Ch3-all of the above

Factors that contribute to lowering fertility include
a. Increasing the literacy of the mother
b. Better infant and child care
c. Free access to acceptable contraceptives
d. Fostering the rights of women
World Bank projects often have
a. Funded electrification which many residents cannot afford.
b. Built roads to open up new areas for harvest
c. Modernized agriculture with new demands for technology
d. Increased the debt and therefore the poverty in developing countries
As poverty increase
a. Fertility rates generally increase
b. Recruitment rate generally decreases
c. Population density increases
Population increases in developing countries where famine is common and sanitation is poor is made possible in part because of
a. Supplemental feeding programs provided by developed countries
b. Increased availability of medicine through various relief agencies
c. Increased availability of health care provided by developed countries
Humans in developed countries
a. Have the same biotic potential as those in developing countries
b. Have lower fertility rates than humans in developing countries
c. Have a higher standard of living than humans in developing countries
d. Have greater access to education than humans in developing countries
Women in developing countries tend to have more children than women in developed countries. Reasons for this pattern include
a. There is higher infant mortality in developing countries
b. Children are viewed as security for the elderly in developing countries
c. Children are perceived as economic assets in developing countries
d. The availability of contraceptives is less in developing countries
Countries with the lowest fertility rates
a. Are the developed countries
b. Provide opportunities for women’s education and careers
c. Have an infrastructure where contraceptives are readily available
d. Have good health care system
Factors implicated with declines in fertility rate include
a. Availability of social programs to care for the elderly
b1. Low rates of infant mortality
b2. Unrestricted access to contraceptives
c. Mandatory childhood education
d. Opportunities for higher education
Effective ways of reducing population growth in developing countries is/are to
a. Provide programs for childhood education
b1. Provide education opportunities for higher education
b2. Provide unrestricted access to contraceptive
c. Provide social programs for caring for the elderly
d. Encourage equal opportunity for women
Factors that constitute environmental resistance to humans population growth in developing countries include
a. Availability for social programs to care for the elderly
b. Unrestricted access to contraceptives
c. Mandatory childhood education
d. Opportunities for higher education
Factors that constitute environmental resistance to human population growth in developing countries include
a. War
b. Famine
c. Disease
One fifth of the world’s population, approximately 1.3 billion people
a. Live in absolute poverty
b. Are mostly illiterate
c. Lack clean water
d. Are undernourished
Effective ways of reducing environmental degrading in developing countries is/are to
a. provide programs for childhood education
b1. provide education opportunities for higher education
b2. Provide unrestricted access to contraceptive
c. provide social programs for caring for the elderly
d. encourage equal opportunity for women
Factors that constitute environmental resistance to human population growth in developing countries include
a. AIDS
b. Cholera
c. Typhoid fever
The most effective ways for developed countries to assist developing countries improve environmental stewardship is to
a. Provide programs for childhood education
b. Provide education opportunities for higher education
c. Provide social programs for caring for the elderly
d. Encourage equal opportunity for women
A modern environmental axiom is to “think globally but act locally” As we increasingly become a part of a global village, acting locally may require assisting developing counties to
a. Provide programs for childhood education
b. Provide education for childhood education
c. Provide social programs for caring for the elderly
d. Encourage equal opportunity for women