What is demographic balkanization?
It is separating those regions of the country which continue to serve as "immigrant gateways" from the remainder of the national territory where the new immigration makes much smaller or negligible contributions to growth.
Aral Balkan is an entrepreneur and an advocate for democracy.Balkan is part of the tech world, and is the creator of IndiePhone.
The Balkans are are a vast peninsula in south-east Europe. The word also refers to the region and the countries in it. Please see the link below.
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This is something a person that hasn't lived there will never understand, no matter how much you try to explain it to them, but I'll try anyways. There has always been tension in the Balkans, ever since there was the nations which are there today. Nationalism is one of the major reasons for tension.… There have been hundreds of wars that take place fully or partially in the Balkans, for various reasons. Every single nation there has a party which wants to take a piece of it's neighbour and make a 'united' country. The people are generally tough with a mentality Western society would call disfunction, have high morale and during times of conflict, extremely brutal. ( Full Answer )
Answer . The Balkan states are those countries on the Balkan Penisula, which is located in South-East Europe and includes Albania, Greece, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Macdeonia, Romania, and part of Turkey.
The Balkan Penninsula is actaully Greece. Greece is located in Europe by the Adriatic & Medditeranean Sea. Hope this comes out handy, from what i learned in social studies! (:
Balkanization means being split into several small states of countries. Since 1871 German has been one country, except in during the Cold War. From 1815 to 1866-71 Germany consisted of about 39 practically sovereign states, and before about 1790 there about 360 German states (roughly one for every …day of the year) - again almost sovereign. ( Full Answer )
There must've been over a 100 wars and conflicts that fully or partially take place in the Balkans for a variety of reasons in history. Because of the nationalistic instability of the Balkans, even so much it could cause World War 3, it has been dubbed one of the most dangerous regions in the world,… and certianlly the most dangerous one in Europe. I'm from the Balkans and unless you go to some places like run down ghettos, the countries there have some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, and would make a great tourism destination if it wasn't for nationalism, seperatism or other reasons. It depends which nation a person comes from, and it depends to which country you go. If your an American and go to Serbia, you will probably get murdered, while if you go to Albania, they love you so much they'll throw flowers at you, thank you, want to be your friend, and kiss you. ( Full Answer )
The Balkan region is the area between the Black Sea and the Adriatic Sea. It is also called the Balkan Peninsula. It consists of a large variety of peoples speaking a wide group of languages and practicing several different religions. There are the Greeks speaking ancient Greek. The Romanians speak …a language similar to Italian. The Serbians speak a Slavic language similar to Russian. The Hungarians speak a language similar to Mongolian. And the Albanians speak a Germanic language. That area constantly divides into smaller and smaller nations making it easy for a large foreign empire to conquer them. That is called Balkanizing. ( Full Answer )
As of 2013, Italy was broken down into the following generalizeddemographics. 13.8 percent of the population was between the agesof 0 and 14. 43.2 percent were ages 25 to 54. The median age was44.2 years and the population is growing at a rate of 0.34 percentannually. Ethnic groups include Italian, …French, German, andAlbanians. ( Full Answer )
As of 2011, there were more than 53 million people living inEngland. At the time, the population was almost 50 percent male and50 percent female. 83.46 percent of England's population were bornin England.87 percent of the population is white British.
Demographics are the vitalstatics that describea population market make useof a varietyof demographic characteristics including age,gender,family life cycle,education, incom,and ethnicity they are important to marketers because they are closely related to demandfor many products
A demographer is a person who studies human population and the the effects it has on the world such as death and birth rate..
In SE Europe. From NE Italy running south of the Danube through Croatia, Bosnia & Serbia to Bulgaria & Macedonia.
Demographers are statisticians who study human population.Demographers look at trends and statistics such as deaths, births,and diseases, and analyzes and interprets the findings.
