Presentation on theme: "Population The total number of people in an area."— Presentation transcript:
Population The total number of people in an area
Birthrate The number of births per year for every 1,000 people.
Population Density The average number of people living in a square mile.
Demography The study of population and its patters.
Urban Areas An area with high population density (cities).
Migration The movement of people from one place to another
Death Rate The number of deaths per year for every 1,000 people.
Internal Migration Migration within a country
Urbanization The growth of cities – when people move from rural areas into cities
International Migration The movement of people from one country to another country
Emigrate To exit a country (to leave)
Immigrate To move into a new country
Push-Pull Theory The theory that explains the movement of people – it explains why people leave one place and move into another place
Refugee A person who has had to leave their country because their life is in danger (war, persecution, natural disaster, political reasons, etc.)
Push Factor Reasons that cause people to move from (leave) an area
Pull Factor Reasons that draw (lure/bring) a person to another area
Push FactorsPull Factors Lack of JobsMany JobsPoverty FamilyEducationWar Better Living ConditionsViolence SafetyLack of Freedoms FreedomsNatural Disasters New Opportunities Bad Government Sort examples – the next page has the correct sorting
Push FactorsPull Factors Lack of JobsMany Jobs PovertyFamily WarEducation Natural Disasters Better Living Conditions ViolenceSafety Lack of FreedomsFreedoms Bad GovernmentNew Opportunities
Life Expectancy The number of years a person is expected to live.
Rural Areas A large area of open country with low population density, sparsely populated (countryside).
Famine A severe lack of food
Can you: Tell how many people are at each age level (for males, females, total)? What happens to the graph as it goes up? What is happening to the population? What are reasons for this?