Demographic Processes and Trends: The Case of Region Polimlje-Ibar
Goran Rajović ; Jelisavka Bulatović, College of Textile Design
ILSHS Volume 63, ISSN 2300-2697
This paper analyzes the contemporary demographic processes and trends in the case of the region Polimlje-Ibar. Population analyzed area is characterized by a steady decline in relation to the dynamics of the population Montenegro. Thus in 1948 the population of the region is seemed 26.8% of the population Montenegro and in 2003 19.0%. The age structure of the population the region Polimlje-Ibar, 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 structure of the region Polimlje-Ibar, has the characteristics of ethnically very heterogeneous environment. The current demographic situation and future demographic processes that have determined the legality of long-term demographic inertia, has become a limiting factor in the overall economic and social development.
Rajović, G. & Bulatović, J. (2015). Demographic Processes and Trends: The Case of Region Polimlje-Ibar. International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, 63, 17-29.