No, Poland is a unitary state and it's very homogenous. 97% of citizens are of Polish nationality (it's considered the most homogenous nation in the world). There is a region in Poland called Silesia where some of its citizens claim they are separate nation but the vast majority of Silesians c…onsider themselves Polish as well. ( Full Answer )
One who studies the characteristics of people residing in an area, including age, sex, income, educational attainment, race, ethnic origin, religeous affiliation, etc.. "A Demographer studies the human population size, density and distribution, movement and birth and death rates."- Biology and its …dynamics of life (textbook). ( Full Answer )
First Balkan War (1912-1913) Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia, and Montenegro defeat the Ottoman Empire in the First Balkan War and gain a large piece of Ottoman land in the Balkans. In the post-war conference, Austria-Hungary stepped in and created the independent nation of Albania. This was made to block …Serbia from gaining access to the Adriatic, which was the country's intentions. The Austrians also became the protector of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which they later annexed to prevent a Serbian kingdom of Slavs. Serbia's other intention was to create a kingdom which unified the Slavic people in Southern Europe (which would later become mostly true with Yugoslavia after World War I). Both these events angered Serbia and thus created the feud between Serbia and Austria-Hungary. Second Balkan War (1913) Bulgaria, who was unsatisfied with its new territory, attacked its former allies of Greece and Serbia. Romania, who also held previous territorial-disputes with Bulgaria, joined Greece and Serbia. The Ottoman Empire, who looked at this as an opportunity to gain back some lost land, also joined in against Bulgaria. Bulgaria ended up losing and ceded most of its new territory to Greece, Serbia, and the Ottoman Empire. This also ended a previously established alliance between the Balkan nations and Russia, however, Russia's alliance with Serbia stayed in tact. The on-going feud increased between Serbia and Austria-Hungary, and Russia was too getting angry with Austria-Hungary (as it had been for a while). In 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand (and his wife), the heir to the Austrian throne, was assassinated by a Serbian man, Gavrilo Princip. This led to war against Serbia and Austria. Russia got involved, as it was a close ally to Serbia. France and the United Kingdom got involved as they were a part of an alliance with Russia. Germany and Italy got involved as they were part of an alliance with Austria-Hungary. Soon more and more countries got pulled in, and this is known as World War I. ( Full Answer )
The peninsula of southeastern Europe was ka Balkan, from the Turkish word for chain of wooded mountains. It was aka the peninsula of Haemus, from the ancient Greeks. King Haemus and Queen Rhodope dared to try to put themselves on the same level as the ancient Greek father and mother gods. Zeus and H…era weren't in to sharing. So they changed the royal competitors into mountains, to wit Haemus Mons and Rhodope Mountains. Two excellent, reader-friendly sources on the Balkans are Nobel Prize winning author Ivo Andric [October 9, 1892-March 13, 1975], and Ismail Dukudu Kadare [b. January 38, 1936], whose works at least equal Andric's but who has yet to win the Nobel Prize. ( Full Answer )
Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Greece, Romania, Kosovo, Turkey. If you meant during WW1, there was just Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania and Austrian-Hungarian Empire
The Balkan Question also known as the Eastern Question covers arange of problems that arose as the Ottoman Empire weakened.European powers then sought to figure out what to do with thedifferent pieces of the empire, with Russia in particular seekingdominance in the Balkans.
Demography is a population projection model, it is simple to usebut highly reliable. And the quantifiable statistic for a givenpopulation are the demographics.
The Balkans refer to a group of countries in the south east of Europe. Some of these would include Albania, Greece, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Romania and others.
The countries in the region known as the West Balkan are: Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia.
who is the balkan hitler? there are a couple .. but Slobodan Milosevic tops that list
Very basically... The Balkans issue stems from the so-called "Bosnian Crisis" of 1908-09 and the "Balkan wars" of 1912-13 The wars were an important step towards WWI. Austria-Hungary was worried by the sudden rise of Serbia. A-H's ally, Germany was also concerned about what it saw as a Russian… satellite state. Serbia's rise in power thus contributed to the two Central Powers' willingness to risk war. Austria-Hungary had a massive empire and due to various treaties and military victories they administered the government of Serbia. Serbia didn't like this and there was a strong underground movement to gain independence. The heir to the A-H empire (Franz Ferdinand) had wanted to visit the Serbian capital on what we might call a PR exercise. He wanted to show his face and demonstrate A-H's power over its smaller neighbour. Long story short, due to a series of mistakes and alot of random luck on behalf of the assassins (That's the so called Black Hand Gang), the archduke was killed and A-H decided to use this opportunity to take full control of the country. A-H told Serbia to surrender some freedoms and liberties or be occupied. Russia told A-H to back off or face war. Germany told Russia to back off or face a war with 2 nations. France told Germany to back off or face a war with 2 nations on 2 fronts. A-H called every ones bluff and invaded thus sparking the other declarations of war. The UK was eager to stay well out of it as it was far more interested in making money from the empire and didn't see the point of getting involved... until a small insignificant treaty from the 1830's popped up that stated that the UK would guarantee the neutrality of Belgium in any land war. The UK told Germany to back off Belgium but the Germans didn't take them seriously... Oh well it'll all be over by Christmas :D ( Full Answer )
A demographic makeup is a measure of the population of a certain are which includes facts such as religion, race, education, etc.
