Spatial variations in fertility and nuptiality in Britain

an historical perspective
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Centre for Population Studies, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine , London
Fertility, Human -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th cen
StatementColin Newell.
SeriesCPS research paper -- no.86-1
ContributionsLondon School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Centre for Population Studies.
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Open LibraryOL20864487M
ISBN 10090265716X
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This book offers an original interpretation of the history of falling fertilities in Britain between and It integrates the approaches of the social sciences and of demographic, feminist, and labour history with intellectual, social, and political by: 1. Author(s): Newell,C Title(s): Spatial variations in fertility and nuptiality in Britain: an historical perspective/ C.

Newell. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, England, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Center for. Total Fertility Rates in Although Total Fertility Rate (TFR) of or 6 children is relatively are complemented by a very young age 2 CHAP4-Table 31 CHAPTER 4: FERTILITY AND NUPTIALITY high by International standards.

However, the trend has been fluctuating in Liberia during the intercensal periods, from in. This book offers an original interpretation of the history of falling fertilities in Britain between and It integrates the approaches of the social sciences and of demographic, feminist, and labour history with intellectual, social, and political history.

It exposes the conceptual and statistical inadequacies of the orthodox picture of a national, unitary class-differential. Fertility, nuptiality, and family limitation among the Wends of Serbin, Texas, to (Texas Population Research Center papers) [Fliess, Kenneth H] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Fertility, nuptiality, and family limitation among the Wends of Serbin, Texas, to (Texas Population Research Center papers)Author: Kenneth H Fliess. The present study focuses on the relationship between annual variations in grain prices and annual fluctuations in fertility, nuptiality, mortality, and population growth in a number of pre-industrial European countries.

The direction, magnitude, and temporal structure of the responses of vital rates to fluctuations in grain prices are. Introduction. Spatial variations in fertility have been noted within several European countries.

Observed differences between urban and rural areas, and by settlement size, show similar patterns of lower fertility in cities and higher fertility in less densely populated settlements (Kulu, a, Kulu et al., ).Further, relatively high fertility has been found around the periphery of Cited by: 8.

Abstract. The previous section has shown that variations in birth rates were an important mechanism of demographic change. We can distinguish four factors which may help in understanding these variations: compositional effects, illegitimacy and pre-nuptial pregnancy, changes in marital Spatial variations in fertility and nuptiality in Britain book, and changes in marriage by: The decline of fertility in Europe Book.

January ; measure the impact of marital fertility and nuptiality on the and analyses spatial and temporal variations in IMR and ECMR between. Instead, geographically weighted regression (GWR) explicitly deals with the spatial non-stationarity of empirical relationships.

Considering a georeferenced dataset on provincial total fertility rate (TFR) in Italy, GWR technique shows a significant improvement in model performance over ordinary least squares (OLS).Cited by: 2.

shaped spatial nonmarital fertility trends in Europe over the last 50 years. The increase and variation in nonmarital fertility across Europe Innonmarital fertility in Europe was relatively rare; few countries had more than 10% of births outside of marriage, while none reported levels above 30%.

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tiality > low fertility). The causal linkbetween low nup tialityand the economic crisisconsisted primarily of the control of the landowners as access to land was the prere— quisite to marriage and of the control exercised at the lowest administration unit, the commune, by the ratepaying farmers.

Nuptiality was the main determinant of. Regional variations in nuptiality in England and Wales during the demographic transition. Kabir M. PIP: Nuptiality patterns in 10 regions of England and Wales during the demographic transition are compared.

The extent to which changes in nuptiality levels contributed to changes in fertility and child mortality rates is by: 1. The Population and Housing Census (PHC) for the United Republic of Tanzania was carried out on the 26th August, This was the fifth Census after the Union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar in Other censuses were carried out in.

Nuptiality and Fertility Thematic Report, ZimStat seeks to put at the disposal of planners, decision makers and development partners reliable data on fertility levels and trends. ZIMSTAT is appreciative of the significant funding and material provisions availed to the.

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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 Author: Máire Ní Bhrolcháin. Nuptiality status is one of the basic population features generally captured in population censuses and through civil registration systems.

Nuptiality or marital status is a crucial determinant to perceive the social dynamics and its changes over time.

Marriage is one of the major determinant of fertility in the Size: 3MB. Table shows that since fertility has fallen primarily in older age groups (30 and above). The pace of fertility decline varied, but was fastest between and and between and Table Trends in age-specific fertility rates Age-specific fertility rates (per 1, women) and total fertility rate for the threeFile Size: KB.

Spatial patterns in fertility levels, as revealed by the analysis of state-level figures, is, however, not adequate. Because of India’s cultural, economic and geographical diversity, the magnitude of regional variations in fertility levels is often as substantial within states as between states (Guilmoto and Rajan, ).

This paper explores the responses of fertility and nuptiality to fluctuations in real wages and mortality that can be inferred from annual series of English historical data over the period to The paper begins with a review of the time series properties of the data and summarizes the long-term equilibrium relationships identified in previous work.

Murphy, Michael J. and Wang, Duolao () The impact of intergenerationally-transmitted fertility and nuptiality on population dynamics in contemporary populations. In: Rodgers, Joseph Lee and Kohler, Hans-Peter, (eds.) Biodemography of Human Reproduction and Academic Publishers, Boston, USA, pp.

ISBN Spatial variation of sub-national fertility trends in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, Stuart Basten (IIASA, Laxenburg & Department for Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford) Johannes Huinink (University of Bremen) Sebastian Klüsener (Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock) Paper to be presented at Population, economy, and.

Spatial variations in fertility and nuptiality in Britain: an historical perspective. CPS Research Paper, No.ISBN X. Jan iii, 60 pp. University of London, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Centre for Population Studies: London, England. In Eng. The general idea that the spatial distribution and concentration of populations of social agents (people, families, organizations, etc.) depend on net reproduction and migration occurring on a "sub-strate" of carrying capacity is a starting point shared by most theories of social dynamics.

torical path dependencies might be relevant for understanding spatial aspects of the recent rise. A secondary aim it so explore prospects for future spatial nonmarital fertility - variation between and within countries.

To investigate historic path dependencies, spatial variation pat-terns in,andare compared.

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The Indian subcontinent can be divided into four geographical divisions. In this paper, we characterize three of the four divisions; the Northern Plains, the Deccan Plateau, and the Northern Mountains or the Himalayan as regions with dissimilar climatic and physical resources.

It is argued that human adaptations to these variations would be varied by differences in social Cited by: 1. This contribution studies the variation in desired family size and excess fertility in four East African countries by analyzing the combined impact of wealth, education, religious affiliation, and place of residence.

The findings show an enormous heterogeneity in Kenya. Wealthy and higher educated people have fertility desires close to replacement level, Cited by:.

This thesis is a study of patterns and differentials in nuptiality and marital fertility in Kenya using data from the Kenya Fertility Survey undertaken in /78 jointly by the Central Bureau of Statistics, Government of Kenya and the World Fertility Survey, London of the International Statistical Institute.

Such a survey as this, like many others carried out by the .Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.Finally, fertility and nuptiality patterns may be affected by the recent implementation of structural adjustment programs by several African governments in response to worsening economic conditions.

It is unclear whether any crisis-induced reductions in fertility would be sustainable for long periods of time.