2 edition of Parity-specific fertility analysis found in the catalog.
Parity-specific fertility analysis
by Demographic Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna, Austria
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 24.
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For our analyses, we rely mostly on long time series of parity-specific fertility data compiled in recent years for the Human Fertility Database and the Human Fertility Collection. These data are complemented with new long-term time series of data for selected subnational territories that allow us to enhance the available fertility data for. Fertility in Singapore has been at lowest-low levels of below since Analysis on fertility trends in Singapore has thus far focused on period fertility. Cohort fertility analysis would be useful in examining whether current cohorts of women of childbearing age are likely to catch up on fertility in the near future. This paper briefly introduces the period fertility trends in Singapore, Cited by: 5.
* Lerch, M. and T. Spoorenberg, "Emergence of birth limitation as a new stage in the fertility transition in sub-Saharan Africa", Demographic Research (accepted for publication).: * Spoorenberg, T., " Mortalité, fécondité et croissance démographique au Tibet avant ", Population-F, 74(4), pp. – * Spoorenberg, T., "Forty years of fertility changes in the Sahel. No evidence of parity-specific fertility limitation was found, while the secular trend in birth intervals indicates that contraception was not used to space births – that is, spacing contingent on the age of the woman’s youngest child. These results suggest that there .
Parity-specific analysis shows, that differences between legal status groups and countries of origin mainly occur for second or higher order births, while all migrant groups seem to experience high first birth risks immediately after arrival to Germany. The Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR) in Rostock is one of the leading demographic research centers in the world. At the MPIDR, researchers from all over the world investigate demographic change, aging, fertility, biological demography and other issues at the forefront of .
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Get this Parity-specific fertility analysis book a library. Parity-specific fertility analysis: a comparative study on 41 countries participating in the World Fertility Survey. [Wolfgang Lutz; Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften.
Institut für. An evaluation of the recent fertility changes in Afghanistan: A parity-specific analysis Article in Journal of Population Research 30(2) June with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Thomas Spoorenberg. Such a concept of the book is very attractive since recently the order - and parity - specific analysis of fertility is a concern of many demographic studies.
Chapter 1 contains a description of various demographic dimensions being covariates of fertility and graphic presentation of the distribution of fertility.
The bi-phasic response model is tested in a period analysis of adaptations in marriage and parity-specific fertility to the socio-economic and political transformations since the fall of communist.
As the theoretical definition of natural fertility has been challenged, so have the measures of fertility control which have utilized the Hutterite fertility standard. Comparisons with a Hutterite standard population, such as Coale's I g index, may reflect differences in fertility which do not arise from parity specific control (Santow ).
That is, as Henri () argued, their childbearing patterns reflect no efforts to Parity-specific fertility analysis book fertility bound to the number of children already born, i.e., parity-specific fertility limitation. In fact, the Hutterites were one of the populations Henri () used to define and illustrate the concept of natural fertility.
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This study investigates the fertility desires and fertility intentions of married women via a parity-specific approach, using data from the knowledge, attitude, and practice survey conducted in The results show that the average ideal parity has shifted to sub-replacement level, indicating that the “two-child family” ideal is by: 3.
Downloadable. Background: This study further develops Goldstein et al.'s () analysis of the fertility response to the Great Recession in western economies. Objective: The purpose of this paper is to shed light on the fertility reaction to different indicators of the crisis.
Beyond the structural labor market conditions, I investigate the dependence of fertility rates on economic policy Cited by: These four papers supplement the book Contraception and Reproduction: Health Consequences for Women and Children in the Developing World by bringing together data and analyses that would otherwise be difficult to obtain in a single source.
The topics addressed are an analysis of the relationship between maternal mortality and changing reproductive patterns; the risks and benefits of. Demand and supply factors in the fertility transition: a county-level analysis of age-specific marital fertility in Sweden, – Values of m above are usually taken as a large enough deviation from natural fertility to indicate that fertility was controlled in a parity-specific by: In a majority of developing countries, fertility rates have declined markedly during the past 40 years.
Earlier, fertility declines were rare, and in many countries. Author(s): Retherford,R D; Cho,L- J Title(s): Age-parity-specific fertility rates from census or survey data on own children/ R.D. Retherford, L.J. Cho. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Population Association of America, New York, Description: 22 p.
It is important to remember that life table analysis is particularly useful if the events under study are nonrenewable. For instance, this approach is useful in the study of birth order statistics or parity-specific fertility behavior rather than age-specific fertility rates based on number of children : Shiva S.
Halli, K. Vaninadha Rao. high rye prices on fertility after further supports the presence and evolution of deliberate non-parity-specific fertility control before the demographic transition.
Introduction. The decline of marital fertility and family size during the first demographic transition. Author(s): Lutz,Wolfgang; Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Institut für Demographie. Title(s): Parity-specific fertility analysis: a comparative study on 41 countries participating in the World Fertility Survey/ Wolfgang Lutz.
In recent decades, marriage has constantly declined, divorce has strongly risen, and fertility has dropped sharply. At the same time, cohabitation has become common and the proportion of children born to unmarried mothers has increased. Are we indeed observing a cultural change that will result in the dissolution of the family, or are we just observing a shift from marriage to cohabitation.
Fertility Transition - The shift from natural (and high) to controlled (and low) fertility. Age Transition - The changing numbers and percentages of people at each age and sex as mortality and fertility decline, and as migrants flow in and out.
The "master transition" because it forces change in societies. Taiwan currently has one of the lowest fertility rates in the world. These low fertility rates are presented as a major demographic challenge, leading to population ageing and decline. Indeed, they have been recently referred to as a ‘national security issue’.
The pace of Taiwan’s fertility transition has been nothing short of remarkable, with total fertility rates (TFRs) in excess of Author: Stuart Gietel-Basten. F. Fertility Studies that treat quantitative fertility data analytically. References to crude data are coded under S.
Official Statistical ological studies specifically concerned with fertility are cited in this division and cross-referenced to N. Methods. Definitively yes, definitively not, as soon as, maybe, at times, definitively one day: understanding declared fertility intentions.
Deliverable Scientific report: Typology of individual orientations and life course by: in September on the theme “Socioeconomic status and fertility before, during and after the demographic transition”.
The workshop was organized by the IUSSP panel for Historical Demography, chaired by Michel Oris and by the Italian Society of Historical Demography. Lucia Pozzi, member of the former and president of the latter, and herCited by: