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    Hemming’s Noble Savages In the written piece “Noble Savages” by John Hemming he give an historic account of different European adventures in the Brazilian mainland.  He also tells some of the stories about the Brazilian people that were taken back to Europe about the savages’ way of life. A fleet of ships sailing towards Cape of Good Hope on April 22, 1500 was blown astray.  They were blown so far west, that their commander Pero Alveres Cabral saw a new land, which they named Easter Mountain. The men

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    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

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    Fertility rates are still rather high with India alone adding 15 million people per year over the past decade (Wiley 420). However, that number is predicted to steadily decline in the coming years. East Asia is categorized as being in stage 4 of the Demographic Transition Model, meaning birth and death rates are both low. This is directly the result of the Chinese government’s “one child policy”. China’s “one child policy” has left a gender imbalance of 117 boys for every 100 girls. Along with a gender

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    societies throughout the world. In Europe, Africa, and middle east, immigration serves as a booster for economies, but does not mean it is helping the society as a whole. There are many effects of migration, some good and some bad, but the main concern is how the refugees affect the society as a whole. With up sides and down sides to allowing immigration in a particular region or country, the question should be answered. How does immigration affect the society? In Europe, immigration has always been a

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    Out of Africa Theory

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    practices, expansion of education and greater access to resources allowed for many countries, especially those in North America and Europe to rapidly progress through stages two and three of the demographic transition model. Although the global pace of development had increased substantially, the majority of this development was clustered in North America and Europe rather than being evenly dispersed throughout the world. The widely acclaimed replacement theory, also known as the “Out of Africa”

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    For most customers, their attributes are easily identified. The marketing segmentation is the process of breaking down the intended product market into manageable groups; it can be broken down by demographic, geographic, psychographic,

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    Will Europe Run the 21st Century?

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    Europe will not run the 21st century because of a combination of economic, institutional, and cultural factors. However, for the purpose of this paper, I will focus on the economic aspects of European society that will impede EU ascendency. I do not believe that the EU will cease to exist in the coming century, but I do believe it will become obsolete because it will be unable to make the necessary changes to their demographic problems, defense policies, and economic culture in response to the increasing

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    parliament the greater their interests will be represented. Hypothesis two examines the socio-demographics of citizen interests in multipartyism that provides all citizens with direct representation on a broad ideological spectrum. I expect that there will be a higher level of citizen involvement. Therefore, the more multipartyism directly represents constituents it should lead to a higher level of citizen

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    Analysis Of Nike

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    Segmentation & Targeting Nike is special and one of a kind because of the fact that they have an extremely targeted demographic. Nike’s mission statement is as follows “To bring inspiration and innovation to every athlete* in the world.” (Nike) Their target market is to all athletes, but they also use market segmentation to help specify certain parts of the market. Nike’s primary target audience is between the ages of 15-40. Both men and women are accommodated equally. Nike is beginning to place

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    Essay On Childlessness

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    Many scientist and specifically sociologists are concerned with the population on planet Earth. Many couples today are choosing not to have children. This choice does not just effect the couples personally, however it effects the whole country's demographic. The increase in childlessness among couples generates economic and social problems. Many countries are facing this problem. Hara in a journal article mentions that Japan and Germany are a couple of the countries that are going through childlessness

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