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Analyzing the Effective Growth of Population in Alberta - It is difficult to presume what would happen if one day Alberta’s population has the lowest average of population expansion . As Johnston and Maclennan (2008) indicate, “Alberta’s population growth continued to be the highest among all provinces” (para. 1). At the same time, fast development of urban areas, stable economy and oil reserves attract newcomers to move the province of Alberta. In addition, the government of Alberta takes all possible measures to increase the quality of life and develop health facilities for all population groups....   [tags: Population]
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The South: Educating a Growing Hispanic Population - Introduction For many years the United States minority population mostly consisted of African Americans. In 2003, the statistic changed to Hispanics becoming the largest minority population in the United Sates (Parrado & Kandel, 2010). With the increase of the Hispanic population, education concerns of this population have started to arise. In some cases, Hispanics are being over referred to special education programs. This phenomenon is linked to the presence of a language barrier as well as other characteristics of the children in this population (Guiberson, 2009)....   [tags: Population]
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Compare and Contrast Two Accounts of the Role of the Census in Making up the UK Population - The census is a decennial practice exercised by nation-states that aims to locate, primarily through an address, and identify the people who inhabit their territories, for the purpose of governing. (Ruppert E. and Isin E., 2009, p. 400) The census is structured as a classification questionnaire system that requires each member of a household to identify him or herself, into group categories such as age, gender, nationality, ethnicity and occupation. The information collected in the census is then used by central governments to make an accurate estimate of the total population, and to understand possible needs for public services, housing, unemployment and transportation....   [tags: Population]
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The Population Problem - The Population Problem Imagine a world where there isn't enough clean water to drink and there isn't ample food to eat. We have used up most of the resources that we require to survive. What little that is left is so polluted that it is not fit to be used. Is this our future. What are we doing to keep this from happening. We recycle, we ride our bikes, we compost, but is this enough. It is up to us to find a cure to the ailment that is destroying our planet. We only have one Earth to sustain the entire human race for the rest of its existence....   [tags: over-population, ecology, environmental]
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A Specie's Vulnerability to Population Decline - Policy- and decision-makers claim information about the causes of population declines which driving species on the brink of extinction (). However, it is pointed out that the causes of vulnerability remain unclear to explain the variation to the risk of extinction (). According to Reynolds (2003), vulnerability is determinate by both the decline of species population and the reduction of their geographical range. These two forms of vulnerability are affected by both species’ mortality and habitat loss, which are the causes of intrinsic biological traits, extrinsic human induced effects and stochastic factors that likely determine the population trends ()....   [tags: animals, Population Decline, ] 558 words
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Transnationalism: The Study of Population Moves - "As a theoretical construct about immigrant life and identity, transnationalism aptly suits the study of population movements in a world where improved modes of transport, as well as the images that are transmitted by means of modern telecommunications have shortened the social distance between sending and receiving countries." An immigrant's ability to adapt to a different nation has become an easier task than it was before. Customs, practices, religions, political standings and cultures have blended in many nations to create an almost global civilization where media and communication through the internet are connecting people from across the world....   [tags: Population Movements, Transport]
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Aging: The Growing Population of Elderly - ... clients who are elderly and have a DD) is limited (p. 55). Because of the limitations of professional care it is imperative the social workers adhere to the social work code of ethics which embodies both values and standards which will be discussed within the remaining sections of this paper. II. Subgroup consideration Because of the complexity of receiving financial reimbursement, professionals are reluctant to treat elderly patients with a developmental disability (Lightfoot, 2006, p. 56)....   [tags: population, developmental disability]
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Population Growth And Poverty: Nigeria - ... Most Nigerian children are left chronically malnourished and some die from the poverty in the country (Ezedike). Joel Cohen, a professor of population at Rockefeller University said, “The pace of growth in Africa is unlike anything else ever in history and a critical problem”. This proves the issues that not only Nigeria is facing, but the entire continent of Africa is facing from the rapid increase in population growth rates. Peter Ogunjuyigbe, a demographer said, 'If you don't take care of population -- there's nothing you can do to have economic development”....   [tags: increase in population, unemployment, crime]
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Human Population Growth - Human population growth is becoming a huge issue in our world today. The population is increasing rapidly. The reason that it is becoming a concern is because it has affected the economic, environmental, and social aspects of our world. In the film Frontline: Heat, we can see how there might not be a future for our planet unless we are able to reduce the emissions and make our world a safe place. Not only for the present but also for future generations so that they are able to live long and healthy lives....   [tags: World Population] 467 words
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The Impact of Population Growth - Overpopulation is increasing every year and will eventually consume the planet. According to Nasif Nahle, overpopulation is “a term that refers to a condition by which the population density enlarges to a limit that provokes the environmental deterioration, a remarkable decline in the quality of life, or a population collapse.” People often ignore the subject of overpopulation, but this predicament is the world’s leading problem that society is burdened with going into the future. Unless the human population across the world lowers drastically, the consequences of overpopulation will ensue....   [tags: population, quality of life, medical technology]
