Overpopulation - The Causes of The Population Explosion Cause and Effect Essay by jc117812

Overpopulation - The Causes of The Population Explosion
Why are we faced with an overpopulated world? This essay explores the various theories that have been used to explain the population explosion.
# 6404 | 1,865 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2002 | AU
Published on Feb 08, 2003 in Sociology (General) , History (General)


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This paper explores the truth behind the different theories that have been used to explain why our world is overpopulated: climatic change, the industrial revolution, medical advances, dietary improvements and the infamous Brown Rat theory.

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"The world is overpopulated. This is a fact widely accepted by sociologists and the general population alike. However, overpopulation has not always been an issue. It therefore becomes necessary to ask: When did this happen? What caused it to happen? Was it a result of one or many factors? This paper addresses these questions and identify the factor (or factors) that have resulted in the population explosion. "

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