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Differential fertility in a metropolitan society.

Rodger R. Rice

Differential fertility in a metropolitan society.

by Rodger R. Rice

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Published by Rural Sociological Society Monograph, Published at West Virginia University in [Morgantown, W.V.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fertility, Human,
  • United States -- Statistics, Vital

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliographical footnotes.

    StatementBy Rodger R. Rice and J. Allan Beegle.
    SeriesRural Sociological Society monograph -- no. 1-1972
    ContributionsBeegle, J. Allan 1918-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination79p.
    Number of Pages79
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13576532M
    OCLC/WorldCa865114

    Differential Fertility in Central India. Edwin D. Driver. Hardcover ISBN: $/£ Paperback ISBN: $/£ 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 Hindu-Muslim fertility differential in NFHS-3 is the same as it was in NFHS By Fertility and Preferences | caste/tribe, the TFR is children higher for scheduled-caste women, children higher for scheduled-tribe women, and children higher for women belonging to . Downloadable (with restrictions)! Abstract This study seeks to examine the consequences of “keeping up with the Joneses” on household fertility outcomes. “Envy” is introduced in a simple “quality-quantity” trade-off type of fertility model, where the trade-off is induced by the fact that being out of the labor market due to child-bearing is more expensive for people with higher.

    Demographically observed fertility or infertility is the result of a well-defined number of both biological and behavioural factors, which serve to mediate the influence of culture, society, economic conditions, living standards, and other similar background determinants on individual reproductive behaviour. E.g., on Catholic and other fertility see David Goldberg, “Fertility and Fertility Differentials,” forthcoming in the symposium volume cited in n. 56; Freedman et al., Family Planning, pp. –15, –61; C. F. Westoff, “Religion and Fertility in Metropolitan America,” in F. G. .


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Differential fertility in a metropolitan society. [Morgantown, W.V.] Rural Sociological Society Monograph, Published at West Virginia University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rodger R Rice; J Allan Beegle. Differential Fertility in a Metropolitan Society.

Rural Sociological Society Monograph Number 1, Rice, Rodger R.; Beegle, J. Allen Information presented in this monograph is an extension and reanalysis of data forming a part of the census monograph, "The People of Rural America."Cited by: 1.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Children born to present marriage: Major findings --Fertility and urban-rural rersidence --Fertility by religion and country of birth --Fertility and husband's occupation --Fertility and schooling --Fertility and wife's participation in the labouor force --The pervasive.

Differential Fertility Up to this point we have neglected the fact that fertility and mortality rates may differ as between the different classes in society. But differences in these fundamental demographic determinants, as between the fortunate and the unfortunate members of society, can have important implications for the distribution of.

DIFFERENTIAL FERTILITY BY RAYMOND PEARL Institute for Biological Research of the Johns Hopkins University THE PROBLEM T HERE has been a great dearth of adequate data from which to determine the relative degree to which the different social and economic classes of any human population reproduce themselves.

This is particu-larly true for the population of the. Differential Fertility in a Metropolitan Society. Morgantown: West Virginia University, Rural Sociological Society Monograph Number 1.

Morgantown: West Virginia University, Rural Sociological Society Monograph Number 1. The data confirm our a priori expectations: Rural fertility is substantially higher than urban fertility in every country even in those countries where national-level fertility estimates do not indicate a recent decline in childbearing (for example, Mali, Togo, and Uganda).

The average difference in total fertility is births per woman. Ethiopia: Fertility Differentials and Determinants Aynalem Adugna Page 6 regions but there is a slight hint of an earlier age at marriage in Tigray, Amhara, Benishangul and Gambela among the 40 – 44 year olds where the median marriage age is less than   The fertility rate of a group compared to another group.

DIFFERENTIAL FERTILITY: "Differential fertility is seen between 2 distinct groups." Related Psychology Terms. Differential Fertility in the United States Clyde V.

Kiser. Chapter in NBER book Demographic and Economic Change in Developed Countries (), George B. Roberts, Chairman, Universities-National Bureau Committee for Economic Research (p. 77 - ) Published in.

Differential fertility by genotype also influences the mean levels of a genotype and, consequently, the phenotype. Just as observations have been made regarding the changing patterns of spousal assortment, demographers have documented declines in fertility.

Differential fertility makes society more conservative on family values differential fertility raised the number of US adults opposed to same-sex marriage by 17%, from million to declining fertility in Tanzania is associated with factors that are related to the status of women, including their education.

Sathar et al. (), who studied the factors affecting women’s fertility in Pakistan, claim that education is the most important factor which influences fertility rate. In Pakistan, a. DIFFERENTIAL FERTILITY. Although birthrate differences have narrowed in,recent years (see Chapter 17); there is still a good deal of truth in the saying, "the lich get richer, and the poor get babies." The combination of an expansion of higher-status jobs and a relatively low birthrate in the upper classes means that the upper classes do not replace themselves and are constantly.

Total fertility rates from to and nuptial fertility rates for are presented, by nativity and color, for five socio-economic groups in Chicago.

The so-called "postwar" developments in earlier age at marriage and in the convergence of socio-economic differentials in fertility apparently began almost two decades ago when the upswing in births first began. Data from a sample of currently married women aged 15–49 years, during a fertility and family planning survey carried out in rural areas of Moyamba District of Sierra Leone inare used to investigate the influences of background (wife's tribal and religious affiliations, and current place of residence), socio-economic (wife's education and occupation, and husband's education), and.

Fertility and Family Planning (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, ), pp. ; Langlois, 'The Female Labour Force in Metropolitan Areas. An International Comparison', Economic Development and Cultural Change, 10 (), pp. 4 M. Gendell et. Family Planning, Sterility and Population Growth (New York: McGraw-Hill Book.

Udry, J. () Differential fertility by intelligence: the role of birth planning. Social Biol 10 – United Nations () Fertility Behaviour in the Context of Development.

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Differential fertility definition is - variation in fertility of different groups or classes in the population. How to use differential fertility in a sentence. Although the diffusion from metropolitan ethnic enclaves (i.e., established areas in the Southwest) to peripheral or rural areas is clearly associated with higher rates of fertility, there is little evidence that fertility is higher in new destinations with large Hispanic populations (as a percentage of the overall population) (OR = ).Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

My library.Sergio DellaPergola, Patterns of American Jewish Fertility. Demography, 17, 3. Washington, Population Association of America,