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Urban Population Dynamics as a Social Driver of Land Fragmentation - 3.2 Urban population dynamics Between 1990 and 2000, total population of the American West region increased from 52,786,082 to 63,197,932, which is 19.7% increment and it was the fastest among all four regions in the country (Perry and Mackun 2001). It is also a reflection of the population growth trend continued in the post-World War II period characterized by rapid growth of several Southwestern metropolitan cities. These “magnet” cities have been a popular destination for those looking to tap into burgeoning economic opportunities in the region as well as for those seeking to retire in a place with better “quality of life” and amenities—warmer climate, year round sunshine, and wilderness...   [tags: Population Growth]
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Aging population in China, Japan and Korea - ... It could be said that China is old before rich but other two are rich before old. The situation in China is like they are developing country but having the problem of developed country. Therefore, China government would be more difficult than other two countries in dealing with it. Difference in background Modernization and decline in fertility and mortality are the major reasons of accelerating population aging among them. However still there are differences of the background decline in fertility between China, Japan and Korea....   [tags: asian population, aging, elderly]
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The Benefits of Aerobic, Resistance and Balance Exercises in the Geriatric Population - ... For intervention, participants performed 10 movements with theraband tubing 3 sets of 10 repetitions for 3 times a week for 12 weeks and than 4 weeks of detraining period were added. Skin fold measurement, percentage of body fat, Fat mass and fat free mass was calculated and range of motion of trunk was taken. Author concluded that, 12 week of resistive training program was effective in increase skin fold thickness, FFM and trunk range of motion and during detraining period there was increase in measurements were noted....   [tags: elderly population, senior fitness]
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Shark Population Decline - Every Jaws fan knows the shark gets it in the end. What they do not know is that too many sharks have gotten it; and that has caused a rapid decline in the shark population over the past thirty years. Since the 1970's, sharks of the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico shores have declined eighty-five percent. Sharks are vital animal to our world's ecosystem, and if the decline is not controlled; we could be facing devastating problems in years to come. Information has been obtained from two books: The Shark Almanac by Thomas B....   [tags: Sharks Extinction Population Endangered Species] 1505 words
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Population Data Opens New Global Territory - ... Many factors are considered in the selection to market a product abroad. The countries literacy rate, urbanization, age, employment, growth, population and risk all play a role in a retailers decision to invest globally. Retailer have to follow the global market to recognize economic trends, political unrest, which countries will become rising stars and others who have reached retail saturation levels of fierce competition. However, a well developed plan may overlook opportunities where small populated countries, like Uruguay, Mongolia and a few others have unique characteristics of wealth and consumer focus, that doesn’t come up on the data radar as logical choices to set their sites on...   [tags: retail market, population, market trends]
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Wyoming Population Boom - Wyoming Population Boom The population of a state is a seemingly simple number but one that has many complex and interesting implications. It can affect the economic, social and environmental success either short term or long term. In July 2006, Wyoming’s total resident population reached a record level of 515,004. This number may seem small when looking at the population of an entire state in comparison to other states, but for Wyoming, it really is the record number in the history of this state....   [tags: Statistics Population State Wyoming Essays]
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The Economic Agency of Women in Malthus’ Essay on the Principle of Population - The Economic Agency of Women in Malthus’ Essay on the Principle of Population It is difficult to examine the question of the division of labor within the household in Malthus’ writings as it seems to be entirely outside the scope of his work. Though his conclusions are predicated on the relationship between men and women, from reading his writing one has the distinct impression that women are not really a factor. In spite of this, an examination of the implications inherent in Malthus’ analysis is revealing of some basic assumptions he makes regarding the economic role of women....   [tags: Malthus Principle of Population]
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The management of deer populations - Introduction The economics of white-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus, management is comprised of multiple facets. Deer herd health and population regulation are central to the economics of most deer management plans. The local white-tailed deer populations directly impact human welfare economics. The management of deer populations heavily affects agriculture, forestry, landscaping, and natural vegetation. Recreational services are another economic source realized from the management of white-tailed deer....   [tags: Population Control] 1646 words
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India's Population Growth Problem and Its Consequences - The population of India is in trouble. They are facing widespread overpopulation and the second largest AIDS epidemic in the world. The objective is to point out the differences in Indian and US population compositions, total fertility rates, economic conditions, disease control policies, growth, and literacy rates. These comparisons will help to put India's population problems in perspective. Together, these two countries house the second and third largest populations on the Earth. To put it in perspective, of the 6.1 billion people who exist on earth, seventeen percent are either Indians or Americans (Haub, 3)....   [tags: India Population Overpopulation Essays Papers]
