Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||GN33.5 .A2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||189 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||78011676|
Population Pressure and Cultural Adjustment book. Population Pressure and Cultural Adjustment. Population Pressure and Cultural Adjustment is not simply a theoretical slogan, but discusses a rich set of different cultural situations where this homeostatic process has been disrupted or aborted. Often, disruption occurs after the infusion of Cited by: Population Pressure and Cultural Adjustment is not simply a theoretical slogan, but discusses a rich set of different cultural situations where this Author: Virginia Deane Abernethy. Get this from a library! Population pressure & cultural adjustment. [Virginia Abernethy] -- "Integrating research from anthropology, biology, and history, this book proposes a theory of demographic equilibrium. The author's hypothesis is that human beings, like many other species, are able. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Abernethy, Virginia. Population pressure and cultural adjustment. New York: Human Sciences Press, ©
Population Pressure and Cultural Adjustment Virginia Deane Abernethy Transaction Publishers, NY, The author, professor emeritus of anthropological psychiatry at Vanderbilt University, is well known for her interest in human demography. Integrating research from anthropology, biology, and history, this provocative, brilliant book proposes a theory of demographic equilibrium. The author's hypothesis is that human beings, like many other species, are able to adjust their population numbers to the carrying capacity of the environment. Abernethy points out that in response to perception of scarcity or abundance of resources. It examines three different agroecosystems, their level of population pressure, environmental con- straints, and agricultural systems, and investigates how the agriculture in three systems has been shaped by the relationships between people and environment and what technological changes and environmental adjust- ments were made to change and. 3. Benefit: Cultural sensitivity, insight, and local knowledge means higher quality, targeted marketing. Cross-cultural understanding, along with local market knowledge, lends itself the production of more effective marketing strategy and example, high quality and culturally sensitive translations of websites, brochures, and other assets are essential.
). Consequently, population-related phenomena such as density and population pressure cannot be considered independent of economic and political variables. Graber explains population density increase "as a direct manifes-tation of the phenomenally successful hominid adaptation" and thus implicitly recognizes that it is not an explanatory. "Culture shock" is a common experience that describes the feelings of confusion, stress and disorientation that occur when entering an unfamiliar culture. Keep in mind that not everyone has the same reactions to cultural adjustment and may experience the symptoms of culture shock in varying degrees, and at different times. Population affects the course of national economic development. But so do modern institutions such as competitive markets, flexible public policies and well-run government programs, which help economies adjust to the rapid changes produced by population growth. Adjustment has its costs, however. Population Books Showing of The Coming Population Crash: and Our Planet's Surprising Future (Hardcover) by. Fred Pearce (shelved 7 times as population) avg rating — ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read.