The Human Population: We are Growing more Numerous and Growing Older

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The Human Population: We are Growing more Numerous and Growing Older
One of the more fascinating areas to research in the contemporary age is the changing nature or composition of the human family. Over the next several pages, it will be argued that the world population is growing more plentiful and is also growing older as people live longer thanks to improved health care, nutrition and (for the most part) greater affluence and social support networks. There are many areas that can be explored when reviewing this topic, but only a few can be properly addressed in a paper of this length. With that in mind, the ensuing several pages will explore the following items: the steady growth of the human family; increased longevity; how global...
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..... Economic & Social Affairs. World Population to 2300. 2004. 19 Nov. 2010 http://www.un.org/esa/population/publications/longrange2/WorldPop2300final.pdf
Yunes, Joao. “The Population of Brazil.” Rev. Saude Publica, 6.4(1972). 19 Nov. 2010 http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?pid=S0034-89101972000400008&script=sci_arttext
Appendix A: our teeming world
Source: Population Action International. “Mapping the future of world population.” 2006. 19 Nov. 2010 http://www.populationaction.org/Publications/Reports/Mapping_the_Future_of_World_Population/asset_upload_file403_5980.gif
Appendix B: Europe as a snapshot of the world (aging population)
Source: Coleman, Marc. “The HR Conundrum.” 11 Nov. 2010. 19 Nov. 2010 http://www.hrneurope.com/blog/?p=1957