Interpret the demographic structure of places and regions using a population pyramid.
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Discuss the implications of the demographic structure of places and regions.
Analyze how social (e.g., family), physical (e.g., good climate, farmland, water, minerals), and economic (e.g., jobs) resources influence where human populations choose to live.
Describe the distributions and patterns of cultural characteristics (e.g., religions, language, standards of living) over time.
Describe the ways human population growth can affect environments and the capacity of environments to support populations.
Evaluate human population and movement may cause conflict or promote cooperation.