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Craig Waddell’s Perils of a Modern Cassandra and the Ehrlichs’ The Population Bomb - Rhetorical Strategy in Craig Waddell’s Perils of a Modern Cassandra and the Ehrlichs’ The Population Bomb In Perils of a Modern Cassandra, Craig Waddell suggests that the Ehrlichs should revise their rhetorical strategy in The Population Bomb because it is ineffective in attracting readers to their argument. Particularly problematic are the Ehrlichs’ alienating attitude towards non-educated non-environmentalists in his audience, a lack of both an inviting ethos, and a lack of compassion for the reader....   [tags: Perils of a Modern Cassandra Population Bomb]
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The Growing Population - A Growing Population: Problem or Excuse. The current worldwide population is around 6.9 billion and is expected to reach 9 billion by 2050 (Baird). This projected population number is down from the once predicted 16 billion (Baird) and while some are not concerned others are worried by any increase in population. Population growth is discussed in the articles “Too Many People?” by Vanessa Baird; “Population Control: How Can There Possibly Be Too Many of Us?” by Frank Furedi; and “The Population Bomb Revisited,” by Paul R....   [tags: Issue, Excuse, Validity]
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The Elderly Population - According to the Collins dictionary, the term ‘elderly’ is associated with persons who are quite old or past middle age. In the Caribbean, the age of definition is mostly linked to 60 years old and over. However, the age variation takes into consideration the social class differences, gender, functional ability related to the workforce, the country’s political and economical situation, likewise the retirement age. This report is cemented on the elderly population in a corporate home in the Kingston and St....   [tags: age, senior citizens, Jamaica, corporate home]
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A Growing Population: Problem or Excuse? - The current worldwide population is around 6.9 billion and is expected to reach 9 billion by 2050 (Baird). This projected population number is down from the once predicted 16 billion (Baird) and while some are not concerned, others are worried about any increase in population. Population growth is discussed in the articles “Too Many People?” by Vanessa Baird; “Population Control: How Can There Possibly Be Too Many of Us?” by Frank Furedi; and “The Population Bomb Revisited,” by Paul R. Ehrlich and Anne H....   [tags: Repeated Essay]
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The Benefits of a High Immigrant Population - Construction of Main Arguments The benefits of a high immigrant population are apparent in almost every walk of life. Their overall contribution to the general economy is show as a positive one and there improvements to the quality of the workforce are also quite note-worthy. First, let us turn our eyes to something that is indisputable in economics. Even among those who claim that immigration isn't beneficial still have to accept the fact that overall the United States' gross domestic product (G.D.P) increases....   [tags: immigration, economy, workforce, GDP] 1561 words
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The Economic Problem of Population Ageing - In the contemporary world, the economic problem of population ageing caused is revealing gradually. UNESCO provides a standard that a single country or region in the population over 60 years is more than 10% of the total population, which is into the aging of the population. Both of developed and developing countries in recent years have to face more serious aging impacts for economic progress. According to population prospects (2009), the whole world will accelerate the pace of ageing after 2010....   [tags: Economics]
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A New Shelter for the Homeless Population - ... As well as it has accommodated the homeless population and those who need services. Rural social work has both its strengths and weaknesses. “One of the major concerns of social workers used to functioning in fairly large and anonymous agency settings is the difficulty of maintaining anonymity or confidentiality in the small town. Anonymity and confidentiality are closely intertwined in the small community” (Martinez-Brawley, 2000, p. 268). The social workers who come to rural communities do like the fact that the community does have such a sense of “community-ness” (Martinez-Brawley, 2000, p....   [tags: rural appalachian, mental health, homeless]
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Loneness in the Older Adult Population - ... Married participants also experienced less emotional loneliness and unsympathetic/insensitive behavior was related to an increase in emotional loneliness. Finally both companionship and rejection/neglect were significantly related to social loneliness with those who were formerly married, but companionship was related more to social loneliness among currently married Discussion This research sought to bring the associations between both types of loneliness and positive as well as negative social exchanges....   [tags: emotional and social loneliness, depression]
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Dysphagia management in the als population - Introduction Dysphagia is defined as a difficulty in swallowing saliva, liquids, foods, and medications of all consistencies (Murry & Carrau, 2012). Dysphagia is one of the most significant problems that plague individuals with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). ALS, a degenerative neurological disease, slowly degenerates the swallowing function of an individual, most commonly in the oral and pharyngeal phases of swallowing (Stand, Miller, Yorkston, & Hilltel, 1996; Ertekin, Aydogdu, Yuceyar, Kiylioglu, Tarlaci & Uludag, 1999)....   [tags: Degenerative Neurological Disease]
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The United States Homeless Population - Introduction In the United States the homeless population continues to grow rapidly. Homelessness has been a public health issue for many decades. Often times these individuals feel as though society has turned a blind eye to them. This at risk population is seen by society as lazy or chose to live a life on the streets, but if one would examine this population closely would see that there is more to this at risk population than what society has labeled them as. The forces, which affect homelessness, are multifaceted....   [tags: literature, group intervention, homeless, veteran]
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The Criminal Population and African Americans - African Americans are targeted by law enforcement more often than any other race (Toth, Crews & Burton, 2008). Because of this the term racial profiling was created to explain the process of targeting people for criminal activity because of race not evidence (Toth et al, 2008). African Americans are over represented in the criminal justice system based on their population amount compared to whites (Toth et al, 2008). African American males are incarcerated at a rate 9 times that of white males in most states, in others that number may be as high as 12 to 26 times more (Toth et al, 2008)....   [tags: Sociology]
