births and deaths in a country. In the texts its say’s that demographic transition is from high fertility and morality to low fertility to morality. (Editorial Board [EB], 2013, p. 191). Demographic transition is known for collecting data from countries about human population and is also known for the categories in 4 stages. (EB, 2013, pg. 192).
Stage one deal with pre modern times in demographic transition. This stage change in the 18th century when the balance was broken in Western Europe. In stage …show more content…
The fourth and final stage is the birth rates are low and the death rates. This threating some countries because industries depend on the growth of the population. This could cause an economic burden on some countries. Countries like Germany, Japan, and Italy have seen some effects of the low birth rate and death rates. In this case it could be a good thing for some countries and a bad thing if the country is over populated. But in most instances they normally balance out. In this stage also many have notice that the birth rates sometimes drop so low to where the population decreases. (Montgomery, K. n.d.).
Countries that are in stage 4 are countries like the U.S... Here in our country equal opportunity is present for women and minorities. This leads to high moral and higher