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HISTORICAL PERIODIZATION OF GEORGIA’S DEMOGRAPHIC DEVELOPMENT

Author: AVTANDIL SULABERIDZE | Published: 2018-06-25 | Pages: 59-64

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Abstract

in accordance with the theory of demographic transi political and social-economic factors on the modernization of demographic system are discussed according to the separate stages and the intertype period of the modern type of population reproduction. tion, the following article analyzes peculiarities of Georgia’s demographic modernization during XIX-XX centuries and at modern stage. Peculiarities of the impact of global and local 


Keywords

MODERNIZATION, TYPE OF POPULATION REPRODUCTION, STAGE, INTERTYPE PERIOD,CHILDBIRTH, MORTALITY, GLOBAL AND LOCAL FACTORS.


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