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Multiple Sclerosis In The Female Population - Research shows that nearly four-hundred thousand people in the United States are living with multiple sclerosis today. It is also estimated that approximately two and half million people are living with the disease worldwide. Multiple sclerosis is believed to be an autoimmune disease that affects both the brain and spinal cord of the central nervous system. The name multiple sclerosis refers to the scars or lesions that are present in the brain and spinal cord seen on an MRI. An autoimmune disorder is where a person’s immune system mistakes its own white blood cells as invaders and begins to attack itself damaging healthy body tissue....   [tags: Diseases, Disorders]
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Providing Services to the Ageing Population - Introduction A small temporary employment firm has decided to expand its operation within the home health care industry. The segment targeted will be the ageing population to provide services around the clock. These services will include nursing supervision and certified home care conducted by registered nurses, licenses practical nurses, nursing assistant and non-nursing home care specialists under the provincial health care regulations. Each client will be assigned via a case registered through a referral by hospitals, doctors, private contracts or other health care providers....   [tags: Business Performance, Efficiency ] 1577 words
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Health Disparities of elderly population - ... For example, the adjusted rate for stroke deaths was 68.4 deaths per 100,000 which is more than double the national target rate of 33.8 deaths per 100,000. Recent statistics from 2011 and 2012 indicate a dramatic increase in the rate of death from diabetes (Community Dashboard. 2014.). As a result, the county has some of the worst health care statistics in the state. For example, Logan and other reseachers’ revealed in a recent North Florida multi-county survey, performed for the University of Florida, other characteristics of Florida’s rural populations such as increased depression and risk taking behaviors, which he attributed to lack of financial security, lack of education and lack o...   [tags: healthcare,nursing, rural health]
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Increase in The Global Population - ... In the U.S., national attention was given to the needs of these groups by creating services that are targeted to the minority elderly demographic (Chapin, 2002). Part of the problem associated with an older minority demographic is the health complications that come along with certain divisions of that group. For example, 17 percent of elderly African-Americans view their health as being negative, compared to 7 percent of elderly white people. Much of this differential in health status can be attributed to increased rates of poverty among African American elders, lack of adequate health care throughout life, and a greater likelihood of working at manual, psychically debilitating jobs” (Ch...   [tags: social intergration,welfare system, elderly]
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The Decrease in Puma Population - ... They try to go after weak, sick, or old prey. Pumas eat at a higher rate than some animals and may require nourishment faster; this will make them hunt more than some and needs their prey to keep up with them. Some groups monitor the pumas kill rates to make sure that their prey will not diminish. Cougars use a very dangerous hunting method when hunting their food. The puma will pounce onto its back and bite into its neck until it is dead, this is dangerous because the bigger animals may buck it off or rub it against a tree killing them....   [tags: cougars, puma extinction, ecosystem]
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Vulnerable Population - Hispanic Children - Vulnerable Population - Hispanic Children Young Hispanic children experience multiple disparities in health status, insurance coverage, barriers to healthcare access and the quality of health care received. There have been multiple studies that have researched racial/ethnic disparities among adults, however few studies have examined the racial/ethnic disparities in the health care of children. The United States is experiencing a demographic surge in minority children, particularly among the youngest age groups....   [tags: Health Care]
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Dealing with a large population - The United States of America is rife with many problems. Many of these problems are highlighted upon in politics and many aren't. Dealing with these problems is not simple in our two party system and leads to many disputes on what is right or what is wrong. The large amount of demographic profiles we have in the United States of America is a key factor to this problem. Several problems related to our large demographic groupings can't be easily solved with a simple law. As an American citizen I feel the right to bear arms is a very important factor of an adult's life, but how we go about taking care of our guns is an entirely different issue as well as the violence that happens with guns....   [tags: Demographic Grouping, Bigger Government]
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Cough in the Pediatric Population - Cough in the Pediatric Population INTRODUCTION Cough is the most common presenting symptom to general practitioners and persistent cough is one of the most common problems referred to pediatricians and respiratory physicians. Although most of these consultations are likely for acute cough (cough lasting less than 2 weeks), a significant number of consults are for chronic cough. This article concentrates on chronic cough defined as cough present for more than 4 weeks.1 PREVALENCE According to data published, prevalence of chronic cough in primary school-aged children (6-12 years) is 5% to 10 %....   [tags: Health] 2349 words
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Population Health and Aboriginal Homicide - Introduction According to the World Health Organization, health provision inequality has been a big issue in both developed and underdeveloped countries. This inequality has pushed the larger population to think on how to provide and promote quality public health which was deemed dead by the turn of the 19th century. Some organizations such as the World Health Organization have been formed to tackle issues relating to promotion of public health. The need to achieve health for all by the year 2000 and beyond gave rise to the Ottawa Charter Health Promotion, a very first international health conference that was held in the year 1986 (World Health Organization, 2011)....   [tags: Ottowa Charter Health Promotion]
