and in 2005 it decreased to 2.65. I think the reason for this drastic decrease is because of the change of years and the technology and new innovations that was put on the table from in between those years.
Women share an important role in society when it comes to the impact of the birth rate in a country. Some areas in the world, women have better rights and educational opportunities, most likely there will not be that much of a birth rate with children. In other countries that is male-dominated and there isn’t that much opportunity, the birth rate of children will increase drastically because women are pressured to have children. When women are driven to work in the workplace or further their education, most likely having kids are not on their minds.
Women using birth control can also control the birthrate somehow. Many reasons why women can’t have access to this helpful tool are because it’s against religion, social, and educational reasons. For example, Marxism and the Roman Catholic community most likely will have a higher effect in birth rate. The government can also stop increasing birth In China, the government set their laws where there are limits placed on the number of kids that a couple can have to keep the overpopulation steady (Barrow 1999).
The average life expectancy is another factor in overpopulation. Back in 1950 the “ALE” was 46 years of age. In 2005, the age was 65 and when 2050 come around, it will increase to 75 years of age according to the United Nations. Developed countries their age is 75 years of age while undeveloped countries are under the age of 50. There are a lot of diseases and sicknesses that have a major impact on the average life expectancy in the world today. For example, Aids and HIV, heart disease, and cancer are some of the leading causes of death.
Over population is also a result of migration. Migration is when people move from poorly developed areas to more developed and successful areas in a period of time...