A marginalized population is a group of people that is excluded from full participation in society. According to the research institute GSDRC, marginalization includes the withholding of political rights, economic opport... More »

Television is a medium that exposes a wide audience of people to educational materials, such as political and meteorological news, science documentaries, early childhood education programming and local current events ann... More »

"Evening News," "Face of America," "Street Life" and "Minutes to the Max" are examples of programming that are available via the Persian Voice of America. Most of the programming is in Farsi and concerns current events i... More »

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The importance of demography lies in its contribution to helping government and society better prepare to deal for the issues and demands of population growth, aging and migration. The statistics and predictions resultin... More »

As of September 2014, the U.S. population is 318 million people and approximately 30 percent, or 95 million, have graduated college with a bachelor’s degree. Another 17 percent, or 54 million, have graduated with an asso... More »

As of 2014, the estimated population of New York City reported by the U.S. Census Bureau was 8,491,079 people. This is a 3.9-percent increase in population from the 2010 census. As of November 2015, the U.S. Census Burea... More »

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Average annual 20th century population growth peaked in 1987 at approximately 92.3 million people, but the average annual 20th century growth rate peaked in 1967 at 2.11 percent of the previous year's population. Populat... More »