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Population Standard Deviation Help - Introduction for population standard deviation help: In this article we will discuss about population standard deviation. In probability theory and statistics, the standard deviation of a statistical population, a data group, or a chance distribution is the square root of its inconsistency. Standard deviation is a generally used calculate of the unpredictability or dispersion, being algebraically more tractable though basically less robust than the probable deviation or average absolute deviation....   [tags: Statistics] 598 words
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Effects of Over Population - The world as we know it is slowly being depleted of its natural resources. Habitats are being destroyed, and wildlife animals are facing extinction, these are just a few of the effects of over population. Over population not only affects nature and the planet but the human way of life. Imagine a world where the water is polluted, the soil produces no crop and the air is so toxic that we can’t breathe; this is where the world is heading. Due to the fast growth of people, humanity itself faces great danger....   [tags: Environment, Sustainability]
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Sustaining the Human Population - The question posed in this week’s written assignment is whether or not there is hope for planet Earth in the twenty-first century. After studying the planet in this course, I can say that the resilience of the planet is not what is truly in question. The real issue is what the fate of humanity is. The twenty-first century has thus far been marked with a resounding wake-up call to the challenges facing humanity and our environment. In 2005 the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment released findings that nearly two-thirds of the ecosystems that sustain human life are diminishing and being used unsustainably....   [tags: Causes, Change, Earth]
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The Growing Prison Population - The United States leads the world with more than 2.3 million people incarcerated. The American war on crime has created a rise in prison population measuring the largest in the world. The “tough on crime”, “crack down on crime” and the “zero tolerance” policies all refer to policies that encourage punishment as a response to crime. The effects of these policies are filling our prisons and detention facilities at an alarming rate. The growth in prison population is largely due to tougher state and federal sentencing imposed since the mid-1980s....   [tags: Criminal Justice]
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Population and Food History - The interaction between people and food is, in my opinion, one of the most sacred and fruitful relations in the history of humankind – in simple words, everyone loves to eat. A double cheeseburger with three slices of bacon, lettuce and tomato, mashed potatoes covered with brown gravy, stuffing, and a strawberry milkshake; unless it is served at Bruff, there is no more appetizing meal I can think of. Nonetheless, besides the satisfaction a certain clientele derives from consuming such savory type of food, little do they know about the congenital connections between what they are eating and global-reaching issues such as: climate change, poverty, economic fluctuations, and cultural distortion...   [tags: Nutrition ] 1178 words
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Population and Food History - The interaction between people and food is, in my opinion, one of the most sacred and fruitful relations in the history of humankind – in simple words, everyone loves to eat. A double cheeseburger with three slices of bacon, lettuce and tomato, mashed potatoes covered with brown gravy, stuffing, and a strawberry milkshake; unless it is served at Bruff, there is no more appetizing meal I can think of. Nonetheless, besides the satisfaction a certain clientele derives from consuming such savory type of food, little do they know about the congenital connections between what they are eating and global-reaching issues such as: climate change, poverty, economic fluctuations, and cultural distortio...   [tags: Global Issues, Resources, Eating Habits] 2102 words
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Increased Population of Prisons - Overcrowded prisons and improper punishment systems are enormous social issues for our government. The United States has seen steady growth in its prisons. A projected increment in seen due to “get-tough” policies that locks up offenders for longer sentences (Ohlemacher, 2007, para. 1). The correction system had been through various phases of transformation, and the government had been tough on crime; this approach had resulted in rising prison populations. There are many factors that cause overcrowding prisons in the United States....   [tags: Criminal Justice] 1612 words
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The Shrinking Tiger Population - George Bernard Shaw quotes, “When a man wants to murder a tiger, he calls it sport, when a tiger wants to murder him, he calls it ferocity.” In the 1900s the tiger population was over 100,000 counting all nine subspecies; however their population has pummeled to an estimated 4,000 to 7,000, which accounts for only six of the nine subspecies. Three in which have already been extinct since the early to mid 1900s (WWF). Tigers are one of the largest species in the cat family and also one of the fastest disappearing species in the world due to human-tiger conflicts....   [tags: Wildlife Conservation] 1750 words
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Korean-American Population and Acculturation - Introduction In this paper I will discuss examine how the unique cultural aspects of Korean-Americans and acculturation contribute to the high rates of depression and suicide ideation, using John Berry’s Four-Cell Typology as a model. I will also discuss how their culture influences views on mental health, and how these views determine their attitudes toward seeking treatment and mental well-being. Psychological adjustment to acculturation is a key factor for Korean-Americans. Coming from a uniquely strong patriarchal and collectivist society, Koreans have deep religious roots in Confucianism that emphasizes obligation to family and society....   [tags: psychopathology, mental health, culture, Berry]
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Social Work: Women Population - Chapter 16 of, Social Work, a Profession of Many Faces addressed the women population. It examined the unique sociological problems within the population and discussed its history of discrimination. It discussed the importance of understanding gender roles and social inequality. The chapter highlighted concepts and techniques that are used within the women population One social work concept that should be applied when dealing with the women population is understanding that it is the responsibility of the social worker to assist their clients in the decision making process; It is not the social worker’s responsibility to make decisions for the client....   [tags: women empowerment, equality, discrimination]
