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Nuptiality and fertility
Belgium) Seminar on Nuptiality and Fertility (1979 : Bruges
Seminar organized by the IUSSP Committee on Comparative Analysis of Fertility. Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Contributions||Ruzicka, Lado T., International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. Committee on Comparative Analysis of Fertility|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 406 p. :|
|Number of Pages||406|
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$ # This article presents the principal ways in which nuptiality, mortality, migration, and population growth are currently measured in demography.
It follows on from the article Demographic Measurement: General Issues and Measures of Fertility, the first part of which discusses some general issues relating to demographic measurement. The section on nuptiality covers indices Nuptiality and fertility book both level and Author: Máire Ní Bhrolcháin.
Get this from a library. Some relationships between nuptiality and fertility in countries of the West Indies. [United Nations. Department of International Economic and Social Affairs.;]. OCLC Number: Notes: "May, " Description: 20 pages, 15 unnumbered pages ; 28 cm.
Series Title: Discussion paper (University of Western Ontario. Third, this book does not give a concise, systematic presenta tion of the various dimensions and facets of fertility in the world.
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The second section focuses on the analysis of demographic phenomena—nuptiality, fertility, mortality, mobility (migration) and on the population change that is their result. Part II deals with models, namely models of population dynamics, models of family formation following marriage, and nuptiality models.
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This essay investigates the fertility and nuptiality experience of the Wends of Serbin, Texas using age-specific fertility rates, total marital fertility rates, the index of family limitation, age at last birth, birth intervals and age at first marriage for both males and by: 5. Part of the Studies in Economic and Social History book series (SESH) Abstract We can distinguish four factors which may help in understanding these variations: compositional effects, illegitimacy and pre-nuptial pregnancy, changes in marital fertility, and changes in marriage by: Effects of nuptiality and family planning on fertility.
Abou-gamraa H. PIP: Focus in this discussion is on marriage and marital fertility control factors. It is known that fertility change in response to a change of an intermediate variable varies among variables. The objective here is Author: Abou-gamraa H. often the opposite of those desired by the central authorities who favoured high fertility.
However, in Uzbekistan fertility did remain high, even though, as is shown later in this paper, nuptiality had begun to change as early as the s. Intotal fertility in Russia, Ukraine, Byelorussia, and Estonia was well below three children per.
We omit Wickself’s discussion of Swedish nuptiality and fertility, and his distinction between net reproduction rates based on legitimate and illegitimate births. For his equation (31), a Pearson Cited by: The titles have been classified into twenty-one sections dealing with the more important topics such as census reports, population laws, internal migration, urbanization, ethnic composition, nuptiality, fertility, labour force, family planning, population problems, population ageing, and future population by: 1.
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There were big changes in numbers of births and birth rates in Scotland over the period coved by this book. Compared with elsewhere and England in particular, fertility in Scotland has always been restrained by low levels of nuptiality, but for most of our period fertility within marriage has been higher.
This was especially true from the start of the fertility decline in the s/s. Nuptiality status is one of the basic population features generally captured in population censuses and through civil registration systems.
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