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Socio-cultural determinants of fertility.
|Contributions||Indian Council of Medical Research., ICMR/FORD Foundation Workshop on Child Health, Nutrition and Family Planning (1983 : Jammu, India)|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2000/03237 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||199 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||98903827|
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`Sociocultural and Economic Determinants of Women' Status and Fertility'. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of Cited by: This book,therefore, provide the effect of socio-demographic factors on fertility level in Ethiopia using Binary Logistic Regression Analysis.
The findings are believed to be useful for policy making, monitoring and evaluation activities of the government and different concerned : Kidus Yosef. Socio-cultural determinants of fertility in SSA include, history of any child death/stillbirth, polygamy, women status and religion.
Although maternal and country level factors have been investigated using demographic health surveys and cross sectional surveys, socio-cultural determinants of fertility in a peri-urban setting is scant. Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries: A Summary of Knowledge Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries: A Summary of Knowledge, National Research Council (U.S.).
Panel on Fertility Determinants Issue 15 of National Research Council Studies in population: Contributor: National Research Council (U.S.).
Panel on Fertility. that there is a positive relationship between socio-cultural determinants and fertility in Morogoro District.
The TFR in the area of study is which are higher than the regional and national fertility. The mean number of children ever born in the area of study is Sex preference within the area of study is strongly related to fertility.
Traditionally, Nepalese society has favored high fertility. Children are considered a symbol of both social and economic well-being. This is evident from a popular saying that says, "May your progeny fill the hills and mountains.".
Adolescent fertility is a complex phenomenon in Bangladesh due to various factors. It is found that complex set of relationship exists among the various socio-economic, cultural and demographic. By identifying the cultural determinant of fertility behavior, we provide a novel explanation for the spatial variation in fertility and sex selection in China.
Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries: Supply and demand for children, Volumes Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries, National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Population and Demography.
Panel on Fertility Determinants. From the analysis in Chapter 4, it is clear that fertility declined substantially between the times of the Kenya Fertility Survey (KFS, –) and Kenya Demographic and Health Survey (KDHS, –).This chapter takes a closer look at the proximate determinants that contributed to this decline by using the Bongaarts framework to quantify the effects on fertility of marriage patterns.
The former includes cultural, psychological, economic, social, health, and environmental factors. The proximate determinants are those factors that have a direct effect on fertility.
The background factors operate through the proximate determinants to influence fertility; they do not influence fertility. Regression analysis revealed distinct sociocultural determinants for each of the treatment approaches.
While being black Socio-cultural determinants of fertility. book associated with a higher level of concern for several distinct fertility treatments, Hispanic ethnicity was Socio-cultural determinants of fertility. book associated with increased ethical concern about donor eggs.
Theories predict that the timing of childbearing and number of children born are determined by multiple socio-economic factors. Despite this, many methods are unable to investigate the interrelationships between these determinants, including the direct and indirect influence that they have on fertility over the life course.
Here we use the parametric g-formula to examine the interdependent. Recently (Febru ), the New York Times ran an article entitled, “Disparity in the Life Spans of the Rich and the Poor Is Growing” that may prove heuristic for understanding the social determinants of fertility and infertility highlighted by the secondary analysis of AMIGOS.
The gap in life spans between upper and lower income. Sociocultural determinants of fertility decline in Indonesia, Yogyakarta: Population Studies Center, Gadjah Mada University, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Terence H Hull; Masri Singarimbun.
The analysis indicates that there is negative relationship between all three determinants with fertility. Female education and urbanization of the society play significant role in reducing.
Controlling fertility rates must also be a moderate one taking into consideration the future situation of the country in the demographic transition, the food demand and the other economic levels. References. Dierk Herzer, Holger Strulik, Sebastian Vollmer, The Long-Run Determinants of Fertility: One Century of Demographic Change Chapter pages in book: (p.
- ) An Economic Analysis of Fertility GAR.Y S. BECKER Socio-economic considerations socio-economic variables and fertility. However, the sharp decline in birth rates during the thirties coupled with the sharp rise in rates during.
The patterns of the indices among the two sets of socio-economic sub-groups are considered, as well as the interrelationships of the indices. Fertility differences among the sub-groups are also decomposed to assess the contribution of the separate proximate determinants to sub-group variations in fertility.