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Monsanto: Marketed Population Control - Monsanto: Marketed Population Control From a pipe dream of the son of two immigrants comes one of the largest chemical engineering companies of our time. John Francis Queeny was born in Chicago in August of 1859. It is hard to believe that a man with only six years of public school education created such a vast empire. In 1871 the Queeny family was devastated by the Great Chicago Fire, the buildings that his father owned and rented out were, of course, totally destroyed, thus ending the rather comfortable life of the Queeny family....   [tags: Corporate Profile]
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Ageing Population - Introduction Increase in the ageing population has been accompanied many health care challenges and policy makers have been prompted to do their part and devise mechanisms of overcoming these challenges. Huge implications have been felt in the areas of organization and delivery of health care. Policy makers and other stakeholders in the health care system have faced increasing pressure to implement more cost effective and reliable care systems. One of the major shifts that have come with the increasing aged population is the need to commit more resources to manage chronic illnesses than acute illnesses....   [tags: Health, Policy, Chronic Illnesses] 2214 words
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World Population - According to the Population Division of the United Nations, world population reached 6,500 million in 2005 and will continue growing by more than 76 million per year, United Nations estimates indicate that by 2050 there will be between 7,700 million and 10,600 million, being the most likely projection of 9,100 million inhabitants. The availability of arable land and increased efficiency in food production from land can reach their limits. The oceanographic conditions, climate and its effect on soil quality and various human uses to determine crop land will be unable to provide food for the ever growing human population....   [tags: Statistics, United Nations] 1223 words
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World Population Balance - Population growth is one of the ways a sociologist can view the changes within society. A population consists of everything or everyone being studied in an inference procedure. Populations can be large in size, although this is not necessary. What is important is that a population includes all of what we are curious about. Populations consists of groups, which must be living in the same area at the same time (Taylor). The number of individuals that inhabit a place in society at one time is called size....   [tags: social issues, growth, immigration]
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Population Reduction: The Method for Economic Growth? - Until recently, the term “population growth” has always been regarded in a positive manner; still many people believe that a growing human population results in a growing economy. While many people debate whether a reduction in our total numbers is necessary, others debate what the effects would be. Not only does our population affect the economy, but also our environment, education, quality of life, and everything around us depends on how we react to this growing problem. Our population is growing and we must decide how we will react and what effects our actions will have....   [tags: Tax Rate, Ponzi Schemes]
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Understanding Population Growth - ... Knowledge about sex, increases in wages, and urbanization are the major traits of this stage. As of 2010 China and Brazil are in this particular stage, and are rapidly growing with the hope of one day developing into a fully industrialized society. As for Canada’s placement within this model, it is unclear as to what they are grouped in as there is no general consensus regarding this matter. What is known is that they are between the third and fourth stage of this model. Lastly we have the industrialized phase that only a handful of countries are grouped within....   [tags: industrialized economies, demographic]
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India’s Aging Population - India is the largest democracy in the world, a nuclear power and a merging economy (BBC News). Currently, India is the second most populous country and according to United Nations’ projection it will surpass China and become the most populated by 2028 (UN news). In 2028, both China and India are predicted to have 1.45 billion, but China’s population will decrease thereafter whereas India’s will continue to increase. This fact implies China’s controversial population control mechanisms will be successful, while India’s will fail....   [tags: geography, india, democracy]
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Japan Population Density - 1. A. Geographical Setting a. Location The country of Japan is the northeastern clump of islands off of Asia’s mainland. The approximate coordinates are 35°N, 136°E. The country has four main islands, Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, and Shikoku, and over 2,000 smaller islands in which all are completely surrounded seas and oceans. These bodies of water include the Sea of Japan, East China Sea, Philippine Sea, and the main surrounding water body, the Pacific Ocean. The distance to fly over the Pacific Ocean from Tokyo, Japan to Denver, Colorado, U.S....   [tags: Asia, international trade, topography, climate]
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China's Population Control - China, being a country that has all eyes on them have become one of the most prominent countries in the world recently. Development within the country has by far surpass the expectations of the people all around the world. Despite all that, China face some of the world’s biggest problems for instance overpopulation. The meaning of overpopulation is the excessive population of an area to the point of overcrowding, depletion of natural resources, or environmental deterioration. And with that, the one-child policy was introduced to control the population of People's Republic of China (PRC) or more commonly known as China....   [tags: Ethics ] 1596 words
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Canadian's Aging Population - There is diversity among all Canadian, hence there is differences among the aging population. Not all seniors are aging well and have the appropriate programs and services to meet their needs. Some seniors are victims of abuse and some are living in isolation and poverty. Some seniors suffer from chronic illness and other socio-economic factors limit the amount of money they can put away for retirement. Hence these middle and low income elderly retirees will have to depend mainly on the pension plan that is offered between the age of 60- 65....   [tags: Health Care]
