Examples of demography in a Sentence
the shifting demography of Europe
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Milorad Dodik, the president of Republika Srpska, claims that Bosniak politicians have a secret plan to import Muslim migrants to change Bosnia’s demography and thereby take control of the whole country.
Through testing, scientists found that the spread of the disease was not a result of recent evolution, but changes in demography.
Frankenberg is an associate professor of education and demography and director of the Center for Education and Civil Rights at Pennsylvania State University.
One of the most important ideas of the book is that the devolution of power and the rapid changes in economic relationships, technology, and demography are forcing most of our institutions to change.
Of Americans 65 and older, about 20 to 25 percent have mild cognitive impairment while about 10 percent have dementia, according to Dr. Kenneth Langa, an expert in the demography of aging and a professor of medicine at the University of Michigan.
Jiang Quanbao, a professor of demography at the Institute for Population and Development Studies at Xi’an Jiaotong University, said that the challenge is that China is both an aging society and a developing country.
The explanation has a lot to do with changing demography.
These improvements are proof that demography is not destiny, that bad things happening in a neighborhood do not have to determine student outcomes.
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DEMOGRAPHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of demography for English Language Learners
: the study of changes (such as the number of births, deaths, marriages, and illnesses) that occur over a period of time in human populations; also : a set of such changes
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