Voluntary Balkanization is essentially the development of cliques (on a large scale). Groups of people will stratify (separate) themselves out from one another, and ensure that they spend their time primarily with individuals from their own group. It comes from the context of the history of the B…alkans, an area in the middle-east that experienced considerable conflict when a territory splintered into many smaller states, each of which wanted to be separate from one another. ( Full Answer )
Balkan nationalism refers to the desire of the various ethnic groups living on the Balkan Peninsula to have countries of their own. Balkan nationalism led to World War 1.
No. Latvia is one of the Baltic states. They are in the northeastof Europe. The Balkans are in the southeast of Europe.
It depends on what age you are. If your a minor then your between 0-18 years old. If your a middle class, then your between 18-50 years old. Lastly, if your older than 50, then your considered a senior citizen.
A demographic collapse is the terminology used for the radicalchange of a peoples culture or even a radical change of the numberof people in a certain society. Here is an example. New Worldexplorers and settlers brought many new diseases to the NativeAmerican populations. Diseases that many European…s did not cause amass "plague" if you will on themselves. However, the NativeAmerican populations had never had to deal with smallpox, measles,chickenpox, whooping cough, typhus, typhoid fever, and the listgoes on & on. The result of these had a devastating affect on American Nativesand weakened immensely their ability to hold off major Europeanincursions into Tribal lands. This became in many areas ademographic collapse of the indigenous populations. The ecological& total environmental impacts of the deaths of such largenumbers of people caused the abandonment of their settlements andfarmlands. The land reverted back to jungles & forests and thedemographic scenery was altered to the point of collapse. ( Full Answer )
Hypertension is more common in men than women and in people over the age of 65 than in younger persons. More than half of all Americans over the age of 65 have hypertension.
ADHD is a common childhood disorder. It is estimated to affect 3-7% of all children in the United States, representing up to two million children.
ALD is found in all ethnic groups. About one in every 100,000 people suffers from ALD. Because the most severe form, called classic ALD, is X-linked, many more males than females are affected.
Anencephaly occurs in all races and ethnic groups. The prevalence rates range from less than one in 10,000 births (European countries) to more than 10 per 10,000 births (Mexico, China).
Shingles arises in individuals who have already had chicken pox, and especially in people with weakened immune systems, such as the elderly or people receiving chemotherapy or bone marrow transplantation.
Males are four times more likely than females to stutter. Stuttering is also more common in children than adults. Find more information about and help for stuttering at the web site for The Stuttering Foundation of America.
TIAs rarely affect persons younger than 60 years of age. For individuals 50 to 59 years of age, the incidence of TIA is estimated to be four to eight episodes per 1,000 persons per year.
Migraines occur most frequently in adults between the ages of 25 and 55; the gender ratio is about 3 F:1 M.
Enuresis, both nighttime (nocturnal) and daytime (diurnal), at age five affects 7% of boys and 3% of girls. By age 10, it affects 3% of boys and 2% of girls; only 1% of adolescents experience enuresis.
Approximately 500,000 cases of shingles occur every year in the United States. 20% of those who had chickenpox as children develop shingles at some time in their lives. People of all ages.can be affected, but the incidence increases with age.
The CDC reports that.650,000 individuals are infected with gonorrhea each year in the United States.75% of American gonorrhea infections occur in persons aged 15 to 29 years old. In 1999, 75% of reported gonorrhea cases occurred among African Americans
Human immunodeficiencyvirus (HIV) infection. In 2000, the CDC.estimated that 33 million adults and 1.3 million children worldwide were living with HIV/AIDS as of 1999 with 5.4 million being newly infected that year. There is no cure for this STD.