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Challenges of Health Care and the Aging Population - ... This ratio causes there to be more people in the health care profession to become less beneficial. With the life expectancy age being seventy-eight years of age, there will be a greater chance to expect an overload of patients being inputted into hospitals. The amount of nurses and doctors generating a year does not balance out the growth of the aging population. There is an average of 17, 364 people that graduate per year from medical school. 17, 364 are not even half of the amount of people contributed in the aging population today....   [tags: retirement, medicare, medicaid]
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Population Policies of China, Singapore, and France - Population Policies "Population policies are policies designed by the government to address problems of high or low birth rates", In this essay I will examine the population policies of three different countries, China, Singapore, and France. The aim of a population policy is to create a sustainable level of population, which means a level of population that will not harm the needs of future generations. This directly links to China because is is the country with the largest population in the world, and it is still growing rapidly....   [tags: overpopulation] 509 words
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Essay on Thomas Malthus and the Principle of Population - 1. Introduction This essay deals with Thomas Malthus and the first two chapters of his “Essay on the Principle of Population”. At first I will provide a short biographical note on Malthus and I will also mention his main achievements. Then, a summary of Malthus' main ideas of the first two chapters of mentioned work follows. Afterward, the essay concludes with a personal note. 2. A short biography Thomas Robert Malthus was born in 1766 (course textbook, n. d.) in Surrey, England, as the sixth son of a wealthy intellectual family and he died in 1834 (Weikard, n....   [tags: Literature Review]
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Chicago Population Study - Introduction Due to the consistent increase in population, there has been a serious concern on the health-event patterns in the contemporary society. The rise in population has as a result generated several issues that need to be addressed since population increase can lead to neglect of some important health issues. The rise is due to increase in the number of birth rate, decrease in the mortality rate and improvement in health services among others (Sinai Urban Health Institute, 2001). Chicago is commonly referred to as the Chicago metropolitan area or the Chicago land in the United States....   [tags: Urban Research ]
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Women Empowerment as a Means of Population Control - The developing world faces unprecedented amounts of pressure on issues such as economic development, poverty, inadequate sanitation and today more than ever, population crises. According to the Eager’s theory of demographic transition, there are three fundamental stages in development. Stage one has high death rates and high fertility rates. Stage two comprises of a decrease in death rates due to better medical treatment and continued high fertility rates (this means high population growth rates)....   [tags: Women's Rights ]
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Wolf Population Control - The wolf is an incredibility majestic creature of the wild. Centuries of hunting have pushed the wolf to the brink of extinction. Man decided to bring back the wolf, but it took many years before their numbers came up enough to be taken off the endangered species list. Now the wolf is abundant with overwhelming numbers. In 2009, a law was enacted allowing people to go out to the local Fish and Game office and buy a license to hunt wolves. In Idaho, this only costs eleven dollars and seventy-five cents....   [tags: Conservation]
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Nigerian Population Statistics - AGE: According to data from the United Nations, 42.3% of the population of Nigeria are between 0-14 years of age, while 54.6% are between 15-65 years of age. The median age of the country provided by the Central Intelligence Agency World Fact book is 19 years. For management trainees in most conglomerates, vacancies are restricted to applicants below 25 years. For certain positions in companies, candidates have to be 35 years and above to be considered. Although age brings about experience and maturity in the work place, discrimination won’t be a fair treatment because the educational situation in Nigeria doesn’t allow for the early graduation of students especially with the several strike...   [tags: Nigeria] 1717 words
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Population: A Vital Indicator of Economic Growth - Economic growth in a city, state, or country is characterized by steady growth in the productive capacity of the economy or a growth of national income (Fernandez- Villaverde, 2001). The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate is most commonly used to measure economic growth because it is a reflection of the total change in a country’s national output (Filardo, 1999). This growth rate is used to predict the direction of an economy. A positive growth rate indicates a positive economy with more jobs, consumption and income while a negative growth indicates an economic decline (Filardo, 1999)....   [tags: Economics]
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Preparation for Population Standard Deviation Exam - Introduction for preparation for population standard deviation exam: In chance theory and statistics, the standard deviation of an arithmetical population, a data group, or a chance distribution is the square root of its inconsistency. Standard deviation is a generally used calculate of the unpredictability or diffusion, being mathematically more tractable though basically fewer robust than the probable deviation or average absolute deviation. In this article we will discuss about preparation for population standard deviation....   [tags: Math] 577 words
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The Declining Population in Europe and the Decline of the Family - In recent years it has become evident that the population of Europe is falling at a rate that could become problematic. This problem is contradictory to the idea of a population explosion promoted by the book “The Population Bomb by Paul Ehrlich which decries the rapid growth of the earth’s population as problematic for the environment and for quality of life. The decline of fertility points to a view of children that is particularly troubling. Europe simply does not want children despite its desperate need for a growing, productive workforce....   [tags: Sociology ]
