2 edition of Fertility analysis through extension of stable population concepts found in the catalog.
Fertility analysis through extension of stable population concepts
J. R. Rele
by Institute of International Studies, University of California in Berkeley
Bibliography: p. 87-91.
|Statement||[by] J. R. Rele.|
|Series||Population monograph series, no. 2|
|LC Classifications||HB903.F4 R4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 91 p.|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||68064040|
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Republished in by Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, as Population Monograph Series Cited by: 7. Rele, J.Fertility analysis through extension of stable population concepts [by] J. Rele Institute of International Studies, University of California Berkeley Wikipedia Citation Please see.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: P F. Introduction to fertility analysis. Introduction. In most settings and in the long term, fertility is the single most important determinant of population dynamics and growth.
This section gives an overview of the classes of methods available for the measurement of fertility. Regional workshop on the Production of Population Estimates and Demographic Indicators Addis Ababa, October Evaluation and Analysis of Fertility Data through periods of high and low fertilityFile Size: 1MB.
fertility. Fertility varies by residence, educational background, and other background characteristics of a woman. Table and Figure show fertility differentials by urban-rural residence, region, education, wealth index quintile and by the ten oversampled districts.
The analysis of the fertilityFile Size: KB. CBR= (B/P) K () where, B is the number of live births in a calendar year, P is the mid-year population, and K is a constant, which is generally taken as 1, in all the measures except otherwise mentioned.
CBR is thus the number of live births per 1, persons. The cultural theories on fertility, on the other hand, tend to explain fertility in terms of man’s psychological attitude, which in turn is determined by prevailing culture.
Though culture is defined as. This book offers an ideal introduction to the analysis of demographic data. Inside, readers of all quantitative skill levels will find the information they need to develop a solid understanding of the. Rele, J R, “Fertility analysis through extension of stable population concepts” Institute of International Studies, University of California, Berkeley, California Google Scholar Rogers, A, “The multiregional life table” Journal of Mathematical Sociology 3 Cited by: “The book is comprehensive thorough in its exposition, and extremely clearly written.
His is a sturdy and readable work, to be recommended as a text or supplementary text in courses emphasizing demographic techniques, and as a handy reference for the working demographer or any serious analyst of human population.” (Thomas K.
Burch, Canadian Studies in Population. This book provides an up-to-date overview of demographic analysis and methods, including recent developments in demography. Concepts and methods, from the nature of demographic information through data collection and the basics of statistical measures and on to demographic analysis.
This book provides an up-to-date overview of demographic analysis and methods, including recent developments in demography. Concepts and methods, from the nature of demographic information through data collection and the basics of statistical measures and on to demographic analysis Cited by: The quest to understand or even to control fertility behaviour is nothing new.
Any exploration of the destiny of a human society almost inevitably, at some time or another, involves an analysis of its modes of reproduction and its capacity to maintain or increase its population Author: Henri Leridon, Catriona Dutreuilh.
Low fertility: unifying the theory and the demography Peter McDonald In a stable population with a Total Fertility Rate of births per woman, the population falls at the rate of per cent per annum. Such a population, in years would fall to In Lesthaeghe and Moors analysis Cited by: An Analysis of the Individual Level Economic Correlates of the Nineteenth Century Fertility Transition in England and France this thesis re-examines the economic correlates of the fertility decline through the analysis of two new datasets from England and France.
For the first time, the The Determinants of Population. THE DEMOGRAPHY OF FERTILITY AND INFERTILITY. Frank and Frank and Bongaarts (5)), and they are the factors through which, and only through which, the social and economic environment can influence individual procreation.
Together, these factors constrain fertility. You know the following information about a town called Centerville. It's population size in The size of its population in You can assume that all migration and natural. ii interpretations; and the Impact of rapid population growth on health and other socio-economic development.
In the absence of relevant text and reference books thatFile Size: KB.Methods Protocol for the Human Fertility Database A. Jasilioniene, D. A. Jdanov, T. Sobotka, E. M. Andreev, K. Zeman, and population estimates generated using data on population size and deaths (mostly) cornerstone of fertility analysis .Demographic Methods and Concepts presents the methods most commonly needed to work with statistical materials on population at national, regional, and local levels.
Unlike other texts in the field, this book .