The book 'population geography' examines how population distribution, organization, characteristics, and growth are correlated with the nature of a particular location. This book covers several topics, such as; population patterns across seven continents, factor that influence population distribution trends, and the relationship/connection between populations of a given area its environmental conditions. Models discussed in population geography include population size, distribution, composition, growth and density. Others are immigration, mortality, race, fertility and aging, just to mention a few. Readers will understand better the society around them, demographic structures, and how populations can be managed through controlled movements. This book also discusses the roles of men and women in social development.