.In the United States.10-17 times as many African-Americans are affected as white Americans. In Europe, whites are primarily affected.Sarcoidosis affects both men and women, although women are more likely to have the disorder.
The Balkan Peninsula occupies Southeastern Europe. The countries it includes are Turkey, Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Kosovo, Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, and Romania.
The nations of Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia, and Montenegro formed an alliance known as the Balkan League in 1912. The purported reason for the alliance was to limit the power of Austria in the Balkans, but the actual reason was to expel the Turks from the Balkans. The alliance lasted until 1913. …See the related link below for more information. ( Full Answer )
The Russian Active Balkan Policy 1906-1913 Russia's earlier Far Eastern policy required holding Balkan issues in abeyance, a strategy Austria-Hungary also followed between 1897 and 1906. Japan's victory in 1905 had forced Russia to make deals with the British and the Japanese. In 1907 Russia's new… foreign minister, Aleksandr Izvol'skiy, concluded agreements with both nations. To maintain its sphere of influence in northern Manchuria and northern Persia, Russia agreed to Japanese ascendancy in southern Manchuria and Korea, and to British ascendancy in southern Persia, Afghanistan, and Tibet. The logic of this policy demanded that Russia and Japan unite to prevent the United States from establishing a base in China by organizing a consortium to develop Chinese railroads. After China's republican revolution of 1911, Russia and Japan recognized each other's spheres of influence in Outer Mongolia. In an extension of this reasoning, Russia traded recognition of German economic interests in the Ottoman Empire and Persia for German recognition of various Russian security interests in the region. Russia also protected its strategic and financial position by entering the informal Triple Entente with Britain and France, without antagonizing Germany. In spite of these careful measures, after the Russo-Japanese War Russia and Austria-Hungary resumed their Balkan rivalry, focusing on the Kingdom of Serbia and the provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which Austria-Hungary had occupied since 1878. In 1881 Russia secretly had agreed in principle to Austria's future annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. But in 1908, Izvol'skiy foolishly consented to support formal annexation in return for Austria's support for revision of the agreement on the neutrality of the Bosporus and Dardanelles--a change that would give Russia special navigational rights of passage. Britain stymied the Russian gambit by blocking the revision, but Austria proceeded with the annexation. Then, backed by German threats of war, Austria-Hungary exposed Russia's weakness by forcing Russia to disavow support for Serbia. After Austria-Hungary's annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia became a major part of the increased tension and conflict in the Balkans. In 1912 Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece, and Montenegro defeated the Ottoman Empire in the First Balkan War, but the putative allies continued to quarrel among themselves. Then in 1913, the alliance split, and the Serbs, Greeks, and Romanians defeated Bulgaria in the Second Balkan War. Austria-Hungary became the patron of Bulgaria, which now was Serbia's territorial rival in the region, and Germany remained the Ottoman Empire's protector. Russia tied itself more closely to Serbia than it had previously. The complex system of alliances and Great Power support was extremely unstable; among the Balkan parties harboring resentments over past defeats, the Serbs maintained particular animosity toward the Austro-Hungarian annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In June 1914, a Serbian terrorist assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, which then held the Serbian government responsible. Austria-Hungary delivered an ultimatum to Serbia, believing that the terms were too humiliating to accept. Although Serbia submitted to the ultimatum, Austria-Hungary declared the response unsatisfactory and recalled its ambassador. Russia, fearing another humiliation in the Balkans, supported Serbia. Once the Serbian response was rejected, the system of alliances began to operate automatically, with Germany supporting Austria-Hungary and France backing Russia. When Germany invaded France through Belgium, the conflict escalated into a world war. ( Full Answer )
The balkans is a region is southeastern Europe also known as the Balkan Peninsula. Countries that lie within the region are Albania, Boania & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Kosovo, Montenegro & Macedonia. However, most of Croatia and Serbia are included with smaller parts of Italy, Turkey, Romania …and Slovenia. ( Full Answer )
The Balkans have a number of mountain ranges and hills which haveallowed numerous different ethnic groups to live in closeproximity. However, because of ethnic nationalism, many of thesegroups have wanted their own nations, leading to the fissioning ofthe region into 10+ states.