Related formsde·mog·ra·pher, de·mog·ra·phist, noun
Examples from the Web for demography
“Demography and immigration played an important role,” said Stefano Jesurum, a council member of the Jewish community of Milan.In Italy, a Traditional Jewish Lifestyle is Disappearing|Anna Momigliano|December 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In other words, you can win with a base mobilization strategy, but it leaves you vulnerable to demography.
Israel has always sought maximum Palestinian geography with minimal Palestinian demography.
Demography denial, as I wrote here recently, is in fashion on the Israeli right.
The demography deniers want to prove that negotiations based on the 1967 lines are impossible.
Demology, de-mol′o-jī, n. same as Demography: the theory of the origin and development of nations.
A study of the demography, the social, educational, and moral life of the anthracite regions.Introduction to the Science of Sociology|Robert E. Park
Congress on Hygiene and Demography, Washington, iv, p. 182-185.Handbook of Medical Entomology|William Albert Riley
British Dictionary definitions for demography
Derived Formsdemographer or demographist, noun
Word Origin for demography
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Culture definitions for demography
The quantitative study of human populations. Demographers study subjects such as the geographical distribution of people, birth and death rates, socioeconomic status, and age and sex distributions in order to identify the influences on population growth, structure, and development.