what are the characteristics of post-industrial stage
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mientras avanza la evolución de los países (en cuanto a la industrialización). la transición demográfica es la que marca la disminución y aumento industrial que sufre una sociedad que esta dada por las condiciones de vida. por lo general cuando es avanzado industrialmente menos niños tienen debido a los costos de vida.
This course deals with comparison of pre industrial life vs industrial lifestyle.In pre industrial life you have high birth rate and high death rate.This is attributed to lack information and high illiteracy as a results of underdevelopment.
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As countries become developed and industrialized, they experience a movement from high population growth to low population growth. Both death and birth rates decline.
These countries usually move from rapid population growth, to slow growth, to zero growth and finally to a reduction in population. This shift in growth rate with development is called the "demographic transition". Four distinct stages occur during the transition:
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During the pre-industrial stage, harsh living conditions result in a high birth rate and a high death rate. The population grows very slowly, if at all.
The transitional stage begins shortly after industrialization. During this phase, the death rate drops because of increased food production and better sanitation and health conditions, but, the birth rate remains high. Therefore, the population grows rapidly.
During the industrial stage, industrialization is well established in the country. The birth rate drops and eventually approaches the death rate. Couples in cities realize that children are expensive to raise and that having large families restrict their job opportunities.
The post-industrial stage occurs when the birth rate declines even further to equal the death rate, thus population growth reaches zero. The birth rate may eventually fall below the death rate, resulting in negative population growth.