Population Change

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A short quiz on the AQA GCSE Geography topic 'Population Change'

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Question 1

Question
What does an 'S' curve Graph show?
Answer
  • That population size is increasing at an exponential rate (unrestricted) and accelerates its increase over time.
  • The population size is increasing logistically (restricted rate); so it increases until a maximum point of growth before the rate slows down before levelling off at carrying capacity.

Question 2

Question
Label the Demographic Transition Model
Answer
  • Death Rate is Low, Birth Rate is High
  • Death Rate is High, Birth Rate is High
  • Death Rate is High, Birth Rate is Low
  • Country: Amazon
  • Country: India
  • Country: UK
  • Total Population: Decreasing
  • Total Population: Low
  • Total Population: Medium
  • Total Population: High
  • Total Population: Increasing
  • Natural: Increase
  • Natural: Decrease
  • No change
  • Birth rate high, Death rate low
  • Birth rate low, Death rate high
  • Birth rate high, Death rate decreasing
  • Birth rate high, Death rate increasing
  • Natural Increase - high
  • Natural Decrease - high
  • Natural Increase - low
  • Natural Decrease - low
  • No change
  • Country: Afghanistan
  • Country: America
  • Country: Syria
  • Total Population: Decreasing
  • Total Population: Low
  • Total Population: Medium
  • Total Population: High
  • Total Population: Increasing
  • Country: UK
  • Country: USA
  • Country: China
  • Birth rate increase, death rate increase
  • Birth rate increase, death rate decrease
  • Birth rate decrease, death rate increase
  • Birth rate decrease, death rate decrease
  • Birth rate & death rate same
  • Natural: Increase - high
  • Natural increase - medium
  • Natural increase - low
  • No change
  • Natural decrease - low
  • Natural decrease - medium
  • Natural decrease - high
  • Natural increase - medium
  • Natural decrease - medium
  • Total Population: Decreasing
  • Total Population: Low
  • Total Population: Medium
  • Total Population: High
  • Total Population: Increasing
  • Country: UK
  • Country: France
  • Country: Amazon
  • Total Population: Decreasing
  • Total Population: Low
  • Total Population: Medium
  • Total Population: High
  • Total Population: Increasing
  • Death rate and birth rate same
  • Death rate low, birth rate high
  • Death rate high, birth rate high
  • Death rate low, birth rate low
  • Death rate high, Birth rate low
  • Other
  • Natural Increase - low
  • Natural decrease - low
  • Natural increase - high
  • Natural decrease - high
  • Natural increase - decreasing
  • Natural decrease - increasing
  • Natural increase - medium
  • Natural decrease - medium
  • Country: France
  • Country: USA
  • Country: China
  • Total Population: Decreasing
  • Total Population: Low
  • Total Population: Medium
  • Total Population: High
  • Total Population: Increasing
  • Natural Increase
  • Natural Decrease
  • Unknown
  • Death rate and birth rate same
  • Death rate high, birth rate high
  • Death rate low, birth rate low
  • Death rate high, birth rate low
  • Death rate low, Birth rate high

Question 3

Question
France has an ageing population
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 4

Question
France has an [blank_start]ageing[blank_end] population. Since the 1940s France has been tackling this problem with a series of different techniques. France had a [blank_start]pro-natalist policy[blank_end]. The techniques were: Every mother/father was given [blank_start]3 years[blank_end] of [blank_start]paid maternity leave[blank_end] At 3 all children do to free, government-paid [blank_start]school[blank_end] [blank_start]Day care[blank_end] was provided for children younger than 3 and was [blank_start]subsidised[blank_end] by the government The more children a woman has, the [blank_start]earlier[blank_end] she will be allowed to [blank_start]retire[blank_end] on a [blank_start]full pension[blank_end] [blank_start]Benefits[blank_end] were provided e.g cheaper/free family rail-card etc. These techniques are proving [blank_start]successful.[blank_end]
Answer
  • ageing
  • pro-natalist policy
  • 3 years
  • paid maternity leave
  • school
  • Day care
  • subsidised
  • earlier
  • retire
  • full pension
  • Benefits
  • successful.
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