السكان في دولة قطر " دراسة ديموجغرافية "

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dc.contributor.author Fakhroo, Nasser Abdul Rahman [ناصر عبد الرحمن فخرو] en_US
dc.date.accessioned 2009-11-25T13:35:01Z
dc.date.available 2009-11-25T13:35:01Z
dc.date.issued 2002 en_US
dc.identifier.citation Journal of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2002, No. 25, Pages 119-172. en_US
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10576/8361
dc.description.abstract This research deals with the study of the population in the State of Qatar from the last population census conducted by the State in 1997. The study focussed in many population aspects in Qatar such as: 1. Analysis of fixed and unfixed population data and the extent of their availability. It was found under this study, that the state conducted three population census campaigning during the years (1970 - 1986 -1997) of reliable results, in addition to many trustworthy Bio-statistics such as those covering births, deaths and immigrating expatriates for two separate periods. 2. Study of the population growth element. Namely: 2.7 First Period: Before the discovery and exploitation of petroleum resources - this stage was characterized by slow population growth due to the humble economic conditions prevailing them and their inability to accommodate large number of population. 2.2 The Second Period: However after 1950 when the discovery and production of oil was accompanied by fast and major demographic changes and this resulted in a sharp rise in the growth of population an dits social skeleton and framework. This period in particular witnessed a sharp rise in the immigration influx of expatriates in large numbers to the country especially during the period 1970-1985 when this influx reached 90% per year and this period constitutes the real population growth. 3. Study of the population distribution event in the State based on the different Municipalities. This study shows that the population trend assumes the form of concentration in the capital Doha in addition to the most important cities around out. The study indicated that Doha Municpality alone includes 51% of the state population in 1997 and Grand Doha (Doha - Rayyan - Wakra) accommodates 88% of Qatar's population. Study of the population density also should show that the highest population density recorded is in Doha Municipality (2000 persons per km2) and the least population density recorded is in Geryan Al Batana (2 person per km2) Finally on any group of natural, social, economic and political factors effecting in the form and trend of population were reviewed and analysed. 4. The research paper also included a study on the structure and general framework of Qatar's population by utilizing a group of different elements such as the age factor in which the role of increase in the percentage of expatiates influx was very apparent in the society coupled with its effect towards the increase of the percentage of middle age persons to more than 71% of the total population. This category attained its max level in Al Khor Muncipality (85%) Al Ghoryia (83%).The quantitative population structure, on the other hand, showed an increase in the number of males compated to females (almost double) throughout the state and i other municipalities such as Ghoriya, Al Khor & Geryan Al Batana. Following a study of the economic structural framework of population, it was found most of the population focus on the service sector (44%) out of the total workforce i the State. The percentage ofqatari work force to the total workforce in the State did not exceed (13%) only in addition to the merger participatio of females in the workforce only (13%). 5. Attend of the research paper, the most important results arrived at by the researcher we reivewed and evaluated and the relevand required recommendations to certify the population defects were presented. Recommendations included the necessity of fromulating a future population policy capable of achieving the required equilibrium between citizens and expatirates in addition to a serious contructive step to organize the immigration of expatriatesto the country since this influx represents structure to in the the rates of population growth. This cannot be achieved except by enhancing and developing the national workforce and ensuring its role in the development process and increase of the percentage of its participation in the local workforce. en_US
dc.description.abstract يتناول البحث دراسة الوضع السكاني في دولة قطر من خلال اخر تعداد للدولة عام 1997 ، وقد تناول البحث دراسة كثير من الجوانب السكانية في الدولة مثل . 1 - تحليل مصادر البيانات السكانية الثابتة وغير الثابتة ومدى توفرها ، ووجد أن الدولة أجرت ثلاثة تعدادات في السنوات 0 97 1 - 986 1 - 997 1 ، يمكن الاعتماد على نتائجها ، وكثير من الإحصاء ات الحيوية الدقيقة التي يمكن الوثوق بها مثل !حصاء ات المواليد والوفيات والهجرة الوافدة. 2 - دراسة عنصر النمو السكاني لفترتين : الفترة الأولى قبل النفط وتميزت ببطء النمو السكاني نتيجة تواضع الأحوال الاقتصادية وعدم قدرتها على استيعاب أعداد كبيرة من السكان . أما الفترة الثانية فبدأت بعد 1950 حيث صاحب ظهور النفط تغيرات ديموغرافية سربعة أثر على ارتفاع نمو السكان وتغير تركيبته ، فقد شهدت هذه الفترة زيادة كبيرة في الهجرة الوافدة، خاصة خلال الفترة 1970 - 1985 حيث بلغت 9% سنويأ، وهي فترة النمو الحقيقي للسكان . 3 - دراسة عنصر التوزيع السكاني في الدولة حسب البلديات ، ووجد أن التوزبع يأخذ شكل التركيز الشديد في العاصمة الدوحة والمدن القرببة منها ، حيث لوحظ أن بلدية الدوحة تضم 51 % من سكان الدولة عام 1997 ، وأن الدوحة الكبرى االدوحة . ar
dc.language.iso ar en_US
dc.publisher Qatar University en_US
dc.subject Geography en_US
dc.subject الجغرافيا ar
dc.title السكان في دولة قطر " دراسة ديموجغرافية " ar
dc.title.alternative Population in the State of Qatar (Demographic Study) en_US
dc.type Article en_US
dc.identifier.pagination 119-172 en_US
dc.identifier.issue 25 en_US

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