• race crime
    is that the per capita income has a positive effect on the crime rate. This is most likely because when there is a higher per capita income the wealth is distributed more widely. This means that people will want to commit more crimes such as theft and burglary on the portion of the population...
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  • Wolves in Sweden: Small Review of Population Genetics and Social Acceptance
    prey species (grouse, hare, ect.). Red fox are 1 very adaptive specie, therefore human activities, that may be a threat to other species, have little or no negative direct effect on them, but it usually has both indirect positive effect (through effecting the top predators populations...
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  • ‘In today’s world there are more reasons than ever to be an environmental optimist.’ Critically discuss.
    at this level, demand for a wider range of consumer goods is increasing and food is been imported in large volumes, with a growing population these demands are going to become more and more difficult to meet and have irreversible effects on the environment. Ehrlichs stresses we should be far...
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  • Marine Ecology Study Guide
    species * Foundation species usually primary producer that provides habitat and food for community of organisms * Their presence alone has large positive effects on community by increasing # of species * Their initial presence in succession required before other species can become...
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  • Habitat Fragmentation
    & Murphy 1985). There appears to be a large gap between what has been observed empirically through studies and ecological theory such as the species-area relationship or the meta-population theory (Harrison & Bruna). Habitat fragmentation has been found to have both long-term and short-term effects...
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  • The Positive and Negative Effects of Globalisation on Dubai
    The Positive And Negative Effects Of Globalisation On Dubai Alexander Cochrane Charles Pillsbury Allen High School The earliest recorded mention of Dubai is in 1095, in the Book of Geography by the Spanish-Arab geographer Abu Abdullah al-Bakri (Dubai-Architecture, N.D.). In 1966 the discovery...
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  • Traffic congestion
    provision on property prices have generally found positive effects” (Roukouni 2012). Growing prices on real estate displays that importance of this part of the city has increased. Consequently improvement of meaningful of the district invariably leads to rising of the population there, which is one of...
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  • immigration
    negative or positive effects within a country. Immigration has effected the United States socially and economically, significantly in the late 1900s some of the effects for the good and some for bad. Americans’ standard ways of thinking contain worries that the large numbers of immigrants are affecting...
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  • Aashi
    the increase in population growth, then analyze the positive and negative effects on economic growth. Moreover, we will interpret the result of the regression test to find out the exactly answer of the question whether the growth rate of population can increase or decrease the economic growth in...
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  • japan facts
    positive effects. Asia’s population has brought upon many economic rewards and failures. The economic productivity rate is high, because of so many workers. Yet, it becomes harder to meet market demands due to the limit on supplies. Not only does it affects the economic systems but also interferes...
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  • China Case Study
    . This practice partly explains why China’s at-birth sex ratio is unusually high: 118 males to 100 girls which has risen from 2000 where it stood at 116.8 males to 100 girls according to both the 2011 and 2000 census. Population Characteristics: Decline in death/mortality rates: Positive – The...
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  • Use of Knowledge
    of competition for this student subgroup. Specifications that exclude the share of population with higher education show a positive, quite large, and highly significant effect of competition for this subgroup. We suspect that neither of these specifications provides a correct estimate of the...
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  • One-Child Policy
    the work environment will suffer because there will be a decrease in the middle age working population. According to one recent study the decline will cut 0.7 per cent off the annual growth of the economy by 2030. Positive effects of the policy The main purpose of the policy had a...
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  • Soc103 Lecture Notes
    combined, tends to have a negative effect on the environment, even though none of the individuals are intending to do so. * * Important Factors When Studying Populations: * 1. The social differences between large and small human communities. * 2. The social impact of population...
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  • Migration Within a Country’s Borders Have Greater Negative Impacts at Their Origin Than Their Destination
    rural to urban migration. This creates a number of social effects in the rural area such as children being left alone with less parental guidance and support and most of the migrant workers are male with a decrease in the male population there will be less which will affect the safety of children...
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  • China’s One Child Policy is said to have created a generation of ‘Little Emperors’. Assess the consequences of most families having only one or two children.
    has been a positive as a way to maintain the resources in the country and stop a large increase in the population. The number of abortions is paired with the issue of gendercide in China being at an all time high, people want a “Little Emperor” and not “Little Empress” due to traditional preference...
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  • Black Plague
    swept across it throughout the mid-fourteenth century having several negative and few positive effects on Europe's culture, politics, population and economy. Regions that were hit the hardest by the plague, such as the cities, suffered the greatest loss of cultural institutions like schools...
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  • Positive and Negative Effects of the Industrial Revolution
    numerous inventions and improvements in the agricultural methods, many of the people who worked the lands on manors had to move to the cities. This caused a growth in the number of cities as well as a growth of the population living in the cities- urbanization. This was one positive effect of the...
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  • The Positive and Negative Effects of Tourism
    The Negative and Positive Effects of Tourism Submitted by Arianne Smith DeVry University Tourism Management, Warren John Fall 2011 Abstract The current research paper covers the main effects of global tourism, both positive and negative. International tourism is a significant sector of...
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  • Studennt
    maintains that population has a negative impact on economic development while other emphatically favours its positive effects on economic development. This paper aims to analyze a long run relationship between population growth and economic development in Bhutan. The findings of this paper indicate the...
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