A Great Matter Of Concern Today Or Just A Bust?

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A Great Matter of Concern Today or Just a Bust? Marvin Patani Communications Essentials – COMM1016-41 Professor Mark Dorsey Wednesday, October 29, 2014 A Great Matter of Concern Today or Just a Bust? While India is on the verge of being the most populated country. While the third world countries are deprived of their resources rapidly. People in the United States have to say that the problem of over population has been curbed and infant production rate controlled. Recently, one of the commentators in prominent U.S. publication declared that the population boom is a bust. Whether it is actually a bust now or is it still standing as a matter of great concern? “The greatest shortcoming…show more content…
The matter of overpopulation is exceedingly complex, comprehensive and most importantly, not chiselled. The impact of overpopulation on sociology, families, religions, philosophy and especially on environment, is generally irreversible. To some extent, it can be said that overpopulation control can harm the individual rights as well. “The Population bomb is ticking” (Khan, 2010). The main cause behind all the economic issues like inflation, illiteracy, poverty, terrorism etc. is overpopulation. In simple words, one can draw a conclusion that the main reason of overpopulation is when a country has shortage of resources to supply its growing number of population. The advancements in the medical field and the technology involved in it has led to a steep slope in the graph of death rate. In other words, one can jump to a conclusion that a decline in death rate has also led to the problem of overpopulation. The impact of human activity on the environment and the nature is undoubtedly highly destructive. (Human Overpopulation, 2008)To add to that destruction is the increasing number of people that make up the world’s population (Human Overpopulation, 2008). It is a condition when, the ratio of birth rate to the amount of space and resources the earth can provide is too high (Human Overpopulation, 2008). In complex terms, we can say that, the per capita ecological
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