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Global Population Growth: Population in Modern China (Lecture 17 of 24)

Lecture Description Families lived together in traditional China and sons remained on the land; division of family land...

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Global Population Growth: Economic Impact of Population Growth (Lecture 18 of 24)

Lecture Description 1) Population in China: Until recently, Chinese families did not much alter their fertility dependin...

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Global Population Growth: Economic Motivations for Fertility (Lecture 19 of 24)

Lecture Description Data shows, consistently, that poor people have more children than rich people; economically speakin...

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Global Population Growth: Teen Sexuality and Teen Pregnancy (Lecture 20 of 24)

Lecture Description Rates of teen pregnancy in the US are quite high, in contrast to European countries which have much...

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Global Population Growth: Global Demography of Abortion (Lecture 21 of 24)

Lecture Description Abortion is very common both worldwide and in the US. There is one abortion for every 3.2 live birth...

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Global Population Growth: Population and the Environment (Lecture 24 of 24)

Lecture Description World population will continue to rise until at least 2050. Environmental impact is the product of t...

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Sustainable Living: Environment I: Sustainable Living Program, Environment 185, ESLP, Lecture 1 (Lecture 1 of 9)

Lecture Description Scott Sherman on "Introductions, Footprints, and Empowerment," as part of the Education fo...

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Sustainable Living: Environment II: Lecture 8 - Amy Lukken on Sustainable Living

Lecture Description Course Description Environment 185A: Sustainable Living is a sub-division of the Education for Susta...

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Global Population Growth: Female Disadvantage (Lecture 15 of 24)

Lecture Description In East and South Asia there are many more boys than girls. Previously, this resulted from female in...

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Global Population Growth: Why Is Africa Different? (Lecture 5 of 24)

Lecture Description In addition to cultural controls acting to maximize fertility, there are important, and often compet...

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Global Population Growth: Population in Modern China (Lecture 17 of 24)

Lecture Description Families lived together in traditional China and sons remained on the land; division of family land...

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Global Population Growth: Economic Impact of Population Growth (Lecture 18 of 24)

Lecture Description 1) Population in China: Until recently, Chinese families did not much alter their fertility dependin...

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Global Population Growth: Economic Motivations for Fertility (Lecture 19 of 24)

Lecture Description Data shows, consistently, that poor people have more children than rich people; economically speakin...

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Global Population Growth: Teen Sexuality and Teen Pregnancy (Lecture 20 of 24)

Lecture Description Rates of teen pregnancy in the US are quite high, in contrast to European countries which have much...

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Global Population Growth: Global Demography of Abortion (Lecture 21 of 24)

Lecture Description Abortion is very common both worldwide and in the US. There is one abortion for every 3.2 live birth...

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Global Population Growth: Population and the Environment (Lecture 24 of 24)

Lecture Description World population will continue to rise until at least 2050. Environmental impact is the product of t...

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Sustainable Living: Environment I: Sustainable Living Program, Environment 185, ESLP, Lecture 1 (Lecture 1 of 9)

Lecture Description Scott Sherman on "Introductions, Footprints, and Empowerment," as part of the Education fo...

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Global Population Growth: Population in Modern China (Lecture 17 of 24)

Lecture Description Families lived together in traditional China and sons remained on the land; division of family land...

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Global Population Growth: Economic Impact of Population Growth (Lecture 18 of 24)

Lecture Description 1) Population in China: Until recently, Chinese families did not much alter their fertility dependin...

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Global Population Growth: Economic Motivations for Fertility (Lecture 19 of 24)

Lecture Description Data shows, consistently, that poor people have more children than rich people; economically speakin...

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Global Population Growth: Teen Sexuality and Teen Pregnancy (Lecture 20 of 24)

Lecture Description Rates of teen pregnancy in the US are quite high, in contrast to European countries which have much...

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Global Population Growth: Global Demography of Abortion (Lecture 21 of 24)

Lecture Description Abortion is very common both worldwide and in the US. There is one abortion for every 3.2 live birth...

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Global Population Growth: Population and the Environment (Lecture 24 of 24)

Lecture Description World population will continue to rise until at least 2050. Environmental impact is the product of t...

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