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Demographic Transition Model. Stage One: High Stationary. Birth Rate: High Death Rate: High Natural Increase: Stable or slow increase Reasons for Change? Example: Medieval Times. Stage 2: Early Expanding . Birth Rate: High Death Rate: Decreases (falls rapidly)

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Stage one high stationary
Stage One: High Stationary

  • Birth Rate: High

  • Death Rate: High

  • Natural Increase: Stable or slow increase

  • Reasons for Change?

  • Example:

    • Medieval Times


Stage 2 early expanding
Stage 2: Early Expanding

  • Birth Rate: High

  • Death Rate: Decreases (falls rapidly)

  • Natural Increase: very rapid Increases (Population)

  • Reasons for change?

  • Example:

    • Ethiopia, Egypt, Kenya, India


Stage 3 late expanding
Stage 3: Late Expanding

  • Birth Rate: Decreasing (falling)

  • Death Rate: Decreasing/Slowing (falls more

  • Natural Increase—Slows down (population)

  • Reasons for change?

  • Example:

    • Brazil


Stage 4 low stationary
Stage 4: Low Stationary

  • Birth Rate is low (decreasing)

  • Mortality Rate is low

  • Natural Increase: stable or slow increase

  • Reasons for change?

  • Examples:

    • U.S.A, Japan, France….


Stage 5 declining
Stage 5: Declining

  • Birth rate: very low

  • Death rate: low

  • Natural Increase

    (population): slow decrease

  • Reasons for change?

  • Examples:

    • Germany


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