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F&ES 770 01 (23591) /EVST205/MCDB861/MCDB150
The Human Population Explosion
Robert Wyman
MW 2.30-3.45 KRN 319
Spring 2013 
3 credits. Global population growth in its human, environmental, and economic dimensions. Social and sociobiological bases of reproductive behavior. Population history and the causes of demographic change. Interactions of population growth with economic development and environmental alteration. Overconsumption of the rich and overpopulation of the poor. "Hot-button" issues surrounding fertility: contraception, abortion, infanticide, and the status of women.