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Age Pyramid of the Mla Bri settlement, Ban Bunyuen, on 1 June 2013. The total population was 103 people. 

Age Pyramid of the Mla Bri settlement, Ban Bunyuen, on 1 June 2013. The total population was 103 people. 

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The Mla Bri of northern Thailand are a small group of hunter-gatherers who settled into settlements in the late twentieth century. One of the four places they settled was Ban Bunyuen. In 2013, a demographic survey of the settlement was undertaken. This was combined with mortality data from the last 15 years to describe the changing demgraphics, and...

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... age pyramid for 2013 (see Figure 1) shows clearly a rapid growth of the younger Mla Bri population born after 1988. The first growth spurt occurred between about 1988 and 1998, coinciding with the first sustained contact between the Mla Bri population and the institutions of the broader world, including the Thai military, the public health service, and eventually the Thai school system. ...
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... forward projections are a synthetic number based on past fertility behavior, and past morality behavior in a population which is getting larger and in which there is expected to be no more child mortality. Note: Calculations were undertaken by evaluating the age pyramid (Figure 1). Note, past and future calculations are a synthetic statistic which assumes no migration. ...

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