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Demography By Mohamed Yousif
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Facilitates Statistical study of human populations, especially with reference to size and density, distribution, and vital statistics.
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Demography By Aleksey Vinogradov
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The book is well-known scientist A. G. Vinogradov «Demography. The statistical tables. Part 1. The population of the countries of the world from most ancient times to the present day» ... More > is the first reference work of this kind on demography, created in Russia in the last decades. Work is devoted to the size and structure of the population of the countries of the world since ancient times. The characteristic lines of demographic processes. Many statistical materials have not been previously published in print available. Книга известного ученого А. Г. Виноградова «Демография. Статистические таблицы. Часть 1. Население стран мира с древнейших времен до наших дней» является первым справочным трудом такого рода по демографии созданным в России за последние годы. Работа посвящена численности и составу населения по странам мира с древнейших времен, а также даются характеристика ряда демографических процессов. Многие статистические материалы ранее в широкой печати не публиковались.< Less
Demography. Statistical Tables By Aleksey Vinogradov
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The book is well-known scientist A. G. Vinogradov «Demography. The statistical tables. Part 1. The population of the countries of the world from most ancient times to the present day» ... More > is the first reference work of this kind on demography, created in Russia in the last decades. Work is devoted to the size and structure of the population of the countries of the world since ancient times. The characteristic lines of demographic processes. Many statistical materials have not been previously published in print available.< Less
Demography, Territory & Law: Rules of Animal & Human Populations By Sheila Newman
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BOOK ONE of FOUR in a series exploring population, economy and politics using radical new interpretations of evolutionary theory. How different land tenure systems may have very different outcomes... More > for human beings and the other creatures we share the planet with. How one system can launch us into industrial capitalism and the insatiable demands of ever faster growth, dooming us to overpopulation and poverty, whereas the other system can promote steady-state economies, equity and equality. One chapter comprehensively reviews theories of human population dynamics. Two chapters look at impact on fertility opportunities of the Westermarck Effect and incest avoidance in non-human species. A final chapter compares these with kinship restrictions and non-sale of land in Pacific Islander and other traditional social systems. Subsequent books compare Britain with continental Europe, but this book helps to understand the demographic and political problems of societies after colonisation and development.< Less
Democracy or Demography? Sources of Victory in Modern War By Marko Djuranovic
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Are democracies more likely to win international wars? Despite several widely circulated studies that suggest a democratic form of government significantly increases a country's prospects of winning... More > an international war, a careful examination of the past two centuries of warfare shows that democracies fare no better in war than other regime types. Instead, population size has been and remains the overwhelming determinant of war victory since 1816. Population sizes of countries in the international system are so varied that it is virtually impossible for a small nation to withstand the military onslaught of a larger foe, a finding that reasserts basic tenets of realism to modern foreign policy discussions. The importance of the size and quality of a country's population is demonstrated via statistical analyses of a new dataset of 19th and 20th century international wars as well as case studies of Arab-Israeli Wars (1948-1973) and the German invasion of France in 1940.< Less
Democracy or Demography? Sources of Victory in Modern War By Marko Djuranovic
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Are democracies more likely to win international wars? Despite several widely circulated studies that suggest a democratic form of government significantly increases a country's prospects of winning... More > an international war, a careful examination of the past two centuries of warfare shows that democracies fare no better in war than other regime types. Instead, population size has been and remains the overwhelming determinant of war victory since 1816. Population sizes of countries in the international system are so varied that it is virtually impossible for a small nation to withstand the military onslaught of a larger foe, a finding that reasserts basic tenets of realism to modern foreign policy discussions. The importance of the size and quality of a country's population is demonstrated via statistical analyses of a new dataset of 19th and 20th century international wars as well as case studies of Arab-Israeli Wars (1948-1973) and the German invasion of France in 1940.< Less
Russia Regional Atlas Volume 1 Geography, Demography, Administrative Structure By Int'l Business Publications USA
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Russia Regional Atlas Volume 1 Geography, Demography, Administrative Structure
Russia Regional Atlas Volume 1 Geography, Demography, Administrative Structure By Int'l Business Publications USA
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Russia Regional Atlas Volume 1 Geography, Demography, Administrative Structure
DEMOGRAPHY TERRITORY LAW 2: LAND-TENURE & THE ORIGINS OF CAPITALISM IN BRITAIN By S.M. Newman
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Fascinating and original scientific and social investigation of the origins of capitalism in Britain, using a new evolutionary sociology theory and political systems comparison (including France and... More > Holland), with scholarly reviews of alternative theories. Explores significance of Britain's odd land-tenure and inheritance system and asks where it came from, finding answers to questions preoccupying legal and economic theoreticians since the 13th century, with a demonstration of inheritance law in Hamlet. A specialist in geopolitics and energy resources, the author weighs up the roles of different fuels and technology and the availability of labour in the British industrial revolution. Many factors impinging on Britain's unusual population growth are reviewed, including diseases, transport and fertility opportunities. Alongside economic history this complex but sparkling work chronicles changes to the environment, from climate and sea-level changes to forest cover.< Less