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Canada: Metis Population - ... A report by Dennis stated: “French half-breeds . . . have gone so far as to threaten violence should surveys be attempted to be made.” This statement displays the warning signs of resistance on behalf of the Metis and should have been taken into consideration by the Canadian Government when making the decision to send a survey team into Red River before land claims were settles. Prior to the survey team’s arrival, Governor William Mctavish also sensed that the surveys would cause trouble. Mactavish’s statement made to the Hudson’s Bay Company illustrates his concerns: “It is unfortunate that any survey should be commenced till the Canadian Government was in authority here, as the whole...   [tags: provisional government, red river colony]
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Global Population Control and Environmental Policies - Global population control and environmental policies are the subject of international controversy. The rate at which human beings are populating the earth and polluting it are some of the most important factors that face the global society today. As of March 2009, the world population is about 6.76 billion. With the high rate of population increase, the global population is expected to reach 9 billion by 2040. With the number of people in the world today and the amount of consumer goods being purchased and used, these factors present a problem to the state of the environment in the near future....   [tags: Environment, Overpopulation, Global Warming] 1628 words
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Animal Euthanasia: The Population Control Controversy - Can you recall the last time you have seen the lifeless body of an innocent dog or cat alongside of the road. Better yet, how many people can you think of, that go to a shelter to get a new pet, versus buying an animal from a breeder. My point is that there are many animals dying outside of shelters every day. However, because the adoption rates at shelters aren’t high enough to stop the overcrowding, pets undergo euthanasia. Versus the imminent probability of an animal dying an atrocious death in the wild, they are offered a peaceful and pain-free passing in shelters....   [tags: pet, animal shelters, sterilization, overcrowding]
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A Forgotten Population: Seniors with Developmental Disabilities - According to Heller and Factor (as cited in Wood & Jackson, 2003) the number of “older adults age 60 and older who are diagnosed with mental retardation or developmental disabilities is expected to reach 1,065,000 by 2030.” In fact, “in the last 30 years, the life expectancy of people with intellectual disability has increased more dramatically than that of the general population” (Bigby, 2010). Doka and Lavin (2003) report that advances in medical care and a shift to deinstitutionalization have contributed to this increase in life expectancy for developmentally disabled adults....   [tags: Disability ]
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Population Growth: The Problems Created By Urbanization - ... “In the slum of Golibar, a room of about 15 square meters is home to a family of 8 people. Dewa Ramchandra Bhalerao, their eldest son has been fighting tuberculosis for four years and openly discusses his fear of infecting others in such a congested space” (Nunan). In slums, the lack of sanitation that worries many surrounds the access people have to proper bathrooms and cleaning products, of which many developed nations take for granted. Horrifying amounts of litter cover the city of Mumbai, especially in slums, creating an unhygienic environment in people’s personal living space....   [tags: poverty, poor living, overpopulation]
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Food, Population and Environmental Problems: Brazil - It is a fairly universal strategy to examine past and present trends in order to forecast the future. This can be commonly observed in everyday existence, as people rely on previous climate trends and recent weather phenomenon in order to make decisions such as how to dress and mode of transportation to use to go to work. Likewise, by employing the use of past and present data and trends, policymakers can make predictions of the future in order to create more effective policies, as well as find better “prescriptions” to solve existing problems (Lecture, 4/1/2010)....   [tags: Government Analysis ]
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Health of the Female Population Endangered by Media - Today’s media is playing a huge role in the lives of everyday women and the way that they think about themselves and how they should look. This portrayal of unattainable beauty has effect women and young adolescent girls the most. The number one wish for girls ages 11 to 17 is to be thinner, and girls as young as five have expressed fears of getting fat (Tiggemann, 1996). The medias usage of ultra thin and beautiful models are leading to eating disorders and depression and other mental disorders in women....   [tags: media, media and women, women's studies]
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Social Inequality within the Aboriginal Population - Introduction Health care services are important to all, but what happens when our First Nations are allowed to those services but they themselves don’t always use it. In Canada, the health care system is supposed to be a ‘discrimination-free envornment’ (Tang, 2008) but that is not always the case. The right to an adequate health is all ours, but then for many nurses and physicians ethnic groups such as Aboriginal people are victims of racial gestures. Therefore, the health of the Aboriginal population is much worse than the non-Aboriginal people....   [tags: Discrimination of First Nations]
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Hardships Facing the Gray Wolf Population - An eerie howl fills the air; it bellows over the darkened valley floor. A majestic show of fur and fang dance behind a herd of deer leaping through blanketed snow. Within a second, gunshots echo; and a fallen beauty lays unmoving, painting the snow beneath a deep red. In the past, with little understanding and an abundance of anger, humans in North America have caused much change to the gray wolf’s life. Alterations in habitat, behavior, diet, and human measures for control have created a multitude of hardships for the gray wolf population....   [tags: Animal Conservation] 635 words
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Population Ecology vs. Neoinstitutional Theory - Organization-environment relations depict certain areas of UCSB in their entirety in which two of those theories include population ecology and neoinstitutional theory. Population ecology and neoinstitutional theory looks at UCSB in divergent perspectives: population ecology looks at UCSB as a living or dying species whereas neoinstitutional theory highlights UCSB’s importance as an establishment to its field of education. With this, I am going to compare both, population ecology and neoinstitutional theory, in relation to the University of California – Santa Barbara....   [tags: Environment, Ecology] 1875 words
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