Afc Overpopulation

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Section 1:  Research Findings (Overpopulation)
How does overpopulation affects the living conditions of the developing country? 1.  Introduction
a.  Introduce Issue --------- Overpopulation is the consequence of sexual reproduction. Strangely, most people tacitly assume that overpopulation starts with the birth of a new individual. This mental picture leaves out the important aspects of sex drive and sexual intercourse. They occur seasonally in animals, but humans succumb to their sex drive throughout the year.

b.  State Overarching Research Question
How does overpopulation affects the living conditions of the developing country? Ex:  How has the growing population affected global food supplies?

c.  Paper Layout
How will you answer the research question?
Some underdeveloped and developing countries face the problem of overpopulation. Too many mouths to feed and less natural resources on hand can have a devastating effect on the economy. Country like China have really large population. In India, population growth has been on a higher scale than what the country’s economy can handle.

Ex:  A thorough examination of the connection between population growth and global food supplies will require a global overview of the issue, a discussion of this issue’s impact on the United States, along with a look at causes and potential solutions.

Due AFC Portfolio on  4/15 at 9pm
2.  Global Overview:  Define the issue
What’s happening? (Effects)
Ex:  How has population changed in the past 50 years?  How has the food supply changed in the past 50 years?   *Research statistics and specific examples that will help you answer these questions. 3.  Home Country Outlook

How is your “home country” affected?
Ex: How has population changed in the US in the past 50 years?  How has the food supply in the US changed in the past 50 years?   *Research statistics and specific examples that will help you answer these questions. Research due for Subsections 2 and...
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