Demography

Subject: EPH

Find Your Query

Overview

After completing this lesson, student must be able to:
  • Explain position of world population.
  • Explain the causes of unequal distribution of population in Nepal.
  • Describe the population distribution and growth rate by ecological regions.
  • Classification of population composition.
  • Find the sources of population data.
  • Describe the measures of fertility, mortality and migration.
  • Explain the factors affecting death, birth and migration.
  • Explaining some important measures of population change.

Notes

Size of Population

Size of population means number or quantity to have less or more population at a certain place, at a certain time. This note reveals facts on the study of population. Learn More

Composition of Population

The distribution of the population according to the characteristics such as age, sex, marital status, socio-economic status (caste, religion, language, occupation, etc.) and so on is called composition of population. This is the note about the classification of population composition. Learn More

Sources of Population Data

Population data are the indicators of the various information of population like birth, death, migration, age, sex, marital status, religion, literacy, language, occupation, etc. This is the note about sources of population data. Learn More

Demographic Components, Processes and Measures

Demography is the scientific study of human population primarily with respect to size, structure, distribution and change. This is the note about the demographic components, processes, and measures.

Learn More

Some Important Measures of Population Change

Population Doubling Time is the estimated time taken to double the population. This is the note about the measures of population change.

Learn More

Measures of Mortality and Migration

Migration is another process of demography that deals with the change in the size and composition of the population by migrating from one place to another. This is the note about the measures of mortality and migration.

Learn More

Factors Affecting Birth

Birth is an important component mainly related to fertility in the study of population education. This note has information about the factors affecting birth. Learn More

Factors Affecting Death

Biological factors are those which are related to our body and its physiological processes. This note has information about the factors affecting death. Learn More

Factors Affecting Migration

Migration is affected by various factors like age, sex, marital status, education, occupation, employment, etc. This note has information about the factors affecting migration. Learn More

© 2019-20 Kullabs. All Rights Reserved.