ANT101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ACS

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The Demographic Transition Model: (Points : 1)
depicts how populations change over time.
is based on the historical experience of the Third World.
predicts the world’s population in the year 2002.
supports the overpopulation perspective.

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