demography

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Etymology[edit]

demo- (people) +‎ -graphy (written representation of)

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demography (usually uncountable, plural demographies)

  1. The study of the characteristics of human populations, especially with regards to their makeup and fluctuations and the social causes behind these.
  2. The study of the structure and population dynamics of other lifeforms, such as mammals, insects, plants, etc.
  3. The particular demographic makeup of a population.

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