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Population theory, beginning with antiquity, is reviewed in this article subsequent attention is directed to the following: christian thought the cycle of population. This article throws light upon the top eight theories of population some of the theories are: 1 thomas doubleday's diet theory 2 jouse de castro's protein. By way of preparation, therefore, for the theory of[471/472] population presently to be developed, we propose devoting a brief space to this. Theory of population growth:theory of demographic transition introduction to sociology social sciences sociology.
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