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Demographic Picture the Region Polimlje - Ibar

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Demographic study of the region Polimlje - Ibar reveals intensification of the process of depopulation and aging population, as well as differences in their manifestation in some municipalities that are correlated with differences in their basic geographic and socio - economic characteristics. The age structure of the population, due to migration and reducing birth rate is changed and takes on unfavorable characteristics - reduces the proportion of younger, while increasing the share of the elderly population. In both cases deranged age structure has feedback influence on the movement of population (size reproductive contingent), but also to all other population structure (size of the working population, the active population, schools compulsory contingent relationship serving a), which are essential for the development of population and economic activity in the region. Despite significant changes in all demographic structures considered geo-space has kept the characteristics of an ethnically very heterogeneous environment. Given that demographic processes are interconnected, it is necessary to take appropriate measures in population and social policies to achieve the objective of constituting a new socio - cultural models of biological reproduction, which will include greater birth, halting the aging process of the population, improving the demographic situation and quality of life in Montenegro.
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