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Population growth is one of the ways a sociologist can view the changes within society. A population consists of everything or everyone being studied in an inference procedure. Populations can be large in size, although this is not necessary. What is important is that a population includes all of what we are curious about. Populations consists of groups, which must be living in the same area at the same time (Taylor). The number of individuals that inhabit a place in society at one time is called size. The number of individuals in a specific area refers to the density. And lastly, the size of the population as it changes overtime is the growth population.
We know a population consists of groups of individuals in a particular area. The amount of people in area is determined by three main things. The amounts of live births, deaths, and natural changes: such as migration. The birth rate refers to the number of children which are born. The CIA Site Redirect states: the average annual number of births during a year per 1,000 persons in the population at midyear; also known as crude bir…