Report for Critical Thinking Course


Group member:

Hoàng Anh Quang – BA070125

Nguyễn Lê Nhật Minh – EEIU08047

Võ Trần Minh Khôi – IT070058

Nguyễn Tiến Cường – IT070023

I. Introduction.
II. The reasons make birth-rate in Vietnam increase
III. Solutions of reducing birth-rate and disadvantages of high birth-rate
IV. Analyzing the argument.
V. References

I/ Introduction.
1. Introduction:
The more country develops, the more inportant rising birth-rate becomes. Nowadays, Vietnam is one of the nations has high birth-rate and crowded population all over the world.According to the statistics in 2008, it shows that currently Vietnam has 86.5 million people, ranking 13th in the world and the density of 227 persons per square kilometre. The government has many efforts to reduce the birth-rate by many policies. But are they really effective? Moreover, how does this population boom affact to our country such as standard of living, education, unemployment…? These questions are anwsered in this our report. In addition, our group will give you some solutions to restrict this fact and its effects.

2. The definition and data collection:

To understand this report obviously, we restate the definition of birth-rate: The ratio of total live births to total population in a specified community or area over a specified period of time. The birthrate is often expressed as the number of live births per 1,000 of the population per year.

The General Department of Population reports that by October 2008, approximately 95,000 third babies were born in 43 provinces and cities and the figure is estimated to rise to 142,000 by the year’s end. This means the number of the third child increased by 13.8 percent against in 2007....