Population control method; using modern technology

Population control method; using modern technology

Introduction

The use of contraceptives has been the major way to control birth rates in the modern world. However, it has been identified that they have side effects on the users. The less expensive and more effective method for population regulation has been a question to most researchers. All the methods are found to have defective, even if the latest ones are invented. The paper explains a new method that can be used in birth rate control. It works not only in reducing but can also be employed in increasing. This is the major advantage of the method.

Population control method; using modern technology

Abstract

Whether contraceptives are detrimental or a benefit to humans has been debated often.  Though population control has been a major concern, the reverse should also be considered. This has not been given the magnitude it deserves by most scientists. For this and other reasons, the project aims to provide a better and less expensive method for population control. Although they serve to make lives easy, they, too have negative effects. It has been in the recent past that people who are exposed to electronics are prone to numerous cell diseases. It is believed that due to this, there has been a decrease in birth rates in developed countries. Poor electronics disposal can discharge detrimental, non-biodegradable substances. This experimental research aims to determine the effect of electronics on the normal functioning of the human being. It is aimed at achieving the relation that exists between the fertility and electronic use. From this research we agree that the method might not be 100% effective. The future researchers are therefore encouraged to give it more consideration. They should invent the methods that the side effects can be reduced.

Literature Review


Though there has been increase in technology but the problems that are associated with it have also increased. As electronic mechanisms are becoming more complicated, the extent of effects on users is greatly increasing. The effects include both merits and demerits. It all depends on the viewer.

The effects are as a result of the electrons emitted when they are being used. The other can be the effects of materials that result from their corrosion as time progresses. A technique of defending electronics so that they do not corrode excessively should be put in place. This is because it will not change their performance. The electricians should give high protection degrees to these machines to minimize the negative effects. Steps that have been in place to aid
in the reduction of the emitted electrons and corrosion might not be the most successful. This is due to the rapid increment of cell disease in the recent past. This is as per the study that was conducted by ADR in 2001 and 2008 in America and Canada where the use of electronics are at the peak. The same result has been confirmed by ARC in 2009 and 2010.

As a result, fresh techniques should to be developed to curb the problem. In a nut shell, there is great to reduce electronic corrosion and electron emission. 

Hypothesis


The human fertility and birth rate are dependent on the rate of use of electronics. The rate of birth apart from depending on other factors too is determined on the rate of use of electronics. They are inversely related. The effects (of electronic use) are most common in males than females. It is predicted that when more electronics are developed and are used, the rate of giving birth would reduce.

Research methodology

Numerous methods of collecting data were used in the research study. The data was collected throughout and in almost all the regions in America to ensure that no data was left out (Population Size of 300 was used). The interviewers were sampled randomly and from different regions. The use of more than one method to enhanced the validity of the research study. All the principles that could give good data were used. All the study aspects and the research objectives could be looked at using the several methods. The more-than-one-method also ensured that no data was left un-captured. This research would therefore deploy the use of questionnaires (Through E-mail & In person), interviews and documents and secondary sources as they would substantially help in achieving the research objectives. Interviewers’ identities were revealed. This could further explain the relation between the area and fertility hence the connection amid electronic use and fertility. The secondary forms of data collection included data from the past records of Medical center Hospital, Ferystar and Horizons were collected. The data from these hospitals included the past records on the distribution of contraceptives on the rates of birth.

The data captured related, the age, occupation, number of children and region. Various organization hospitals were also sampled to provide the information. Both qualitative (interview) and quantitative methods of data analysis were used. The data that was obtained was then analyzed thoroughly as the scope of the topic- effects of electron use on fertility. Through the interview, people were collected randomly ad question regarding age, number of children, occupation, whether they own phone or not were collected. This gave a lot of information as the questions were perceived differently by numerous people. The other information that did not march the scope of research that the interviewers gave was ignored. The singled out data were suitable, comprehensive, and answered the research questions appropriately. This was as per the Miles and Hurberman 1994. This as well aided in the reduction of data and resulting with only the significant aspects of the data. It eliminated the volumes of information that was null and void. The data was from 100 randomly sampled individuals. This is for each range of credit use like 10-20. All the frequencies of sex were recorded and averaged to form the table.

Weakness of research

  1. The data obtained might not be 100% true as the answers were dependent on the interviewers. However, for accuracy increment large sample of 100 was used. 
  2. The rate of birth is dependent on other factors as well. This method assumed that the other factors were as the duration of electronic use varied. This could also create error in the final result. It impossible to maintain all the factors constant. To enhance the accuracy, different credit amounts were used.

Data

The data obtained was reduced and the following table was made. All the aspects of the feedbacks from the hospitals and gotten through interview could not be presented. Some data were not marching the scope of the project and hence ignored. The independent variable was rate of birth while the dependent were time and fertility (Fertility in this case was used to mean the desire for sex). The fertility could be measured but the frequency of sex. For better results a wide period of three months were taken. All the other factors were assumed to be constant. Time was after every six months. The short interval made it possible to denote the effects properly and in good conclusion. The duration was long i.e for 9 year to confirm the results. The amount of credit was used to determine the frequency of electronic use as the two are directly related. The more the credit, the more frequent the electronic is used.

Credit per monthStart year1st year2nd year3rd  year4th year5th year
10-2020.219.518.617.216.715.2
21-3017.316.915.514.413.512.1
31-4014.614.312.210.19.99.3
41-5012.911.28.57.57.16.9
50 and above8.67.76.55.95.45.1

Data analysis

This is where you cite previous studies related to yours, and discuss
their findings here
•       Cite at least 2 other studies
•       Make sure in-text citations are in APA format (Author, Year).

A2a. Experimental Design Steps
•       Detail the steps of your experimental procedure in as much detail as
you would need for someone to be able to replicate your study by
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A2b. Reasoning
•       Why did you choose this method of experimental design?
•       What was the reasoning behind your method of testing this question?
•       Were there other studies you consulted that had the same method of
testing that you are using? Or was your way of testing a better way to
test this question?

A2c. Sequence of Events:

How did you collect your quantitative data?

A2d. Tools
•       What science tools / materials/ technology did you use to collect
this quantitative data?

A3. Variables
•       Describe what a dependent, independent and controlled variable is;
The independent variable is what is varied when conducting an
experiment. The dependent variable is what is measured. The controlled
variables are constants that must remain the same among all groups in
the study.

Dependent Variable: List yours here

Independent Variable: List yours here

Controlled Variables: List them here (aim for at least 3-5)
A4. Threat Reduction to Internal Validity
•       See Thinkwell for clarification on this component; To reduce the
threats to internal validity, one must monitor the cause-effect
relationship between the independent and dependent variables.
Essentially if you have picked a simple testable question, and laid
out/properly identified your variables and have controlled for outside
influences (threats to internal validity) and have a solid
experimental set up and procedure then you have reduced threats to
internal validity for your study, and can with confidence describe
causal relationships between your independent and dependent variables.
Items you could also mention in this section: controlled variables,
experimental design, reducing inconsistency in instrumentation, and
having no experimenter bias…

A5. Hypothesis:
•       What do you predict will happen? Relate to your dependent and
independent variables-for example, “I predict fertilizer A will result
in taller plant height (in cm) than fertilizer B”
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observations, background research, experience, etc?

B. Process of Data Collection
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methods, science tools, technologies used to collect your data and
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minutes, seconds, %, etc)
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B1. Appropriate Methods
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units of measurement (why did you choose to measure in %, etc)
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D2. Experimental Design as Key Factor
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D3. Replication
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design, the validity of your study
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