Translation of demography in Spanish:

demography

demografía, n.

Pronunciation /dɪˈmɒɡrəfi//dəˈmɑɡrəfi/

noun

  • 1

    demografía feminine
    • The study population has been considered fairly representative of the Norwegian population for demography, socioeconomic factors, morbidity, and mortality.
    • At the same time, the pre-industrial economy was constrained by internal barriers or limits in demography, disease, soil, climate, energy, and technology.
    • Research seems to be sporadic in several other respects as well with the important exceptions of investigations in demography and family sociology.
    • Currently, empirical studies of population demography are more frequently quantifying variances of parameters as well as mean values.
    • It is also becoming clear that more complex models of human demography must be considered, such as those incorporating geographic structure and changes in population size.
    • Nonetheless, this is a wonderful book to present the ideas of one strand of economic demography to a general readership.
    • Survival probability is an important component of population demography.
    • As well as being a reader in demography at Oxford University, Coleman has published 90 papers and eight books on the growth and movements of populations.
    • From ecology and demography we know that population replacement can be relatively rapid (over a few thousand years).
    • In this study, we did not consider the effect of demography, such as population size bottlenecks and expansions.
    • Food availability is well known to have important influences on population demography, distribution, and abundance.
    • Without baseline data on populations' disease status and how that may affect demography, it will be impossible to say whether or not increased effect of disease is likely to be a major concern.
    • His paper is one of the most profound papers in both demography and population genetics.
    • In demography, the study of population patterns, there is a saying that ‘behind most news stories is a population story’.
    • However, these data are not likely to represent a ‘false positive’ sweep pattern caused by demography or population structure.
    • The early articles discuss demography and life tables.
    • However, many details of the historical demography of modern humans remain to be clarified and are subject to continuing controversy.
    • Only one study has attempted to define the relationship between health and demography in the manner of the present study.
    • In 1994, the study of the demography of small areas took a leap forward through the establishment by Graeme Hugo of a computerised, geographical information system.
    • The study of demography and life-history evolution has a rich, theoretical foundation.