Martha Campbell: The Theoretical and Political Framing of the Population Factor in Development 00:00:00
The impact of silence. 00:00:55
Two central questions about population: 00:01:51
Classical and economic theories of fertility decline: 00:02:26
Classical and economic theories of fertility decline: 00:03:52
Where does the demand for a smaller family planning come from? 00:04:18
Where does the demand for a smaller family planning come from? 00:04:43
Opportunity model 00:05:20
Normal Consumer Behavior 00:05:53
Barriers - tangible and intangible 00:06:49
Sequence toward silence (PERFECT STORM) 00:09:48
Sequence toward silence (PERFECT STORM) 00:10:08
Sequence toward silence (PERFECT STORM) 00:10:24
Sequence toward silence (PERFECT STORM) 00:10:38
Sequence toward silence (PERFECT STORM) 00:11:09
Sequence toward silence (PERFECT STORM) 00:12:33
Sequence toward silence (PERFECT STORM) 00:12:46
Sensitivity when there appears to be no acceptable answer 00:12:55
Sensitivity when there appears to be no acceptable answer (cont..) 00:13:34
Identifying a precondition for development 00:14:08
Discussion 00:16:18
Joel E. Cohen: Questions 00:23:33
Questions 00:24:36
1. What is the population problem (global or local)? 00:25:44
1. What is the population problem (global or local) (continued)? 00:27:18
1. What is the population problem (global or local) (continued)? 00:29:27
3. What are the right models? 00:30:41
4. What are adequate tests? 00:31:49
4. What are adequate tests? 00:33:19
Discussion 00:34:22