Fertility is one of the major elements in population dynamics that has the highest significant contribution towards population size and structure in the world. In Kenya, fertility levels have been on the decline from approximately children in to children in but still, it is considered high compared to the country’s target of by Using data of currently married women from a nationally representative sample survey, Pakistan Fertility and Family Planning Surveyboth bivariate and multivariate analysis has been undertaken to see the differentials in fertility levels.
Age and age at marriage are the most important determinants of fertility in Pakistan. Fertility. The following are the basic determinants of fertility. Demographic Determinants. Age Composition: If a country has a more youthful population, then it tends to be a leading contributor to the world’s population Asian countries, African and the Latin American countries fall in this category.
The Bongaarts model was employed to quantify the contribution of each of the proximate determinants of fertility among poor and non-poor women. Results: Fertility reduction across all population subgroups is now an established fact despite the diversity in the level of socio-economic development in.
FERTILITY, PROXIMATE DETERMINANTS OFThe proximate determinants of fertility are the biological and behavioral factors through which the indirect determinants–social, economic, psychological, and environmental variables–affect fertility. The distinguishing feature of a proximate determinant is its direct connection with fertility.
Source for information on Fertility, Proximate Determinants. FERTILITY TRANSITION, SOCIOECONOMIC DETERMINANTS OF To understand the amazing decline in fertility–the average number of births per woman–in modern times, it is necessary to begin with an examination of high fertility in traditional societies.
`a must for any one interested in social demography, population studies and population policy.′ Social Action April ′The levels of analysis vary from in-depth village studies to secondary analysis of macrodemographic data, mostly from India.
The community should also be made aware on the negative impact of fertility on household economy, environmental degradation and the country's socio-economic development at large. Background The three components of population change (i.e., fertility, mortality and migration) have consequences on one another and the overall size and/or structure.
Fertility, Biology, and Behavior: An Analysis of the Proximate Determinants presents the proximate determinants of natural fertility. This book discusses the biological and behavioral dimensions of human fertility that are linked to intermediate fertility variables/5(4).
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In Pakistan rapid population growth is a great hindrance in the economic growth of policies were implemented in the past to control rapid population an has entered into the early transitional period of get immediate results and for the formulation of future population policy, it is essential to understand the dynamics of fertility ity level.
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Here we use the parametric g‐formula to examine the. This book discusses the biological, methodological and sociological issues that have caused men to be overlooked in demographic and sociological literature of fertility.
It explores the patterns and determinants of male fertility and studies male fertility rates as compared to those of females in 43 countries and places, over time.
This report tries to explain observed changes in fertility rates across OECD countries, with an emphasis on socio-economic considerations. It aims to extend the understanding of fertility-related behaviours in different ways: first, by explaining recent developments in fertility rates and their.
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The "Three-step Analysis" of the fertility process was introduced by Kingsley Davis and Judith Blake in and makes use of three proximate determinants: The economic analysis of fertility is part of household economics, a field that has grown out of the New Home Economics.
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Essential Psychiatry. 4th edition Edited by Robin M. Murray, Kenneth S. Kendler. This report tries to explain observed changes in fertility rates across OECD countries, with an emphasis on socio-economic considerations. It aims to extend the understanding of fertility-related behaviours in different ways: first, by explaining recent developments in fertility rates and their relationships to other social drivers; second, by developing and testing new and expanded models to.
Downloadable. Theories predict that the timing of childbearing and number of children born are determined by multiple socio-economic factors. Despite this, many methods are unable to investigate the interrelationships between these determinants, including the direct and indirect influence that they have on fertility over the life course.
Here we use the parametric g-formula to examine the. So, proper understanding of the socio- cultural, economic, psychological, and other determinants of demographic characteristics of fertility, mortality and migration is essential for the successful implementation of any policy and program to control fertility.If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF.
Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Trends and determinants of teenage childbearing in Ethiopia: evidence from the to demographic and health surveys December Italian Journal of Pediatrics 45(1).Since the beginning of the s, Lithuania has been undergoing significant transformations in family life and has experienced a precipitous decline in fertility.
The determinants of the changes are diverse in character and are associated with socioeconomic transformations, economic difficulties faced by the post-Soviet society, inadequate.