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Quiz 8 :

Population and Environmental Impact

Quiz 8 :

Population and Environmental Impact

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What does the term "doubling time" refer to?
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D

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Which factor has an impact on the crude birth rate?
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B

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Canada's population at the start of 2013 was:
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C

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Mamadu lives in Zimbabwe. There are not many job opportunities there, so Mamadu is moving to Canada where he can get a job as a cook. Which theory best explains Mamadu's situation?
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Dahlia is examining the relationship between the level of education and fertility among women. What will Dahlia find?
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Which term refers to the number of children that a woman would have over the course of her reproductive life if she experienced the age-specific fertility rates observed in a particular calendar year?
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Which term refers to the number of deaths per year for every 1000 people?
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Which term is a measure of the number of live births for every 1000 people in a given year?
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The rate of natural increase in Canada is 2.19 and the rate of natural increase in India is 13.17. What do these numbers tell us?
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In 2009, which Canadian province or territory had the highest infant mortality rate?
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Which population projection theory suggests that the population will exceed the available food supply because populations grow at geometric rates, while food supplies grow at arithmetic rates?
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Two years ago Valentin, Marietta, and their two daughters came to Canada from Bulgaria. From the Canadian perspective, this move is called:
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In Canada, the fertility rate has been stable since the early 1990s. What has the Canadian fertility rate been since this time?
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The movement of people from one area to another is called:
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Last year, Sean decided to leave his home in Saskatoon and live in Paris. From the Canadian perspective, this move is called:
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Which migration theory suggests that migration depends on the supply and demand for labour, both in the sending area as well as in the receiving area?
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Dr. Rodriguez gave his sociology students an assignment. Each student must provide a visual presentation of data related to the age and sex of the population in a different country. The sociology students will turn in:
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The total fertility rate in Jamaica in 2013 was 2.1 children per woman. This rate is:
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Statistics Canada collects and shares information on the population's size, age, ethnic composition, birth rates, and death rates. This organization collects data on:
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The study of population size and composition is called:
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