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Descriptors DTM Where People Live Concepts Growth 100 200 300 400 500 Geography Jeopardy! Population/Demographics
Final Jeopardy! Question Population/Demographics Controlling population
The number of people living per unit of an area (like square mile); the number of people relative to the space occupied by them Population Density Descriptors 100
Percentage of people who can read and write Literacy rate Descriptors 200
Of every 1,000 infants born, the number that die before reaching their first birthday Infant mortality Descriptors 300
Life expectancy The statistically- determined number of years a person in a country or region is expected to live Descriptors 400
Ranking the development of countries by examining the standard of living, life expectancy, and literacy level of the inhabitants Human Development Index Descriptors 500
A graph showing the distribution of a population by sex, age, etc. Population Pyramid DTM 100
Stage of the Demographic Transition Model characterized by high birth rate and high death rate First DTM 200
Introduction of this helps a country transition from the first to second stage of the Demographic Transition Model Technology/Medical care DTM 300
The stage of the Demographic Transition Model in which a “population explosion” occurs Second DTM 400
The stage of the Demographic Transition Model that applies to more developed countries Third DTM 500
Better job opportunities, personal freedoms, higher standard of living – all of which encourage immigration Pull factors Where People Live 100
Land useful for farming, the availability of which drives people to live in certain areas (like eastern China) Arable land Where People Live 200
Economic hardships, religious and ethnic persecution, diseases – all of which encourage emigration Push factors Where People Live 300
Areas like this one in Brazil – characterized by poverty and crime Slums or favelas Where People Live 400
Areas of Southwest Asia and Africa where the first human societies arose Cradles of civilization Where People Live 500
Famine Extreme and general scarcity of food, as in a country or a large geographical area Concepts 100
Temperate climates Areas with moderate differences between summer and winter temperatures – the most inhabited areas of the globe Concepts 200
Infrastructure The basic physical and organizational structures and facilities (e.g., buildings, roads, and power supplies) needed for the operation of a society Concepts 300
Megalopolis Urban areas with more than 10 million inhabitants, often formed when urban sprawl connects several large cities together Concepts 400
Suburb A residential district located on the outskirts of a city Concepts 500
Natural increase The difference between the number of live births and the number of deaths during the year Growth 100
Doubling time How long it takes for the population in an area to increase 100% Growth 200
Zero population growth What a country is experiencing when the birth rate and death rate are roughly equivalent; people are having just enough children to “replace themselves” Growth 300
First What level of the Demographic Transition Model is this country in? Growth 400
Carrying capacity The number of people, other living organisms, or crops that a region can support without environmental degradation Growth 500
An excellent example of how government attempts to control population growth can go awry; this program has led to infanticide and gender disparity China’s One Child Policy Final Jeopardy!
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