DEVELOPED COUNTRIES:

 

Before starting the detailed discussion on population density it has to be established that what are developed countries? It is necessary for the discussion the evaluation of traits of developed and under developed countries. The questions are, what are the characteristics that make any country developed, under developed or in a developing state. The answer is, when economically a country shows favorable upward trend, it is technologically forward, industrialized sovereign state with high GDP and GNP rates.

Moreover, the general standard of living is high in developed countries with more reliance on service sector for generating wealth. Developed countries has increased levels of per capita income due to high levels of GDP. The purchasing power of the people are high due to increased income level which contributes to the overall prosperity of the economy and the people of developed state.

UNDERDEVELOPED COUNTRIES:

 

In contrast to developing countries, underdeveloped countries are those countries which are lacing in many economic grounds. Underdeveloped countries lack technological advancement, industrialization, healthcare, education and many other cultural norms. The life expectancy of the underdeveloped countries is also less if we compare to developing or developed countries. The GDP level is also less due to lack of resources because such countries are poor and cannot develop programs for economic growth and such development models which are necessary for the growth of the nation.

The research question is based on comparison of developed and underdeveloped countries for determining the density of population in each of the above type of countries. Density of population can be explained as:

DENSITY OF POPULATION:

 

The amount of people that are living per unit of a space i.e. square mile or kilometer of a space.

The density of population depends on various factors which can be described below:

Physical factors:

 

Physical factors affects the population density of a particular country. Physical factors includes the altitude and latitude of the country, the climatic situation the presence of mineral resources, soil and vegetation. Basically all the factors influence a country via climate. Areas which are rich in natural and mineral resources are more densely populated.

Political and historical factors:

 

Political activities largely influence the population density. Some of the areas where there is stable political environment and laws are more densely populated. Some historic factors also influence the population density. The history of the habitants of a particular state should also be taken into account. The areas which are densely populated have long history of human habitation. It is not the main point that explains population density but affects the high population density.

WHY UNDERDEVELOPED COUNTRIES ARE DENSELY POPULTED:

 

There are many reasons for the dense population of underdeveloped countries, some of the reasons can be explained as:

Mortality rate:

 

In underdeveloped countries the mortality rate is high. Mortality rate is the death rate of a particular state. It serves as a one of the factor for determining population growth. The death rates are high in poor countries, the reasons for high death rates are lack of proper law enforcement, lack of proper health facilities, and the war and terrorism activities……………………

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