Mark Mather, Linda A. Jacobsen, and Paola Scommegna
First published in 1991 as “Population: A Lively Introduction,” this newly revised edition gives readers a greater understanding of why today's population trends matter—not just to researchers and academics but to all of us by providing a basic understanding of demography and demographic processes, including fertility, mortality, and migration.
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Thank-you! Since it was first introduced in 1997 as “Population: A Lively Introduction,” this Bulletin has been a trusted resource for teachers, students, researchers, journalists, policymakers—anyone seeking a basic understanding of demography and the role it plays in shaping our world. Six editions later, it remains one of our most popular and frequently requested publications.
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